What's on

What's on...

Look out for events that we will be hosting like Craft Beer Month, Butchery Class,  Cheese Making, Wine Grape Varieties, Gin Month and so on,  these are events that will all be coming soon!

To get your Easter going on Saturday 15th April, we will be hosting an Easter egg hunt and will also have face painting.  The Easter egg hunt will be for all ages as we will have prizes for adults as well as the kids and everyone can get their face painted.  

The fun and games will start from 11:30am.

Prizes to include Easter eggs for the kids, wine for the adults and a grand prize of a voucher that can be spent at the market.

So make sure you get down and don't miss out on the fun!

Saturday 22nd April - Wine Evenet - A talk and tasting on Grape Varieties.  More details to follow but please email us if you want to sign up, spaces are limited.

Examples of Previous cooking masterclasses and events

Interested in learning about how wine is made then sign up for a free class this coming Saturday 18th March 2017 at the market?

It's all about making things interesting at the market so L'ami Jac, our wine importers at the market, are going to be running a series of classes at the market starting this Saturday with a class on how wine is made.  They will take you through a journey from it's origins to the process you use to make wine and you will learn about colour, smell and flavour.  It is a completely free class that will last about 45 minutes and of course you get to try some wine - so sign up!

This is what L'ami Jac have to say about themselves:

Who is l’ami JAC: 
JAC is a young start-up which has succeeded in combining the brains of a Frenchman and a Scotsman together in the same skull.

What do we sell:
Our wines are the embodiment of Scottish pragmatism and French elegance. The majority of our wines are from independent French winemakers who produce in small quantities.

We pick our wines from long established French vineyards. Our way of doing business is unique in many ways: we maintain close relationships with all of our producers. Thanks to that, we remain well informed about their practices and we are always a step ahead when it comes to discovering new gems from independent but promising French winemakers.

We aim to bring down the iron curtain between wine specialists and wine drinkers. We position ourselves as ambassadors of independent winemakers willing to share their art abroad. It is our strongest belief that wine is not a matter of how much you know or how much you spend but rather a matter of how much you are willing to share. Anyone can afford and enjoy wine if they are provided with good advice.

L’ami JAC will always be there to deliver sound advice.

The next few  Wine Events that we have lined-up are:-

How to recognise the main grape varieties

How to choose a good wine ? Can we trust the medals on the bottle ?

Spaces are limited so if you want to find out more book yourself a place then email us at info@brookgreenmarket.co.uk or call the following number - 07751 060 921

Get Healthy 2016 and understand the Science behind Food and Exercise

July 2015 - Craft Beer Month!  http://www.brookgreenmarket.co.uk/craft-beer-fest/

20th June 2015 - we were celebrating both Father's Day by teaching you how to cook the perfect steak (with a couple of different classic sauces and sides), so you can treat your father right.

13th June 2015 - to celebrate the arrival of our new fisherman, The Portland Scallop Company, we were making:

Pan-fried scallops, with samphire, Wild Country Organics Sorrel, Brambletye Apples and a fragrant garam masala caramel.  Topped with Sapori d'italia's truffle oil.

6th June 2015 - The perfect omelette. Using age-old recipes, we explored the route to the perfect omelette, filled with flavourful cheeses from Deliciously French.

30th May 2015 - For National BBQ Week we were teaching you the most important part of BBQ: how to build the fire and how to marinade the meat!

23rd May 2015 - British Tomato Week and National Vegetarian Week Week.  We were championing the British Tomato in all its glory to recreate some innovative Vegetarian Recipes!

Love Your Local Market 2015 started on 13th May 2015 and ran until 27th May 2015. 

We were promoting the community atmosphere with our free interactive cooking demos, board games, childrens games and much more...!

16th May - British Sandwich Week!  We recreated classic British Sandwiches from scratch using healthy and home-made recipes.

Below are a selection of past masterclass events held at the market. To find out more about upcoming events at the market, simply check back here or sign up for regular e-mail updates.

If you would like a dish to be demonstrated or to learn a cooking technique then please drop us an email and we can include it in a cooking masterclass

9th May - Asparagus Three ways as we celebrate Asparagus Season

Cobble Lane Chilli and Oregano Salami with Millets Asparagus and lovage and a crispy Murdoch & Sons Egg

14th March - Chocolate truffles for Mother's Day

21st March - St Patrick's Day - Coddle - a traditional Irish stew using leftovers and a some Guinness.  Boxty was also demonstrated - a traditional Irish potato cake

28th March - Hot Cross Buns, getting you ready for Easter

4th April - Easter Weekend - Easter Eggs


1st of November - Toffee Apples & Marshmallows
Celebrating Halloween and Bonfire night, we whipped up a few batches of toffee apples, using biodynamic apples from Brambletye as well as home made marshmallows. 

25th of October - Pre Halloween
The last week of October was all about getting ready for halloween. We made healthy treats, a pumpkin stew and Lee from Duck Lane Farm had everyone carving pumpkins!

18th of October - Curries
13th - 18th October was curry week so we couldn’t miss an opportunity to make a banging curry! 

Check out our recipe for chicken korma.  It’ll have you changing you mind on the mildest curry. 

11 October - Egg Week
Since it was British egg week last week we celebrated by making Scotch Eggs.