We couldn’t let Phillip and Holly go on their summer holidays without our annual This Morning food festival!
From posh bacon butties and Indian snacks, to doughnuts and Russian cocktails, we’ve got exciting goodie trucks serving the best street-food in the country.
Who's behind our featured food stalls?
OINK LONDON: Couple Hannah and Tommy have always loved food!
HANNAH SAYS: "We both left our city jobs and went travelling to experience the world's cuisines. It was this trip that led us to think 'What food is traditionally English that everyone loves?' and it was then that Oink London was born. We wanted to adapt the English staple bacon butty by piling in various flavours and fillings to revolutionise the dish that everyone knows and loves."
RENEGADE & LONGTON: Brendan wanted to change the way wine is made, and used elderflower instead of grapes. Brendan left behind his city life for his passion for wine, but found out he was better making mini explosions than wine, so he teamed up with his friend Richard who has 30 years experience of making wine.
BRENDAN SAYS: "We are inspired by the first era that Champagne and sparkling wine was popularised, where batches were produced using ingredients that could be found in the hedgerows to compliment the grapes. We wanted to take this further, using very different ingredients to create other exciting and exotic flavours. After many explosions and experiments I've perfected two wine varieties so far; Elderflower pure wine and Rhubarb and Strawberry infused Elderflower pure wine."
JHALMURI EXPRESS: Angus will be making his Jhal Muri, a dish that he's been perfecting for years.
ANGUS SAYS: "It's a mixture of a bombay mix style dry snack, spices, ginger, coriander, onions, peanuts, and a sweet and sour tamarind sauce. I started 15 years ago when I began to make a film on the street food of Kolkata - where this snack is from. I'm a chef by trade and love street food. I was living on the road at the time (in the UK) so it was perfect as I could run my business from the boot of a car. I also went around with my trolly for a couple of years just using public transport and just rocked up in various places. The snack is perfect for everyone as it's a vegan dish."
MILOKO: Seth has been surrounded by cocktails for years!
SETH SAYS: "I have memories from when I was a child of my parents having cocktail parties - my mother's favourite cocktail was a White Russian. Four years ago I was chatting to a mate at a festival and I realised there was nowhere to buy a White Russian cocktail. I had the idea there and then to create a mobile White Russian themed bar to sell the cocktails at festivals. I bought a 1960s Morrison Milk Float for £600 and spent the next two years converting it. We serve our drinks in bio-degradable milk cartons, whilst dressed as milkmen and milkmaids!"
DOH’NUT: When it comes to desserts, Tom's are award winning.
TOM SAYS: "I was so pleased to win Best Dessert at The British Street Food Awards last Sept. I started DOH'HUT after being inspired by the street food in the US in 2017. I came home and experimented with lots of dough, fillings and toppings but DOH'HUT is still my baby and officially only started last January. I would love to have my own bakery one day. My passion is toppings - homemade honeycomb, Flake, Oreo, nuts and mini marshmallows to name a few!"