Wood Smoke Kitchen – Saturday 7 July 21

We’re excited to welcome local BBQ aficionados Wood Smoke Kitchen to join us at Wytch Wood on Saturday 7th July.  Based just the other side of Crewkerne, JP and his crew will be rustling up soon BBQ goodies for a Saturday night feast.  WSK take local ingredients and transform them into mouth watering delights inspired by BBQ cooking from across the world.  You’ll be able to see them in action as they cook over wood in out big fire pit.  Come and ask questions and of course have a taste!

Wood Smoke Menu 7 august

Wood Smoke Kitchen have created a completely new menu for our event and includes:

  • The Wood Smoked Platter – Spicy wild boar Sausage, Lamb Koftas, pulled pork & burnt ends, slaw, BBQ beans, vegetable bark, brioche bun and house pickles
  • Blackmore Lamb Kofta – made from our very own home produced lamb this middle Eastern inspired treat comes with a home made flat bread, chimichurri, vegetable bark and slaw
  • Orchard Pork – Apple & wood smoke  BBQ rub pulled pork – using  pork  from local spplier Northdown Farm.  Comes with bun, slaw and vegetable bark
  • The Jacked Stack – ok so not local on this one but a delicious meat free option to try – Barbecued Jack Fruit, banana blossom, mushroom and shredded vegetable stacked bun, naked slaw and vegetable bark
  • Chicken skewers – simple and delicious chicken skewers cooked to order over a wood fire and served in a flatbread

Also look out for nibbles to try and sides as well!

Pre-ordering recommended especially for the platter – please contact Elise on 07796 622867 or drop us an email on enquiries@somerset-camping.com

Wash it down with a local craft ale or cider

We’ll have our little bar open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday night – fully stocked with a range of  beers from local brewery Gyle 59 near Chard and award winning ciders from Harry’s Cider at Long Sutton. Both have travelled less than 10 miles to get to our bar – we like keeping our food and drink miles to a minimum where possible.  We also offer a range of non-alcoholic drinks and a couple of wine choices to try suit most people’s palates.

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