I’m a little bit late to the party on this one but I’m sure by the time you get to the end of the post you’ll be salivating (awful word) and all will be forgiven.
At the beginning of March Rosewood London launched the Slow Food & Living Market in their grand inner courtyard which sees over 30 vendors come rain or shine set up shop selling their to die for sustainable, local, organic and wholesome (slow) produce.
The market is on every Sunday between 10am and 3:30pm, and over the bank holiday weekend I dropped in to check it out.
Just take a look at these beauties. Doesn’t it make you want to move to the country and live on a farm?
I love beauty, I love good food, and I love creativity and the vendors and their products tick all the boxes. We went with the intention of just having a browse but came away with three PHENOMENAL types of salami from Cannon & Cannon, mouthwatering hemp hummus from Temptation, and hibiscus and ginger cordial from Woodford and Warner which we later mixed with Prosecco creating the perfect bank holiday tipple.
The Slow Food & Living Market has a real vibrant marketplace atmosphere and it’s great to see urban folk appreciating the work of rural farmers and artisans and buying this amazing, wholesome produce. In the words of John Catucci, you gotta eat here. So get to it.