JVS Al Fresco Potluck Friday Night Dinner
Don’t miss our next potluck Friday night dinner!
54 people attended the last one in February and we are excited to be planning the next one in spring – and hopefully open up our garden (weather permitting) for you to enjoy.
This event is free to JVS members / £5.00 to non-members. Join the JVS for just £12 a year: http://www.jvs.org.uk/
Please get in touch if you would like a concession ticket.
Please book your ticket for the event via eventbrite. Booking will close on Thursday 20th April at 10.00pm, and no tickets will be available after this time.
If you’d like to drop food off before hand, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We have fridge space and hot plates.
We ask that you bring vegan food so that it can be enjoyed by everyone. Homemade food is very much appreciated.
JVS will provide vegan challah and grape juice.
*Please let us know what you plan to bring from the following list so that we can coordinate and avoid getting 20 of the same thing!
– Main courses (i.e pies / stews / tagine / lasagne / moussaka / stir fry / curry / quiche)
– Desserts (i.e. cakes / crumble / vegan ice cream / fruit salad / tarts / chocolates)
– Kosher, vegan wine
If you are looking for inspiration, check out the recipe section of our website here. Great recipes can also be found on:
Green Kitchen Stories
Post Punk Kitchen
Love & Lemons
My New Roots
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