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Devon - the festival attracts visitors from near and far to browse from a wide selection of sumptuous food and drink and buy direct from the growers, makers, bakers and brewers. Stands selling breads, cheeses, meats, drinks, wines, beers, chocolate, flapjack, cake, chutneys, oils and much more will be available from 10am each day.


Taking over the town from the South Embankment,


through the heart of the Royal Avenue Gardens, to the old Market, the Festival celebrates the kind of art we all love the taste of. There are stalls a plenty with something to suit everyone’s taste, from Café Alf Resco, Taco Shack, Miso Tree to name just a few that we’re excited about this year. The festival plays host to over 20 chef demonstrations from TV Chefs to other talented, inspirational figures and local food heroes - you will not be disappointed with what you see.


Also returning is the popular Eat Your Words – a


series of conversations with food journalists, writers, chefs and other experts fuelled with some delicious tastings held on Saturday 21st October


Hosted by Guild of Food Writers’ member Anna


Turns – the events will see Dan Saladino from Radio 4 at the helm and a fishy debate with Mitch Tonks plus a discussion with Allan Jenkins about his memoir, Plot 29, which recalls his childhood in Devon.


“A heady mix of celebrity chefs, parties, food markets, tasting shacks and demonstrations”


Susy Atkins, the famed author and broadcaster will also be returning. She says: “I love Dartmouth and I totally volunteered to be part of it. The South West is so great at promoting its best produce and I’ve made it my personal business to try and promote drinks more. I be hosting some drinks seminars at Browns Hotel which I love.”


The Guardian newspaper describes the Festival as


‘One of the Top Ten food festivals in the UK.’ Whilst The Telegraph says, ‘it is a heady mix of celebrity chefs, parties, food markets, tasting shacks and demonstrations.’


Orlando Murrin will also be chairing a talk with the founders of The Mindful Chef and Mark Diacono joins Catherine Phipps to create some citrusy concoctions with exotic Otter Farm produce.


Tom Hunt and Oliver Rowe join Shane Holland to discuss seasonal eating and how best to put root-to-


fruit eating into practice. Plus, Anna will be


chairing a family-friendly Q&A session with Jenny Chandler and Olia Hercules titled Fussy Eaters and Table Tantrums, so come along to get some top tips from the experts about how we can engage our children better in the kitchen from a very young age.


It is no surprise that the festival is now a landmark


event on the culinary calendar. It is free to attend and with over 120 hand-picked exhibitors and 40 new exhibitors – 2017 looks set to be the biggest year yet and we can’t wait to see you there.


More information at www.dartmouthfoodfestival.com


Photos by original image www.oiphoto.co.uk


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