The second Food Passport to Cirencester menu card launches today with an Easter theme.
This month you can make Jacks Coffee Shop's legendary melt in the mouth Pavlova. Filled with generous handfuls of fresh berries and fruits and finished off with chocolate mini eggs this Pavlova makes an ideal family Easter treat.
You can download the menu card here.
The Food Passport celebrates local food through monthly menu cards with local chefs sharing their favourite dish using produce available from our independent food retailers.
"We are really excited to be part of the food passport scheme" says Anne Rainy Brown, Jacks Coffee Shop, "local independent traders supporting other traders and getting people to cook using locally sourced ingredients, it's a win win!."
This month's generous prize comes from Jacks and is lunch for two people including a hot or cold drink. Just prove you shop local by attaching a receipt to the competition slip at the bottom of the menu card and return it to the Local Information Point, Dyer Street to be in with a chance to win.
All this talk of sweet treats has got me thinking about where else in town does yummy delights...
I feel another blog coming on!
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Hannah lives and works in Cirencester, Gloucestershire and loves the incredible people, produce and shops that create a vibrant local scene. You can often find Hannah browsing the markets and lanes of...