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October 2017 Sunvil Supper Club – Biff à la Lindström (Swedish beef burgers)

Try our latest recipe from the Sunvil Supper Club

September 2017 Sunvil Supper Club – Jordskokksuppe (Jerusalem artichoke soup)

September 2017 Sunvil Supper Club - Jerusalem artichoke soup from Norway

August 2017 Sunvil Supper Club – Gigantes Plaki

Make the traditional Gigantes Plaki with August's Sunvil Supper Club

July 2017’s Sunvil Supper Club – The Caipirihna Cocktail

Make the traditional Caipirihna cocktail with July's Sunvil Supper Club

May 2017’s Sunvil Supper Club – Croquetas de Jamón Serrano

This month, Sunvil Supper Club heads to our newest holiday destination, Spain. Our recipe is Croquetes de Jamon Serra, a popular tapas dish.

April 2017’s Sunvil Supper Club – Sicilian-style Chicken (Pollo ai Profumi di Sicilia)

This dish is full of the exotic flavours of Sicily, echoing the island’s turbulent past when various rulers – Greeks, Romans, Arabs and Spanish to name a few – left a strong imprint on everything from architecture to Sicily’s remarkably varied cuisine. To download your recipe card,

March 2017’s Sunvil Supper Club – Capirotada (Mexican Bread Pudding)

Enjoy this traditional Mexican dish this Easter.

February 2017’s Sunvil Supper Club – Feijoada Choco

As a celebratory dish, Feijoada is traditionally served on Saturday afternoons or for Sunday lunch and intended to be a leisurely midday meal. It is a stew of Portuguese origin and normally made with beef of pork, however as with this dish, you can use fish. To

January 2017’s Sunvil Supper Club – Beef Stifado

Stifado is a traditional Greek dish served up by virtually every Greek Island taverna. Beef stifado is a nourishing meaty stew made with shallot onions and should be pronounced stifatho rather than stifado with emphasis on the ‘fa’. The meat is usually beef but it can be

December 2016’s Sunvil Supper Club – Vasilopita – Greek New Year’s Eve cake

Vasilopita is a traditional Greek cake served at midnight on New Year’s Eve to celebrate the life of Saint Basil. After baking the cake, a coin is inserted through the base and when cut, the person who finds the coin is said to be granted good luck for