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Bass In The City – KERB Jerk Sunday Lunch
SHELLYBELLY'S SUPREME SUNDAY ROAST
When: SUNDAY 13 OCTOBER 2018
Where: Second Home, Spitalfields, E1 5JL
Time: 12-6pm
What: A CELEBRATION OF CARIBBEAN CULTURE HOSTED BY SECOND HOME

We’re hosting a Sunday Roast with inKERBator, Shellybelly’s, at Second Home’s Bass in the City weekender on 14th October.

Come prepared for a full weekend celebrating the powerful influence of Caribbean culture on London, with screenings, talks, workshops, DJ’s and Reggae Roast soundsystem (full line up here).

To cap it all off, ShellyBelly’s Tania and Joel, are laying out a spine-tingling three course Sunday Roast of 24-hour pimento smoked jerk chicken, vegan ackee callaloo, roast plantain ‘potatoes’ and sweet potato coconut pudding. Plus spicy Bloody Marys and Jamaican My Eyes Water cocktails from the ever tasty KERB Bar. Join us for the epic feast.

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“We’re Shellybellys, masters of the jerk drum and original purveyors of Caribbean street food in London. We don’t do tropical themes or have a fancy Caribbean restaurant, we haven’t forgotten our history. Jerk has always been more than just a seasoning – more than a technique. It was food forged in the earth by the Jamaican guerrilla with fire in his heart and smoke in his eyes which is why all our sauces and rubs are homemade and centuries of years old”, co-founder Joel.

Generations’ old recipe – lashings of all-spice, fists of fresh scallions and then a balanced, sweet heat that washes over you like a wave. With “fire in his heart and smoke in his eyes”, you can find pit master Joel slinging it at our KERB West India Quay every Tuesday for three months on our InKERBator Programme – follow the smoke!

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