Hame by Adam Handling is partnering with WRAP, the UK’s leading sustainability charity, for its inaugural Food Waste Action Week and is offering a zero-waste delivery box, available to order now for delivery nationwide on Friday 5 March.
Running from 1-7 March 2021, WRAP's Food Waste Action Week is linking organisations across the food and drink sector to stop food going to waste and half the contribution it makes towards climate change. All are united in the simple message to their audiences – ‘Wasting Food Feeds Climate Change’.
Adam Handling is supporting Food Waste Action Week with a new zero-waste food box via his hugely popular nationwide delivery service, Hame. The five-course menu celebrates using surplus ingredients and offcuts in their own right, with each dish showing how such ingredients can be used in exciting and innovative new dishes that never compromise on taste.
The Zero Waste Week Menu showcases just some of the waste products that are utilised by Adam and the team throughout all the Hame menus and starts with Adam Handling’s signature sourdough and chicken butter; his trademark celebration of just how tasty chicken fat and chicken skins can be.
Next up is a beef and caviar tartare, utilising leftover beef chain cuts, and a rich lobster shell soup made from lobster coral and shells.
The main event on this menu is a spectacular Venison Wellington (made using ‘all the venison’, wrapped in offal), which is accompanied by a selection of slow-roasted vegetable stalks.
Finally, to finish off the zero-waste feast is a deliciously sweet and light chocolate scraps and overripe banana mousse.
Handling said, “I’m honoured to be supporting WRAP’s first ever Food Waste Action Week to help spread awareness of our wasted food and how it’s impacting our environment. It’s an issue that has always been close to my heart and I’m excited to help share some ideas on how to reduce the amount of food we waste and protect our planet.”