Win one of Two Food Festival Family Tickets!

Powderham Food Festival returns from 6 – 7 October and this year’s festival is set to be bigger and better than ever with an impressive line-up of top chefs, including star of The Hungry Sailors, James Strawbridge. Devon broadcaster, Judi Spiers, will be hosting the chefs’ theatre across the weekend where you can watch inspiring cooking demonstrations and learn from the best chefs in the region. Set against the backdrop of the beautiful Powderham Castle, chef and author, James Strawbridge, will be joined at the two day celebration of South West food and drink by acclaimed patisserie chef Colin Bennett, Ashley Wright, Head Chef at the award winning Horn of Plenty and respected Chef Director at the Ashburton Cookery School, Darrin Hosegrove.

Take part in the Great Devon Chilli Challenge or watch smokin’ hot demonstrations in the Theatre of Fire and Smoke, hosted by barbeque legends Simon Dyer and John Gower. Young ones are also well catered for with a chance to get hands on with cooking demonstrations led by the Fun Kitchen, or sit back and enjoy comedian, Dan the Hat.

Judi Spiers added: “We’re so lucky to live in a region which boasts such great produce and this weekend which celebrates the very best of our South West larder is one not to be missed.”

Devon foodies will not want to miss out on this opportunity to enjoy tasty food, live music and discover new artisan products from over 150 exhibitors.
Adult tickets start at £7.50 with family tickets (two adults and up to three children) starting at £17. For tickets and more information visit www.powderhamfoodfestival.com

Entrants must be residents of Exeter, East Devon, Mid Devon, or South Devon. All other entries will be disqualified.

Terms & conditions: Competitions close 20/09/18. Entrants must be aged 18 or older. General terms & conditions can be found here.

Author: Jake

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