British Egg Week takes place from October 10-17 this year, with the theme ‘Put an Egg On It’ set to encourage consumers to experiment with eating eggs in more unusual ways.
As part of the celebrations, British Lion eggs is staging an egg themed street food takeover at leading venue Hawker House in London, where street food chef Seb Holmes, owner of Farang London, will be serving a collection of modern Thai street food inspired egg dishes from the Put An Egg On It stand. Dishes include Egg-Topped Smoked Pork Belly Laab, a minced free range pork belly dish with smoky garlic, lime and chilli dressing, Asian herbs and a wok fried egg.
Chef Seb Holmes will also be inspiring consumers to cook his collection of six Thai street food inspired egg recipes at home by publishing the recipes online at www.eggrecipes.co.uk(link is external).
Consumers can get involved by using the hashtag #PutAnEggOnIt which has been created to run in conjunction with the campaign and inspire interaction from consumers, caterers, food manufacturers and retailers on social media.
British Egg Week is a popular and well-established awareness week, having run for more than 50 years. Get in touch to find out how you can get involved (firstname.lastname@example.org(link sends e-mail))
To kick off British Egg Week a video trailer has been launched on social media and through a selection of well known food bloggers to create a buzz in the lead up to the #putaneggonit street food event. The video features British Egg Week chef and street food pro, Seb Holmes, cooking up one of his six #putaneggonit recipes at the Lion branded British Egg Week stand. Click below to watch Seb in action! #putaneggonit