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Dartmouth Food Festival - 2017 Eat Your Words


Inspirational chefs, producers, food communicators and changemakers come together for an exciting programme of talks, panel discussions and Q&A’s curated by food writer Anna Turns. Explore how food has the power to change lives for the better and join the conversation for some enticing food for thought.


Sessions will take place in the Flavel Church, opposite the Royal Avenue Gardens on the Saturday while the Sunday morning Kitchen Confidential session will be in the Chefs’ Demo tent in the Royal Avenue Gardens.


Saturday 21st october


10.00am -11.00am


11.15am -12.15pm


12.30pm -1.30pm


1.45pm -2.45pm


3.00pm -4.00pm


4.15pm -5.15pm


ENGLAND’S SEAFOOD COAST Devon’s rich seafood larder is considered world class. BBC Radio 4’s Dan Saladino chats to chef Mitch Tonks and Barry Young from Brixham fish market to reveal some hidden truths about the local catch of the day. Some local delicacies might surprise you.


WHAT’S IN A BOX? Giles Humphries and Myles Hopper, co-founders of The Mindful Chef recipe box and cookery book reveal how growing up in Devon inspired them to seek out the best food producers for their successful business. Food writer extraordi- naire Orlando Murrin quizzes them about their ethos.


FUSSY EATERS AND TABLE TANTRUMS Bring the whole family along to this Q&A session with chefs Jenny Chandler, Olia Hercules


and Henry Dimbleby. Discover the benefits of baby-led weaning, find out how to get your littles ones cooking and inspire your teenagers to become kitchen heroes, plus get some practical tips to avoid making food a battleground. Chaired by MANOR’s food editor Anna Turns.


PLOT 29: A LOVE STORY WITH LEAVES Observer Food Monthly editor Allan Jenkins, digs into his Devon river childhood as he talks to BBC Radio 4’s Dan Saladino.


HOW TO EAT WITH THE SEASONS AND GET MORE FROM YOUR FOOD Eco-chef and writer Tom Hunt’s root to fruit philosophy is more than just a trend. He discusses the importance of eating with the seasons with chef and author of Food for all Seasons,


Oliver Rowe and the UK’s Slow Food movement chairman, Shane Holland. Discover how to spend less, eat better and help save the planet, month by month.


SWEET AND SOUR Catherine Phipps, author of Citrus, sheds light on some unusual ingredients and makes citrus cocktails with Mark Diacono using quirky produce from East Devon’s Otter Farm.


SUNday 22nd october


10.15am -11.30am KITCHEN CONFIDENTIAL Sunday morning question time in the demo tent. Dan Saladino hosts this lively question and answer session with a talented panel of top chefs. Join Mitch Tonks, Matt Tebbutt, Angela Hartnett, Mark Hix and Romy Gill MBE and fire away with your behind-the-scenes questions and culinary queries. A glass of buck’s fizz and a breakfast snack will be provided.


Dartmouth Community Bookshop will be selling books related to the talks after each event (cash or cheque only).


Saturday session tickets cost £5 each (under 16s, free): An Eat Your Words day ticket is available at the reduced rate of £20 for all six sessions which does not include the Sunday session. Complimentary copies of Manor and Food & Travel magazines will be provided. Sunday Kitchen Confidential tickets (£10) include a glass of fizz and a breakfast snack. Book online www. dartmouthfoodfestival.com/events


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