As usual, we’ll be having a stall at the Sunday School gardens (in the Caroline Street car park) on the opening weekend of Saltaire Festival on 14th and 15th September – we hope to see you there! Our other garden sites are also included on the open gardens trail and are worth a forage through.
If you take a wander past the Wash House Gardens over the weekend you’ll be greeted by a feast for the ears (as well as a literal feast from the veg beds!) as there will be lovely music from a three-piece acoustic band feat. Richard Babington, Lisa Mallaghan and Dan McGlade.
Nordish has reopened in Saltaire and by heck it’s been worth the wait – it offers a combination of Nordic recipes and very local Yorkshire ingredients!
In a recent trip to Nordish we found flowers from the Veg on the Edge beds on their Smørrebrød (aka Scandinavian open sandwich) – delicious!
The cafe has a prominent spot in the village on the corner of Caroline Street and Victoria Road and has a small but perfectly formed menu of delightful cakes and delectable sandwiches – it’s definitely worth a visit if you’re passing. Find out more about Nordish here.
If you happen to be in Saltaire when Nordish is closed you can always have a go at your own recipes using Veg on the Edge produce. If you need some inspiration have a look through our recipes.