a Bristol based, socially minded small business started by Miranda & Philippe el Khazen
“We’re proud to be supporting Lebanese food producers. Shorkk hopes to connect with people who care about what they cook with and where the ingredients come from.”
shorkk at the Abergavenny Food Festival
Inside the new producers’ tent
Despite the typically British weather over the weekend, shorkk went down incredibly well at Abergavenny Food Festival thanks to our new customers!
Warm and dry in the new producers’ tent, we were lucky enough to meet Imad al Arnab who kindly signed our copy of his book, Imad’s Syrian Kitchen. When Imad says that the ingredients are delicious, it means a lot. Trying to get real ingredients from small producers in Lebanon to customers in the UK is what shorkk is all about.
shorkk weekend markets
We’ll be joining Eat Festival in Bedminster on Saturday 30th September.
Come and join us on East Street between 10am – 4pm. We’ll be in front of Poundland, luckily in between Smok n’ Chimney and the Toastie Guys.
There’s a click and collection option available if you’re short on time.
Don’t let the beginning of September and the gloomy weather get the better of you! Baking Honey & Co’s courgette cake – a lovely recipe using olive oil – will cheer you up. As will our special offer!
Tim Spector recommends using extra virgin olive oil for “cooking, baking and frying, even at high temperatures”.
We’ve reduced the price of Zejd’s 3L tin so there’s plenty for baking!
shorkk's new products!
We gave some za’atar mix to Harts Bakery in Bristol who came up with a Danish pastry which is a brilliant marriage of sweet and savoury (if you can get your hands on one!)
Let your creativity loose and discover the amazing aroma in these beautiful ingredients from the south of Lebanon.
shorkk best sellers
The heavy scent of the oregano fills your kitchen with the aroma of the Lebanese mountains and keeps summer alive just a little bit longer.