There’s plenty of food for thought, as well as to eat, at this year’s Dartmouth Food Festival from 23–25 October
Featuring over 120 of the finest food and drink exhibitors from across the South West (70% of which come from Devon) alongside a delicious programme of chef demonstrations, hands-on workshops, drinks seminars and tastings – the Dartmouth Food Festival is one of the few festivals that’s still free to enjoy.
Some guest chefs this year include Mitch Tonks, Matt Tebbutt and Mark Hix among local favourites Elly Wentworth, Jane Baxter, Romy Gill, Simon Hulstone and JP Bidart to name but a few.
If you want to get in on the action, book onto the popular kitchen workshops, run this year by Pipers Farm. Expect the unexpected, as well some old favourites returning.
Eat Your Words has an impressive line-up this year. With lively debates, you’ll want a front row seat. Some special guests in the line-up are: Henry Dimbleby, Guy Singh-Watson, Shane Holland and Genevieve Taylor who will open our minds with new ideas, encourage us to try something new, and answer our burning foodie questions.
Whatever your age or appetite, head to the Dartmouth Food Festival for a memorable food adventure.