Meet the Makers

Meet the Makers: Cobble Lane Cured

Jules Kirby-SmithJan 25, '21

On a back road - presumably once a cobbled lane - just off Islington's bustling Upper Street you'll find a converted garage that is full of an awful lot of drying sausages. Three traditionally-trained butchers, Matt Atkinson, Matt Hill and Adam Brudnowski met while working together at Jamie Oliver’s Barbecoa Butchers shop, and in 2013 they decided...

Meet the Makers: Wildes Cheese

Jules Kirby-SmithDec 11, '20

If you take a drive to Tottenham, follow the suburban streets to a small industrial estate and then pull in on the right, you'll find Wildes Cheese - an award-winning artisan cheese-making company run by Philip Wilton and his small, dedicated team. Philip and his partner Keith Sides started Wildes (a portmanteau of their...

Meet the Makers: Husk & Honey

Jules Kirby-SmithNov 23, '20

Husk and Honey was born in a kitchen in Stoke Newington, after Hedié Howells came back from a trip to South America obsessed with granola. In meat-loving Brazil she had found it hard to get good vegetarian food, so ended up eating granola-topped acai bowls for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And so her passion for the...

Farmers and Producers Doing It the Organic Way

Jules Kirby-SmithNov 21, '20

When we decided to set up Fridge of Plenty, two things were at the front of our minds: sustainability and delicious food. We wanted to see if we could create a grocery shop that offers the full range of products, all sourced locally and produced sustainably, without too many compromises.  We are proud to...