Moshi Moshi News May 2013
Moshi Monthly Member Deals
#1: Free Sushi 500 cook book! *
Buy an Atlantic Party Platter to takeaway and receive a complimentary signed copy of our newly released Sushi 500 cook book. *
#2: Dine for 2 for £20 **
Keep your loved one fit and healthy for the summer with our tasty and nutritious sushi platters, and save your pennies in to the bargain! **.
* Terms and Conditions offer #1 Free Sushi 500 cook book: Purchase an Atlantic platter any time during May and we will include a copy of our Sushi 500 cook book.
** Terms and Conditions offer #2 Dine for 2 for £20: Offer available Tuesday to Friday between 2pm and 7pm, and Monday 2pm to 10pm to May 31st 2013. Sushi platter choices are from Fastnet, Salmon Ju, Bailey or the Temaki handroll Set.
Slow Food UK Week 2013: June 1-9
A message from Slow Food UK
This June, Slow Food groups, chefs and businesses – all of whom share our ethos – will be organising some wonderful public events around the country.
But we are also encouraging people to host their own celebrations at home, by cooking with leftovers, seasonal or Forgotten Foods. Slow Food promotes the enjoyment and the pleasure of food while having a responsible attitude towards it. We believe the best way of celebrating this is by sharing a slow meal with your friends and family.
This year, the focus will be on six new Forgotten Foods at the Slow Food UK Ark of Taste. We want Slow Food Week to be a forum for reinforcing the movement's work with local artisan producers and suppliers to preserve special British flavours.
Apart from attending events or organizing their own, people can also get involved through our online auction (http://www.slowfood.org.uk/slow-food-week-online-auction/). Here they can bid for wonderful products and experiences that were kindly donated by our chefs and supporters. All proceeds will support the Slow Food cause.
QR Sushi Codes get the Thumbs Up in the Metro
We were delighted to see the technology pages in the Metro championing the notion that diners should be entitled to know where their food comes from. Following on from the horsemeat debacle, the momentum is gathering for more transparency: showing you clearly where your food comes from is at the heart of what we do at Moshi Moshi.
Download and read the article here.
Slow Fish in Italy
This month I will be celebrating slow, and travelling by train to Slow Fish in Genoa with Chris Bean, our wonderful fisherman from Cornwall. It will be a real treat to spend time with him at such an inspiring gathering – and the perfect way of celebrating the 10 years that we've been working together, after having first met at a Slow Food event.
View the Slow Food International Press release here.
Lost your Moshi Member card?
No problem! On your next visit simply come in with a printed copy of our latest newsletter, or show it to our manager on your smart phone, and we will give you a replacement card.