Go Out but Stay In

'Oishī' Means Delicious!
Moto Priestman is back with another recipe straight out of Okan Brixton. This time, it is a no-cook Fennel Goma Salad, that perfectly combines fennel's aromatic bite with a savory-sweet tahini and honey dressing. Give it a go in your kitchen - or bring Okan to you with takeaway and delivery options still running.

Go Out but Stay In
This week, we've taken baby steps back towards a reality before 'pandemic' was in our daily vocabularies. If you've had a stroll around your neighbourhood, you've probably seen shops and restaurants are still mostly shut, but are adapting how they trade to stay in business during this uncertain spell. Today, we shine our "who you support" spotlight on our collection point partners that are doing their best to support themselves and their communities. Your choice of where you shop is now more important than ever, and Local Greens is certainly partial to keeping it local. It is, after all, the best way to ensure our high streets thrive and our gathering places can reopen after all this. Find your neighbourhood spot below and click through to see how you can share your support, and have the fun of going out by staying in.

The Alma - Your local in Crystal Palace has opened up as an off-license, offering wine, beer, bread and snacks. Check their website for how to place an order for delivery.

The Chandos - Those in the Honor Oak area are in for a treat, with the pub doing takeaway pizzas, beer and wine deliveries via Deliveroo.

The Crooked Well - This Camberwell favourite is so looking forward to welcoming you back that they are selling vouchers for reopening. £25 gets you £40 credit. £50 gets you £70. £75 gets you £100 credit. You can also browse their take-away shop from Friday - Sunday with cocktails, draft beer and wine. Sunday Roast is also available for pre-order and pick up.

The Flock and Herd - It's business as *almost* usual for Peckham's best butcher. They are open to customers, and have expanded their delivery service to include two new box sizes.

Harbour Cycles - Open for business! Bring your bike down to Loughborough Junction for a service and stay fit on two wheels.

The Herne - Head to Twitter to see their best bottle shop deals on draft beers and cans to takeaway.  Operating Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 5 - 8pm.

The Hootananny - Brixton's live music venues may not be jamming right now, but the shows still go on. The Hoot is supporting Live for Love, a charitable campaign streaming live music performances to raise money for UK food banks.

Odds - Peckham's vegan grocery shop will come to you! There's a full range of products available and shipping is now nationwide.

The Railway Tavern - Tulse Hill wouldn't be the same without The Railway. They've launched a crowdfunding campaign to ensure they can come back better than ever. When they do reopen, they've already got a benefit concert for the NHS planned. Check out tickets here.

The Rosendale - Three Cheers Pubs, The Rosendale's parent company, is opening up the pub kitchen to cook hundreds of meals every week for the elderly and most vulnerable in the Dulwich community. If you can help the cause, just £1.85 is enough to provide one meal.

The Signal Pub - Mix yourself a G&T at home, and pretend you're whiling away the afternoon in your Forest Hill haunt with the 'Hippo Inns Lockdown Playlist' spinning on Spotify

Thai Duck Deli - This family run, West Norwood business has partnered with Station to Station to supply you with delivery during these days. Collection of your deli favs is also available.