Monthly Archives: October 2014

November Menu, Autumnal Afternoon Tea

The nights are drawing in and the weather’s cooling down, so what better way to step into Autumn than with our afternoon tea event next weekend! We’ve pulled together a menu of warming, comforting classics with all the Manor twists.

Tell us what you think!

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A Scandi Afternoon Tea

Saturday 7th February 2015

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Regular readers and diners will know we have a love of all things Scandinavian. The Nordic noirs, the funky knitwear and not to mention the food! In February we’ll be baking some wonderful delights from our favourite Scandi food writers including Trine Hahnnemann.

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If you want an afternoon filled full of luscious breads, pastries, cakes and other treats, then book now on the link below. Cost per guest is £20.

Plenty More veg at the Manor

Saturday January 17th 2015

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The food of Yotam Ottolenghi will be making a return to the Manor in the new year! To bring some much needed spice and zest, we’ll be cooking up some delicious vegetarian dishes to wake up the taste buds after a December of excess!

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We love a bit of Ottolenghi and we know you do too! £35 gets you six courses of delicious food and a welcome drink on arrival.

2015 Dates…book on soon!

We’ve had a number of emails from eager diners wondering when we’ll be announcing dates for next year…fear not! They’ll be on sale on Friday 17th October, at 12 noon! What are the themes I hear you ask?

On January 17th we’ll be bringing some cleansing vegetarian fodder, with recipes from the marvellous Plenty More by the wonderful Yotam Ottolenghi.

In February (7th) we’ll be flexing our baking muscles and bringing you a Scandinavian afternoon tea. We love all things Scandi and we might even don our Sarah Lund jumpers for the occasion!

If any of these events take your fancy, then come back on Friday to book on!

Beer + Meat = THREE!

This weekend saw us celebrate in style for our third birthday, wow time flies! Our little supperclub is now a terrible toddler and growing up fast. We did away with our usual habit of theming the event around a specific cook book and instead based it, selfishly, around our two favourite things – meat and beer, whoo!

The beer was provided by our good friends at Brewdog, who were keen to see how their beer could be used as an ingredient and also how it paired to our food. Susie and I worked with the lovely Russ (Brewdog Northern Sales Manager and general beer geek) to design a meaty menu and pair appropriate beers with it. We wanted a menu that would excite and then fill up our guests with lots of meaty goodness!

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