Seasonal Update 26.07.11

Seasonal Update 26.07.11
Wild Harvest UK

Wild Harvest UK

Standard Supplier 26th July 2011
Wild Harvest UK

Wild Harvest UK

Standard Supplier

Seasonal Update 26.07.11

Hello Chef,
I hope you had a good weekend; I was at the farm again, here’s an updated picture of bacon, sausage and chop! 
As always please see our website ( for updated information and you can also follow us on twitter for up to the minute pictures and seasonal information.   Here is a snippet of this week’s full offering from the warehouse of Wild Harvest, please call us for a full price list:
Mushrooms & Truffles
Girolles are still going strong; Polish Girolles are fresh, small and affordable and Scottish Girolles are still well formed with an apricot-pine aroma and beautiful colour and texture.  We have a new variety of Pleurote / Grey Oyster mushrooms fromFrance, which are more presentable than our English variety; well formed with a dark rim around the edge.
Black Italian Summer Truffles are still going strong and available through out August before we move forward to the Autumn season.
Seasonal Produce:

Fresh Almonds
Fresh, French Gherkins
Artichoke: baby bunches, Poivrade and Globe
Dutch & Peruvian White Asparagus
Aubergines: Round and Stripe varities fromItaly
French Hand Grenade, round Courgettes & Dutch Courgette Flowers
French Iron Bar Pumpkins
Baby Vegetables including baby candied, golden and purple beetroot, mixed colour carrots, leek, fennel, breakfast radishes and turnips
French mixed colour carrots; yellow, purple and orange
English Chantenay Carrots & Corn on the Cob
French new season Banana Shallots & Grelot Onions
French Purple Beans, English Runner Beans & Broad Beans, Italian Cannellini Beans, Borlotti Beans & fresh Coco Beans
Castel Franco fromItaly
Purple Cauliflower fromFrance
French Ficoide Glacial ice Salad & Metisse leaves
English Pea Shoots & fresh Peas
Marsh Samphire
Fresh Lemon Verbena
Horseradish, Lotus Root & Salsify
English Jersey Royal and New Potatoes, French Ratte & Italian Spunta potatoes
Red & Yellow Dutch Tomberries, French Inca Heritage tomatoes, French Black Tomatoes, Italian Cherry & Baby Plum (Daterrino) on the vine


Muscat Grapes
French & Spanish Nectarines, Flat, Yellow, White & Blood Peaches,
Italian Apricots
English Blackcurrants, Strawberries & White-currants
French Golden Raspberries
White French Cherries & Turkish Red Cherries
Green Italian and Black Spanish Figs
English Frasies des Bois & Maras du Bois fromKent
Sicilian unwaxed leafy Lemons
Indian Alfonso Mangoes
French Charentais Melons
French Pear William
French Greengages, Mirabelle & Yellow Plums
English Jubileum & Opal Plums

Foraged Produce

Meadow Sweet
Rock Samphire
Sea Aster
Sea Beet
Sea Blight
Sea Purlsane
Wild Blueberries
Wild Fennel
Wild Pea Flower
Wood Sorrel

Season End:
Red English Cherries (Turkish available)
Spruce & Pine Shoots
White Dandelion
To arrive soon:
Scottish game kicks off with Grouse on the glorious 12th of August
Mushrooms: Fresh Cep, Chanterelle, Trompette & Pied de Mouton mushrooms
Seasonal Fruit: Crab Apples, Elderberries & Damson Plums,
Seasonal Vegetables: Parsley & Chervil Root & Jerusalem Artichokes
As always Chef, if you have any further enquiries please do get in touch with myself or your account manager. 
Have a wonderful week; best wishes,
Louise Thomas
Wild Harvest
[email protected]
0207 498 5397

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