Things you must do at this years Abergavenny Food Festival

Date:Friday 8th September 2017
Time: 
Location: Black Mountains Smokery
Price: £16.50

Don’t miss the opportunity to gain an insight into the history of curing and smoking and traditional processes at Black Mountains Smokery. During the tour, you will be shown the workings of their kilns for hot and cold oak smoking as well as a demonstration of hand slicing smoked salmon. There will also be a tutored tasting of their award winning smoked foods including serving ideas with specially selected accompaniments. 

Finally, you’ll be given time in their showroom to view a range of hampers and to find out more about the producers we work closely with. Not to mention, you’ll also get a complimentary pack of something smokey to take away and the opportunity to purchase more!

There will be two tours taking place at 11:00 and 14:00. The tour will last between one hour and an hour and a half.

Enjoy a GW Scott Picinc!

When?  Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th September

Time: 08:00 – 21:30
Location: Linda Vista Gardens
Price: £10 – £18

GW Scott opened its first store in London in 1661, and in 1851 we invented the wicker picnic basket for the Great Exhibition at the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park. As a fine example of enduring British craftsmanship, GW Scott hampers are produced entirely within the UK using the only finest British materials and the best local craftsmen. So, this year, we’re delighted that they have decided to bring a picnic to the Abergavenny Food Festival.

Enjoy this outdoor dining experience in the tranquil Linda Vista Gardens. Sit in their British-woven blankets and enjoy one of their handcrafted baskets full of British-made products. GW Scott source all of their ingredients from their favourite artisans throughout the country, some of whom you can find at the festival.

With breakfast, lunch and dinner available, there’s never a bad time for a picnic! Buy your tickets here.

Expand your veg horizons with Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall

When? Friday 15th September- 19:30 – 20:30
Where? Borough theatre
How much? £16.50

The nation’s favourite food hero and anti-waste campaigner will be talking about his extraordinary life in food; from his early years as a messy young chef at London’s River Café, to his current status as a global activist. At this event, Hugh will talk about his mission to increase our veg consumption and expand our veg horizons. Fuelled by his passionate belief that plant foods should be the dominant force in our kitchens, his brand new book – River Cottage: Much More Veg – features no cheese, butter, cream, eggs or refined flours. Instead, Hugh has plundered the plant kingdom, using veg, fruit, grains, pulses, nuts, seeds, spices and herbs to produce a cornucopia of delicious, satisfying and life-enhancing recipes.

Hugh will be on hand to sign copies of the book, which is the much anticipated follow up to River Cottage Veg Every Day – the #1 bestselling meat-free cookbook of all time. Tickets here. 

Take part in a masterclass to improve your culinary skills!

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