Summer may be fading fast but don’t retreat indoors just yet – there are plenty of food festivals to check out this autumn. Here are seven of the best so you can start planning your next roadtrip.
With events happening all over the city, Manchester foodies can look forward to street food, supperclubs, Gaucho masterclasses, a Hawksmoor feast, live music and more. Head to the Albert Square Festival Hub for Fever-Tree cocktails and chef demos from Simon Rogan, Aiden Byrne and Iberica’s César Garcia.
The historic town of Ludlow celebrates local food and drink with three days of tasting trails, hands-on workshops, a young chefs competition, and a market showcasing over 180 independent producers.
The world’s oldest oyster festival celebrates its 61st birthday this year with the famous oyster opening contest, a masquerade ball, and a family-friendly day of live music, cookery demos and kids’ entertainment.
Can you handle the heat? Find out at London’s annual chilli festival in Shoreditch where locals can take part in cooking demos and shop at over 30 stalls selling spicy world foods and chilli sauces, jams and more.Continue Reading