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Summer may be all but over, but there’s still much to celebrate this month.
September marks harvest time and SUE TAYLOR has picked 6 food-themed events, close to Club Sites, that involve indulging in and celebrating Britain’s abundant home-grown fayre.
The town’s castle plays host to the popular Ludlow Food Festival which attracts the very best local food and drink producers from Shropshire and the Marches. See demonstrations and talks, take part in workshops or master classes, or simply pick up a tasty morsel or two from the 180-or-so exhibitors.
Nearest Club Site: Wolverley
Dorset’s finest food and drink producers, live demonstrations from top chefs, including Michael Caines and Mitch Tonks, and one-off supper clubs are just a taster of what to expect at this year’s Food Rocks event. To kick it all off top chef Mark Hix will serve up a five-course rustic feast at the Glenarm Estate Beef supper club on Friday 7 September.
Nearest Club Site: Moreton
The 10-day York Food Festival will provide the opportunity to sample local produce as well as Viking age food and Syrian cuisine. You can learn to make bread, cheese and pasta or how to preserve fish at the new Food Factory and then enjoy a glass of something cool in the beer tent with live music until 9pm.
Nearest Club Site: Sheriff Hutton
The long-standing Abergavenny Food Festival returns with a programme of tutored tastings, demos from top chefs, tours and forages as well as big parties. And, for some good old-fashioned gluttony, there’s a choice of four amazing menus.
Nearest Club Site: Rhandirmwyn
Enjoy home-made fayre at a food festival this month
The popular Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival returns with 100 food and drink stalls and a programme of live demonstrations and talks from celebrity chefs and food experts including Prue Leith. Under the watchful guidance of helpful experts you can try pasta making, bread making, and even take part in chocolate tastings.
Nearest Club Site: Kessingland
SUE TAYLOR | 24 August 2018