Come and try some grainy goodness with 26 Grains!

26 Grains will be holding a sample tasting session here at FRAME Shoreditch on the 14th October, and then a pop up on the 20th. Don’t miss out!

If you’ve not heard of them already, 26 Grains specialise in the most important meal of the day, breakfast! They’re all about bringing you delicious wholesome grain based dishes: big grains, fine grains, grains so sweet, grains so savoury, they make them all! They create hearty pots of porridge with both whole and flaked grains and combine them with a range of different milks. 26 Grains take inspiration from the Scandinavian way of cooking, using grains and spices as a way of creating interesting dishes and avoiding the use of refined ingredients.

The chef and owner Alex Hely-Hutchinson, a self confessed porridge obsessive, is committed to sourcing the best of the best foods from the areas where they grow best. Grains are best suited to wet, muggy climates, so a large proportion of grains she uses are locally sourced from the UK and Europe. Completely natural and not tampered with,  she hand rolls all flaked grains in her kitchen to ensure they’re not extruded or over processed.

But don’t forget the delicious natural wholesome ingredients that go with! All porridges are equipped with a range of nuts, fruit, compote and spices. Also locally sourced, Alex preaches that fresh fruits are better and more delicious the less they’ve had to travel. Each season will bring with it its own range of fresh produce and 26 Grains dishes will vary depending on the seasons’ treats.

Alex organises pop ups all over London, from underneath Old Street Station to catering back stage at London Fashion week! So don’t miss out on October 14th when 26 grains will be bringing their grains to you to try and then again on October 20th to buy!

Check out the website here for more information.

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