We have been busy…
The Exmoor Food Fest preparations are gathering pace. We have just signed off a campaign on The Breeze starting on 4 January 2016 to shout out about a month long celebration of the best our region has to offer.
Participating restaurants will be offering two courses for £10.00/ three courses for £15.00, and we are finalising exciting events which include gin tasting, oyster and champagne feasts, evenings with local authors, dining experiences in unusual locations and so much more.
The Dunster Food Festival, which is taking over the whole of Dunster at the end of February, is going to be foodie heaven.
Fingers crossed we will be able to give you all the details about the Gourmet Trains which will be run by West Somerset Railway in February – all we can say at the moment is that award winning chefs will be cooking on these trains.
The website www.exmoorfoodfest.com will be updated regularly – please keep checking it out for the latest information.
The Exmoor Food Fest (or Exmoor4all for that matter) does not receive any official funding. Without the generous help from Arthur David – Food with Service we would not be able to run this food festival.
Thank you all for your ongoing support!
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Here are some of our upcoming events:
The Beatles and The Stones – The two bands that have defined popular music were often pitted against one another during the Sixties.
Richard Havers, who has written extensively about both bands and worked for them on various projects, delves into their enduring appeal and unravels some of the mystery as to what makes them so timeless. With music and photographs.
Tickets are available from The Culbone: Call 01643 862259
Exmoor on a Plate: Oysters & Champage
More details coming soon…. It will be a great opportunity to taste Porlock Oysters. Make sure you don’t miss out and book your place now.
Call 01643 862259 (The Culbone)
“Barn Food” with Claire’s Kitchen
An amazing meal in very unusual surroundings, that’s Claire’s Kitchen’s pop-up restaurant in one of the medieval barns at the Exmoor Owl & Hawk Centre in Allerford on 10 February. Tickets are selling fast – don’t leave it too late. Click here to book your place.
Photo of the Week
Early November morning. Photo by Bob Cowlard.