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28th & 29th September Open Evening


TICKETS are on sale for Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival 2019, which is taking place over the weekend of September 28th and 29th. Set next to the stunning reed


beds bordering the River Alde, this popular food festival is held in the historic and beautiful Snape Maltings, Suffolk, home of Aldeburgh Music. Consistently listed in the top ten food and drink festivals in the UK, it is highly regarded by both visitors and chefs alike. In a recent independent survey, previous visitors said they love the relaxed, friendly atmosphere and the opportunity to try (and buy) top quality food and drinks from the producers. East Anglia is known for


its abundance of fantastic quality produce, the landscape providing


the perfect


environment for a variety of harvest. The role Suffolk plays in providing the rest of England with this produce is apparent throughout the festival. The festival is not for profit, celebrating the very best of the county’s produce, farmers, growers, food and drink. It aims to encourage a connection between people and the environment they live in. Visiting chefs and speakers The festival welcomes a host


of the country’s leading chefs and even a visitor from across the pond. They join experts from across the food industry to host thought-provoking talks,


cookery demonstrations and masterclasses. New to the festival this year


are 3rd generation restaurateur and chef Kwoklyn Wan who will be demonstrating a recipe from his first book ‘The Chinese Takeaway Cookbook’; self- taught chef and author Selina Periampillai bringing some sunshine to Snape with her Indian Ocean Island Cooking masterclass; food writer and stylist Georgina Hayden; TV cook and author Jo Pratt hosting Flexible Pescatarian masterclass and Jess Shadbolt, co-head chef at King, New York. We are delighted to welcome


back Bake-Off favourite Chetna Makan, popular Masterchef winners Tim Anderson and Kenny Tutt, Italian-Yorkshireman


Joe


Hurd, best-selling food writer Rosie Birkett and chef and restaurateur Thomasina Miers. Not forgetting our amazing


local talent including award- winning chef Richard Bainbridge of Benedict’s in Norwich and Michelin-starred Galton Blackiston of Morston Hall Hotel. What’s On This year, the Festival promises to deliver a jam- packed weekend of fabulous food and drink adventures, from tastings and demonstrations to ‘roll up your sleeves and get stuck in’ masterclasses. Over the weekend, the


Tiptree and Co-op stages each have a full programme of demonstrations and speakers. The Masterclass marquee will be stuffed full of wonderful ingredients in readiness for our visiting chefs creations. The hugely popular and now well established Wild Suffolk area will showcase the seasonal abundance of naturally growing produce available from the Suffolk countryside and coast. A festival favourite, the Adnams Drinks Experience hosts a daily programme of events featuring Jack Adair Bevan and local producers and experts. In the Pond Gallery there will be tutored tastings with the chocolate makers of Pump Street. Hillfarm Meadow returns to


delight all the family with fun and games as well as a gigantic combine, toy tractors, face painting, hands on rapeseed oil pressing and Cook’s School who will be holding children’s cooking classes. An exciting addition this


year is the Marriage’s Baking Room where we will be indulging in all things baked


including Chetna Makan’s Indian bread and James Moreton’s sourdough. The weekend also marks


the start of our two-week Fringe Festival with a long list of invitations to join themed events and visit farmers, restaurateurs and food manufacturers at their own premises. For full details of both Festival and Fringe visit www. aldeburghfoodanddrink.co.uk. Festival tickets can be purchased online in advance or at the gate during the festival weekend. Adult tickets: £9 for a day ticket £16 for a weekend ticket. Tickets include a Festival programme and cotton shopping bag. Children under 15 have free entrance. Masterclass tickets can be purchased online but sell out very quickly. For more information go to


www.aldeburghfoodanddrink. co.uk or contact the show organiser Brown


Jess jessbrown@ aldeburghfoodanddrink.co.uk


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