There’s something for everyone at the forthcoming Vegan Festivals from Vegan Events UK this Summer. These popular family events, held at venues up and down the country include a feast of mouth wateringly delicious food, a wide range of fantastic stalls, world food caterers, exciting cookery demos, inspirational talks, interactive workshops, yoga and children's activities running throughout the day. And there are lots of exciting foods and other products not available in the shops.
Food and Drink
Cakes and Food
For one day only – Friday 23rd March – The Vegan Treat Stop by Baileys Almande, pops up in Soho Square and invites dairy-free dessert devotees to pop in for an indulgent classic dessert with a vegan twist.
The Vegan Treat Stop appears hot on the heels of research, commissioned to mark the launch of Baileys Almande, which revealed that iconic desserts such as Cheesecake, Eton mess and banoffee pie are what the nation’s vegans miss the most when ditching the dairy.
This week, the first British Dal Festival kicks off in Bristol with events to celebrate the magic of dal – dishes based on split pulses – taking place across the city between Monday 19th and Sunday 25th March.
The British Dal Festival will culminate in a Grand Dal Finale at Paintworks, Bristol on Sunday 25th March. Celebrate and feast on dal of all kinds, with dal-icious vibes and music to reflect the diversity, versatility and deliciousness of dal and the pulses that make it.
DUNKERY Beacon Country House Hotel on Exmoor is helping raise funds for invaluable conservation and access projects on the moor by holding a ‘Taste of the Moor’ evening in March (2018).
As part of the new Exmoor Dining Club, top chef and co-owner of the multi-award-winning hotel, John Bradley will be supporting the National Park by hosting the event championing produce from the area.
A FOOD festival designed to help showcase Exmoor’s top food producers takes place this month (February, 2018) and a restaurant in Bridgwater is backing the event. The River Parrett Restaurant will be joining other top, award-winning restaurants in the area offering specially priced menus during February 2018 to encourage diners to eat out as part of the Exmoor Food Fest.
John Kay, Head Chef at The River Parrett Restaurant, said: “We’re very excited to be part of the 2018 Exmoor Food Fest, which runs until February 28.
THE TEAM at a Devon pub are celebrating again today (February 2, 2018) after receiving a second prestigious accolade this week. The Swan at Bampton was presented with a highest climber award at the 2018 ‘Estrella Damm’ Top 50 Gastropub Awards on Monday and won gold at the South West Tourism Excellence Awards in Torquay.
The Eat & Drink Festival 2018 is back for its second year at Olympia London from 17 March to 2 April. Advance ticket prices start from as little as £14 for weekday adult tickets and children aged 15 and under go free.
Celebrating the best of food and drink, the Eat & Drink Festival 2018 brings together street food vendors, artisan food producers, top food brands as well as experts in cuisines from around the world and mixologists. From late night dining to shopping for fresh produce, there’s something to everyone’s taste.
Charity Rosemere Cancer Foundation is to have its own fundraising locally produced gin to be sold as a tonic for its 20 Years Anniversary Appeal and launched at a fundraising evening that will celebrate the life of a supporter, who helped to come up with the idea.
A limited run of the fruity gin will be made by Brindle Distillery, Brindle, for Copa Fizz under their label and sell bottles at £45 each.