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NEWS Foodie Events


Chefs, Champagne and Cuttlefish 8 & 9 July 2017


Pommery Dorset Seafood Festival is celebrating its 10th year and is pulling out all the stops. Te award winning and free-to-attend event will be offering incredible seafood, a host of celebrity chefs and family activities for all ages. Located in


Weymouth’s picturesque harbour, the festival is home to the region's top seafood producers, fishermen and chefs raising funds for the Fishermen’s Mission. Te festival explores the journey seafood takes from sea to plate,


allowing visitors to learn from the experts about the industry, whilst eating and drinking their way around the historic harbour. A festival exclusive, Fishy Tales is a live and interactive celebrity seafood discussion panel. Te panel of famous guests will discuss a smorgasbord of fishy


topics from catching to


cooking. Jeremy Paxman and Mitch Tonks are just two of the top names already confirmed. To book tickets for Fishy Tales; www.dorsetseafood.co.uk


WOOD FIRED CELEBRATIONS


Set in the whimsical gardens on the Heligan Estate in Cornwall, Woodfired Canteen have teamed up with Te Lost Gardens of Heligan for an interactive supper club you'll want to keep a secret and savour just for yourself. An exciting collaboration


between passionate horticulturalists and Cornish chefs, guests are immersed into a shared experience as Heligan staff share their green- fingered stories in the very gardens that inspire their tales, whilst enjoying an unique and interactive menu cooked over fire. Te stories quite literally rise from the ashes as guests enjoy a truly


unforgettable culinary experience brought to life through the medium of food, location and enchanting storytelling. As the nights continue to lighten and warm, the Woodfired Canteen


will delve deeper into the gardens for their array of summer suppers – join them on one of the following dates; 31 May, 21 June, 28 June, 23 July, 15 August & 27 August. To book tickets; www.canteencornwall.com


8 | THE WEST COUNTRY FOODLOVER FROGMARY GREEN FARM


SUMMER BBQ 17 June 2017


Frogmary Green Farm will be host to a fantastic evening of summer fun with their first Summer barbecue on Saturday 17 June. Te evening’s entertainment will be set by Frogmary’s stunning pond amongst the trees and wildlife with live music, a bar and a wonderful selection of barbecue favourites using locally sourced produce, salads and puddings. Set in a fresh, beautiful countryside surrounding with great music and food, there is no better way to spend a summer evening. Entry is from 7pm on the evening and tickets are £12 To book, visit; www.cookitatfrogmary.co.uk or by telephoning 01460 249758.


Grillstock Festival 2017 1 & 2 July 2017


Te meat, music & mayhem returns as Bristol hosts the 8th Grillstock BBQ & Music Festival – the biggest, smokiest and meatiest festival outside the US. Te heart and soul of Grillstock is ‘King of the Grill’, a huge


two-day, US-style, low & slow BBQ Competition with thirty teams battling it out over the smoky coals to be crowned Grand Champion. “Competition BBQ needs to be your new favourite hobby. It’s a


legitimate excuse to hang out with your mates, playing with fire, cooking meat and drinking beer & bourbon for 48 hours. And if you compete at Grillstock, you get to listen to some awesome live music too.” said Ben Merrington, Grillstock co-founder. It’s not just all about the meat as Grillstock also boasts multiple


music stages with over 30 live music acts and DJs, dozens of food trucks, street theatre, BBQ masterclasses, eating competitions and plenty of festival bars to help wash everything down.


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