8th March 2015

Wrist Bands and Tickets are now available from the Food Festival Box Office at the Town Hall.

Food and Drink Festival Wristband gains access into:

A Choice of 12 Best of Cumbria Tutored Tastings and Talks, Chef and Artisan demonstrations each day

A Choice of at least 4 drinks talks and tastings in Wainwright’s Yard each day.

Available to 18+ only

Special early bird discount of 15% on tickets bought before 15 February.

It’s back and it’s set to be bigger and better than ever before! Kendal Festival of Food is a seriously fun weekend for foodies of all ages.

On the menu….

England’s North Country Food and Drink Market with over 90 stalls

Best of Cumbria demonstrations with top chefs and artisans
Talks, Tastings and Masterclasses with Cumbria’s great food heroes
Wainwright’s Drinks Yard celebrating England’s North Country Beers and Spirits
Brewery Vat’s Bar Beer Festival showcasing great local ales
Festival Bring a Bake Competition hosted by AGA

And that’s just to whet your appetite…there’ll be live music, entertainment and lots more yummy surprises besides.

Hungry? Well grab yourself a Festival Wristband today and you can enjoy a tasty saving too!

Demonstrations, talks and tastings include:

Here is a glance at some of the wonderful treats in store for you: An opportunity to start the day with a coffee and Carvetii; look at cheese through the ages with Mrs Kirkham’s, celebrate the Cumberland Sausage low all about cooking with Rabbit or learn the secrets of sour dough from develop a brand new loaf with Simon Thomas, alongside some of Cumbria’s top chefs including get cheeky with local produce and Justin Woods of the award winning Castle Green Hotel; see some amazing ice-creams with the renowned Food Historian Ivan Day, get creative with Connor Toomey of Storrs Hall who will all inspire and delight you with their fabulous cookery demonstrations.

In Wainwright’s Drinks Yard enjoy a Fizzy Workshop testing Prosecco, English sparkling wine and champagne, celebrate Kendal’s mintcake heritage with the new Mintcake liqueur, talk and taste wine in a short fun lesson with Lancashire wine school or try beer or two from Old School Brewery..


8th March 2015

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