In the spring of 2010, Zoe Adjonyoh was living out of an unfurnished studio in Hackney Wick. Peering out of her window, she noticed how thousands were flocking to Hackney Wick’s Art Festival and wondered where all these weary revellers were coming from, and if their stomachs were growling with hunger. Never one to miss an opportunity, Adjonyoh sourced a portable stove and started serving up her infamous peanut butter stew to festival-goers. Before she knew it, she had winding queues around the block.