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A huge thank you to over four thousand yuletide enthusiasts who joined us for the Christmas Food and Drink Fair on Sunday 11th December.

Dom Jacobs began working in hospitality as a bartender at Epernay, a champagne and cocktail bar, during his second year at Leeds University. Upon graduating he became the General Manager of Epernay and absolutely loved it.

Simon and Kate King are the proud owners of Restaurant 1861 in Cross Ash, Abergavenny.

We are delighted to announce that Aine Morris joins the Festival as our new CEO.

Abergavenny local, Rachael Watson, is a home taught baker and a local GP. A very multifaceted woman. She runs one day classes where you can pick up top tips on baking breads from all around the world.

In 2003 Chris Harrod and his wife Kirsty followed their dream of ownin

We caught up with the multi award winning Purple Poppadom chef, Anand George at the Street Food Circus in Cardiff to find out a little more about the inspiration behind his contemporary Indian dishes and get a taste of what he’ll be cooking in the Market Hall on Saturday 17 Sept.

This year we have joined forces with our principal sponsor Cardiff Airport to launch an exciting competition!

Bar 44 restauranteur, Owen Morgan's event was one of our first sell outs this year, and we can see why. He talks to us about Spanish cooking and what he is looking forward to at our Festival...

1. What inspired you to bring Spanish cooking to Wales?

With a new restaurant  launch, a new cookbook and a ninth MasterChef:The Professionals series to come, Monica Galetti is a busy lady.

The Godfather of Spanish cooking in the UK talks to us about what he's looking forward to at Abergavenny Food Festival this year. He may be a self-confessed Londoner, but José is very much looking forward to his stint in Wales, headlining the Festival. 

We pride ourselves on bringing the best names from around the culinary world to our market town of Abergavenny, but that’s not all we’re proud of. Did you know we do a lot more than put on a weekend of food and drink?

Abergavenny Food Festival enthusiast Rufus Carter is the Paté Pioneer from Patchwork Traditional Food Company. Rufus was appointed as a True Taste Ambassador in 2005.

There's been a lot of dicussion on the 'food scene' lately around the subject of why it's beneficial for children to help in the kitchen and become more involved in the preparation of food.

Abergavenny Food Festival announces the full line up for 2016 with a distinctively international flavour. September 17, 18 will once again welcome thousands of visitors to the beautiful market town to sample the best international food and drink here in Wales.

We've created a handy map to showcase our international line-up! This year is going to be better than ever and full of international flavours... 

Festival friend Jane Baxter has been attending the Festival for about ten years, she claims it’s the ‘best Festival in the world for lots of reasons…’

Abergavenny Food Festival is giving one lucky food enthusiast the chance to win a VIP Festival experience.

The blog is back for this year’s Festival and what better person to introduce the festivities and get us all excited than Festival favourite Cyrus Todiwala! 

Sunday 13 December saw thousands flood into Abergavenny for the Christmas Food and Drink Fair. Spread over three venues, the Fair boasted more than 80 stallholders, family friendly workshops, local chef demonstrations and the best in festive food, drink and entertainment.