Your Personal Sommelier
Local drink finding service Drink Directory specialise in sourcing the perfect tipple for you at a great price. Owner Stelious is passionate about finding something that you’ll enjoy – it’s not all about the vintage and it doesn’t have to cost the earth.
His suggestion for your Easter Sunday meal is a white wine called OKTO. Light in body, fresh in taste, with a fruity finish. Or if you prefer red wine, try
U…Passimiento from Sicily. A blend of fresh and juicy Frappato grape and Nero d’Avola which is rich and dense. A vibrant, flavour packed wine.
Stop by his stall on Sunday to say ‘hello’ to Stelious. He also sources beers and gin, too!
We’re going on an Easter Egg Hunt
FREE TO ENTER
We’re holding a FREE Easter Egg Hunt this Sunday, 1 April. And no, it’s not an April fool! Find all the Easter themed characters dotted around our Farmers’ Market for a chance to win an Easter Egg. All children who find all the characters will get a sweetie or chocolate for taking part.
That Blue Patch
Semi-acoustic duo Ruth and Dave of That Blue Patch will be playing at the The Sidings N21 this week. Come and enjoy their eclectic set whilst sampling a selection of unique produce from our traders below.
Sunday 1 April
Traders at The Sidings N21 this week:
Adrian Webb Hot Food
Chez Francis & Sylvie La Fromagerie
Daniels Olives and Dried Nuts
Maria’s Tea Cakes
Marsh Produce Ltd (Butcher)
Ojos Foods (Artisan Spanish Produce)
Punjabi Shack (Indian Cuisine)
Sultanesque (Handmade Jewellery)
The Sidings Bar
Wanstead Coffee / Patrick’s Coffee Takeaway
Plus live from That Blue Patch.
We look forward to seeing you on Sunday from 9am – 2pm. To find us click here.
The Sidings N21 Team
Kale and Walnut Pesto
Packed with goodness this raw kale pesto is peppery, herby and fresh. It goes really well with creamy cheeses, pasta or tossed through steamed or roasted veg. What’s more, you can pick up the ingredients from our traders at The Sidings N21. For the free recipe click here.
⭐ Suitable for vegetarians. ⭐
Recipe by @thehungrybearsblog