We love good food.
Our love of food has led to us cooking for many people in many different settings, and for many years. As Two Trees Catering, we have cooked for a range of events over the last 10 years; from wedding feasts for up to 200 people to full festival catering for 500 people and conference buffets for 150. As Pitchfork Cafe we have hosted more than 20 multi-course feasts, fed more than 1000 people and raised thousands of pounds for grassroots causes. In previous years our cooking took us to protest camps such as Climate Camp where we fed thousands of hungry activists, as well as restaurants such as Bells Diner where we developed our appreciation for food and flavour.
We’re motivated by the desire to build and look after our communities by sharing nutritious and delicious food, and by fostering close connections to nature, seasons and sustainable harvests. We are based in Bristol and are proud to be part of the city’s thriving food culture. Our favourite local growers and suppliers include Sims Hill Shared Harvest, Barleywood market garden and Barleywood apple juice and cider – we know first hand that their food tastes great and is sustainably produced. We work closely with them to create our menus, ensuring that we have the freshest produce all year round.
Supporting local campaigns and grassroots groups is a big part of our ethos, and we love to cook for community, educational, and grassroots events. We host regular fundraisers, and we will often donate profits to causes important to us.
We are keen to share our enthusiasm and knowledge for what we do. Between us we have a BSc in Human Nutrition, have written two food and cooking-related books, hold Level 2 and Level 3 food hygiene certificates, and have fed a whole lot of happy people.