It’s a Bank Holiday this weekend and we have an amazing line up for you at The Sidings.  We have two new stalls for you to come and feast your eyes upon as well as our usual suppliers of your weekly shop…

 Made in Provence

Made in Provence at Hatfield House

Christina personally sources all of her ingredients from small artisans and growers in her native region of Provence in the South East of France, some of which have won Great Taste Awards.  Her produce is not available in retail for the exceptions of a few delis so you know you’ll have a unique product.  All are all handmade and do not contain any additives or preservatives.  Although her range varies depending on the seasons, her main products include a range of preserves- traditional specialities such as chutneys, dips, wine jellies, jams (all vegetarian)-, a range of pork and game pates, raw honeys such as Lavender, Linden flowers, Sunflower and all flowers of Provence, Herbes de Provence, Culinary Lavender, Organic Saffron and a unique organic grain which grows in her home region called Petit Epeautre.

‘Our products are all handmade or hand-crafted using long-established methods, and are free from artificial flavourings, additives and preservatives. The main ingredients used in our products are grown organically, thus preserving the beautiful environment from which they originate’ – Made in Provence

See the full range and heritage here

Kamikaze Kitchen


Yoriko promises a whole new experience in authentic and traditional Japanese food.  Born and raised in Japan she developed a real love of food, so much so that on coming to the UK she wants to share her knowledge and experience in developing the most vibrant and tasty dishes for the British public.  Her menu for this week is as follows:-

Chicken Katsu curry
Chicken breast covered in panko bread crumbs deep fried
Covered in Japanese curry source with vegetables on a bed of rice
Udon Noodles
Snack pots
Pot of Edamame bean
Dumplins  veg/tofu or Duck
Pumpkin Croquettes
Chicken katsu on a stick with curry source

Yoriko has a lot to offer, whether its catering or offering her cooking classes.

Spice Queen


Spice Queen are back at the market for their once a month appearance with their tantalising Indian spices.  They have a huge variety, whether it be a selection of spices to marinate to a pot of powdered herbs and spices that can create a complete curry dish that tastes spectacular.  Urmesh and Kiran  are always on hand to offer advice and direct you to the perfect dish.

So as you can see, it is going to be well worth a visit to The Sidings this week.  So come along and fill up your shopping bags as well as your bellies!  We look forward to seeing you there.


Nicholas Lake

Content creator for The Sidings N21

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