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Supper club To-Go

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Collect March 13th 4-6pm

Mothering Sunday Breakfast in Bed £20

Show how much your mum means to you this Mother’s Day, Sunday, March 14th. 

Take the angst out of the kids burning the toast or spilling the milk and treat her to breakfast in bed with a difference.


Our breakfast in bed to go features the best of local Yorkshire produce lovingly prepared by Yorkshire Food Finder’s resident cook and mum, Sue Nelson in recognition to all the other mums out there. 


On our special #eatlocal menu is:


Yorkshire Granola with Longley Farm yoghurt and seasonal fruit compote

Kedgeree with Staal smoked haddock and local farm fresh eggs

Mini stuffed pancakes selection 

  • Salmon and dill

  • Spinach and Yorkshire Fettle

  • Mushroom and Lishman’s air-dried ham

  • Two sweet ones with cinnamon sugar and lemon curd dips


All ready to reheat/finish at home with instructions and serving information provided

Collect on Saturday, March 13th between 4pm – 6pm or free delivery to Wheldrake, Crockey Hill, Deighton, Escrick, Thorganby and Elvington

The stories behind your Breakfast in Bed to Go

This Yorkshire granola comes from Yockenthwaite Farm high in Upper Wharfedale. The farm is featured in the latest TV series of All Creatures Great and Small as the family home of Helen Aldison who became James Herriot’s wife. 


The yoghurt is made by Longley Farm in Holmfirth. Their products are now a familiar sight on supermarket shelves but the business is still family owned and run.


The smoked haddock in the kedgeree is from Staal Smokehouse at Long Riston near Beverley. The business is run by husband and wife team Justin and Georgina Staal with the smokehouse located on her father’s farm.


The mini stuffed pancakes are derived from ebelskivers (pronounced ‘able-skeevers’) which originate from Denmark as snacks or desserts traditionally served during holidays and celebrations. Like Yorkshire puddings, the core ingredients are flour, milk and eggs and are cooked in a special seven-welled pan that forms the pancakes’ unique shape.


Yorkshire Fettle cheese made in the Greek feta style, comes from Shepherds Purse cheeses near Thirsk. The business is now run by sisters Caroline and Kate who took on the mantle after their mother Judy Bell started making cheese at her farmhouse kitchen table back in the 1980s


Award-winning Ilkley butcher David Lishman is producing what we think is the best charcuterie in Britain. His air-dried ham is made to a traditional Yorkshire ham recipe and along with his other products is made behind his butcher’s shop in the town.


*due to the nature of this menu we will not be able to cater for any additional dietary requirements/adaptions, or offer refunds, cancellations or changes to the delivery method/date

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