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Sarson's pickling challenge for street food cooks and bloggers

Tuesday October 6, 2015 at 1:35pm
Sarson's, the UK's number one vinegar brand, is launching a new pickling campaign, combining two of the hottest food trends, street food and pickling, aimed at the younger foodie generation. Sarson's has harnessed the power of influential street food traders and food bloggers to offer inspiration as home pickling continues to re-establish its popularity in the UK. The Sarson's pickling project tasked the participants to create a host of recipes in their individual styles that tap into current food trends and 'hot' ingredients such as barbeque pulled meats, cauliflower and courgettes. London's 'Street Feast' favourites , Rainbo, Le Bab, Holy Toast, The Hip Hop Chip Shop and Kin were identified and enlisted as the street food traders for the project while food bloggers Ren Behan, A Glug of Oil, A Mummy Too, A Life of Geekery and Amuse Your Bouche, offering a combined readership of over 100,000, were approached to offer a home cook take on pickling as well. All the food bloggers will be showcasing the recipes on their own blogs and the street food traders will support the project on their own social channels. To accompany the campaign Sarson's has created a number of 'how to' pickling videos, based on analysis of the most popular online searches around pickling. The videos feature more straightforward searched for recipes like pickled onions, but also cater to the more adventurous with pickled prunes and oriental vegetables recipes. Noa Hasegawa, Sarson's Brand Manager, says: "The art of pickling is having a resurgence and we are on a mission to prove that it isn't just for the older generation, but should be in every foodie's recipe book. Our decision to partner with these traders and bloggers perfectly reflects our strategy to highlight the quality of the Sarson's product to a wider audience, and reflects the behaviour of the modern day foodie, who looks to these people for culinary inspiration."
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