Kirk Square Kitchen returns
An impressive selection of local food and drink will be on show at the fifth Kirk Square Kitchen event in Eyemouth, on Saturday.
From artisan coffee, pies and freshly-baked bread, to homemade cheese and yoghurt, burgers and speciality confectionery and home baking, there’s something to tempt everyone along to the event, which starts off with the Rotary coffee morning at 9.30am in the Mason’s Hall, then moves into the Kirk Square in front of Eyemouth museum at 11am.
As well as the wide range of mouth-watering food on offer there are also plenty of soft drinks, locally-brewed beers, kombucha, gin and Pimms to wash it all down.
“Following on from last year’s success of the addition of local crafts and gifts, we will be welcoming back a similar selection of creative folk this year who will be showcasing their unique talents and selling a range of quality crafts,” said Kerry Waddell.
“We are also delighted that pupils from Eyemouth High School will be heavily involved in our event this year – by performing and singing and providing all our music on the day.
“The school’s technology department are taking a stall again this year and will be selling chopping boards and other wooden crafts. We are also excited that the school’s Greenpower car will be on display at our event.”
Food and drink businesses lined up so far: Lough’s Bakers; The Ship Hotel; ESP Cake Design; Born in the Borders Beer of Lanton Mill; Katy Cloud Marshmallows of Kelso; Giacopazzi’s; Dean Mark Butchers; Blue House Goats of Lowick; Jarvis Pickle; and Oblò Bar & Bistro.
It is free to attend.