When I started my Underground Restaurant I said: “This is ‘put your money where your mouth is’ time. Anybody with a digital camera, a way with words and a budget for eating out, can put up recipes, review food. How many food bloggers then invite you over to actually try the food for yourself?”
” Erm, how do you check if you have pests?” I asked Chris (for I did my own food hygiene certificate ten years ago, but am redoing it next week).
“Look for droppings, bins getting gnawed at, that sort of thing”
“That’s why I’m not putting out the second quiche” said Chris.
“But one sees food out all day on stalls” I queried “Is anybody actually taking notice of this rule?”
“It’s really tiring. In the future I need to make more things you can eat for lunch, my brownies sold out immediately, that is what sells best…also more speciality breads”
Great write up! It was really lovely to meet you today and I can't wait for your stall x
Looks like it was a massive success! That fig and walnut loaf sounds like the business. I can't wait for my turn on August 13th…
Wow, that sounds exciting, if I can think of something good to sell I may put my hand up.
I had no idea there would be all those restrictions and an inspection for the UKFBA stall! Very interesting indeed.
Wow, this is very exciting! I have considered getting a stall myself at times, but the idea of a hygiene inspection totally puts me off. I think the pile of washing up from my flatmate's dinner 3 days ago would probably not go down well.