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Food Fairs and Festivals

Food Fairs and Festivals

Postby Camela » 18 Oct 2013 17:45

Just got home from a lovely trip to the Love Food Fair at Windsor Racecourse. So nice to be able to taste before buying and talk to the people who set up the company or work with the producers. It was clear that there are people who are passionate about what goes into their products. My friend and I are now determined to go to more of these events. Anyone else have any thoughts on this?
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Postby Borneo » 18 Oct 2013 18:08

Birmingham NEC BBC good food show usually November quite big . Has the big names and local food and a cooking theatre . Also wine arena . I have been a number of times and really enjoyed . Very long and tiring day though .
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Postby Mungo » 18 Oct 2013 18:31

I have a local one. It's held early in October each year.

http://www.broadstairsfoodfestival.org.uk/
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Postby Barry » 18 Oct 2013 18:34

Been to BBC food shows @ Birmingham and Glasgow (Brum is best)

As 'foodies' we regularly visit festivals, farmers markets etc the freezer box is a regular fixture in the back of the car ;)

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