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Dartmouth Food Festival - 2017 Local Heroes


Hosted by Philip Watts, local chef and passionate promoter of local food, these are a series of intimate and informal demonstrations showcasing some of the best produce, producers, businesses and chefs in the South Hams. Tastings will be included in each session.


Sessions will be held in the Community Café in the Old Market Square. More information can be found on our website. Tickets £5 are available via our website www.dartmouthfoodfestival.com/events


Please note children must be accompanied by an adult. Saturday 21st October


Saturday 21st October


10.30am -11.15am 11.30am - 12.15pm 12.30pm - 1.15pm


FUDGE MAKING Roly’s Fudge MAKING THE PERFECT PIE Piestro


CHEESE - PERFECT PAIRINGS AND RECIPES Quicke’s Cheese


Sunday 22nd October XXXX Xxxx


12.30pm -1.45pm


11.30am -12.15pm PERFECTING THE ART OF COFFEE MAKING Owens Coffee 12.30pm - 1.15pm


CHILLI TASTING CHALLENGE South Devon Chilli Farm 2.00pm - 2.45pm


DAY IN THE LIFE OF A BUTCHER Dartmouth Butchers: Accompanied by Sunday Lunch on a skewer!


Rotary Young Chef Competition 2017


3.00pm - 3.45pm 2.00pm - 2.45pm


SPICY CURRY SAUCES Ankur Biswas TO BE CONFIRMED - CHECK WEBSITE FOR DETAILS


Dartmouth Rotary Club and Dartmouth Academy


There is a great opportunity for students from Dartmouth Academy, on their GCSE course for Food Technology, to enter a National Competition. Rotary International run an annual competition of four rounds and Dartmouth Rotary Club organise the local heat to coincide with our wonderful Dartmouth Food Festival in October.


The students get shortlisted and then allocated to top chefs from different restaurants and hotels around town for mentoring. The task is to create a nutritious, attractive two course meal on a tight budget and prepare it in two hours. Their meals complete with menu cards, are then


set before a panel of judges made up of chefs and local dignitaries.


The winner and runner up from our heat will then go forward to the District round and from there a chance to get to the prestigious national final.


So why not come along to support these talented and ambitious young chefs on what could be the start of a brilliant career?


Thursday October 19th: 5.00-6.00pm: Demonstration Kitchen, Royal Avenue Gardens: Judging and presentation of awards.


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