Cancer researcher turned chefPippy Eats (aka Pippa Middlehurst) is a well-known foodie from Manchester who started her career running wildly popular noodle and dumpling clubs across the city.
During the lockdown, she launched an online marketplace where she began selling her own range of meal kits and specialty oils and sauces, which also included her famous homemade chilli oil.
As demand grew for this delicious condiment and Pippy’s customers literally ate it off the spoon, she also ditched her own noodle kits and ended up making batches of the oil at home in a 50-pound seismic pan. liters!
After a short break to reevaluate its small business strategy, the market is now open again for goodto the delight of loyal Pippy customers.
Taking to Instagram, she said: “I could never have scaled the way I did without the help of other people in the industry, who volunteered their time to give me advice and guidance. orientations, namely other women business owners – so, to pass that on, I decided to use my platform to support other women-owned businesses, and the Marketplace was born!
In the Pippy Eats Market, you’ll find Pippy’s own cookbooks, as well as some of his chef favorites, including Jason Wang, Mandy Yin and betty liu.
On top of that, you can buy her homemade chili oil, a wide range of ESEA pantry items, noodles, cookware, and products from independent women-run businesses.
To celebrate the relaunch of the store, Pippy is offering 10% off with code ‘RELAUNCH’. There will undoubtedly be more items debuting in the market, which focuses on East and Southeast Asian cuisine.
Pippy also regularly posts noodle recipes and wonderful cooking content on her Instagram page – where she shares her love and passion for authentic Chinese cuisine with the world. You can shop in the market below!