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Dartmouth Food Festival - 2017


Deli Dish of the Day: FINDING DARTMOUTH’S BEST HOME COOKS


SATURDAY 21ST OCTOBER


CLASSIC VICTORIA SPONGE CAKE: Bring your cake anytime between 12 and 2pm. Remember to label your cake with your name and mobile/home telephone number. If you wish you can include a sentence or two about why you consider yours to be ‘classic’.


We are looking for a perfect sponge (think texture, flavour, not too moist or too dry), and a filling which keeps its place and character once the actual cake has been assembled.


Judging. Will take place at 3.00pm and the winner announced at 4.00pm. You can collect your cake and/or plate any time


Sponsored by Smith Street Deli Community Café: Old Market Square


At Dartmouth Food Festival, it’s not all about the professional chefs. This year we are once again running our competition to find Dartmouth’s best home cooks.


Paul Greenfield and Alan Price, who run ‘Smith Street Deli’ have set a challenge to find the best home-made Victoria sponge cake (Saturday) and non-alcoholic cordial (Sunday).


Entry is simple. Bring your product to the Community Café in the corner of the Old Market Square on the day of the competition. A fabulous foodie hamper will be awarded for each day’s winner.


between 4.00pm and 4.30pm. SUNDAY 22ND OCTOBER


NON-ALCOHOLIC CORDIAL: Bring your cordial on the day between 12 and 2 pm.


Please use a glass bottle/container (we are a plastic free Festival) ready for us to dilute with water at the judging point. Remember to label it with your name, mobile/home telephone number and flavour, and feel free to advise on a recommended ratio of cordial to water to get us started.


Judging. Will take place at 3.00pm and the winner announced at 4.00pm. You can collect your bottle at any time between 4.00pm and 4.30pm.


FOR MORE INFORMATION AND HELPFUL HINTS SE OUR WEBsiTE: Ww.dartmouthfOdfestival.com/events Restaurant ~ Bar ~ Take Away


New Road, Stoke Fleming, Dartmouth,TQ60NR ~ 22nd July - 29th September


Now Taking Bookings 2 Course £16.50 - 3 Course £19.50


£5 pp Deposit is required minimum group booking of 4 persons 1st November - 23rd December


Christmas Day


Adults £65 Kids £32 N.Y.E


7pm Sitting £49.95pp To Book Call 01803-770007 Follow us on Social Media www.radius7.co.uk


A charming traditional pub on the edge of Bayards Cove


A warm and friendly atmosphere for a relaxed lunch, casual dinner or special occasion.


26 Lower Street, Bayards Cove, Dartmouth


01803 832903


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