Set in the stunning backdrop of the National Trust’s Clumber Park in Worksop on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st September, the Festival of Food and Drink returns with a delicious celebration of mouthwatering delights.
From Artisan produce to craft beers and specialist wines, specialist foods and award winning producers, there’s a delicious platter of amazing flavours for you to try and buy.
Head to the Cookery Theatre to see live demonstrations and classes by celebrity chefs such as This Morning’s Phil Vickery (Sat only) and Marcus Bean (Sun only). They will be joined by reality cookery TV finalists Great British Bake Off’s Cathryn Dresser (Sun only) and Masterchef’s Jackie Kearney, with more names to be added to the star studded line-up.
New for 2014 are a series of exciting master classes for adults as well as children. There is also the Beautiful Things marquee, which will showcase stunning gifts, art and homewares.
With live music, family entertainment, and plenty of amazing street food vendors to keep your taste buds tantalised, soak up the fantastic atmosphere while sampling some of the finest food and drink produced in the UK.
Tickets start from just £6 for adults in advance with free entry for children under 8 years old. Family tickets are also available and advance bookings also received free parking at Clumber Park. For more info, visit www.festivaloffoodanddrink.co.uk
Just a few of the recipes from the show:
The freshness of the dish really made an impact on me, tasty clean flavours all working well together. Also this dish is gluten free, something that is close to my heart.
The flavours here are really powerful. The salmon is sweet and succulent, whilst the chutney is minty and powerful, but together they are very well matched. If you can leave the salmon overnight to marinate all the better.