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17-18 SEP 22

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One of the stars of GBBO 2019, Michelle’s farm upbringing informs her whole approach to cooking and baking: thrifty, zero-waste and making the most

The food writer and Webber BBQ Ambassador cooks from her new book Motherland: A Jamaican Cookbook and talks about the history, the people, and

A chance to meet a series of local food growers, experts, producers and businesses from Abergavenny and the surrounding area, to hear the stories

Chair: Ruth Tudor – Writer, psychotherapist, farmer, Director of The Practice of the Wild  Panel: Henry Mance – Is a writer and journalist whose book

Some breakfast tips from the nation’s favourite taster-in-chief, and author of The Guardian’s How to Make the Perfect… columns. Red Sauce Brown Sauce:A British

A Southern States US road- trip 10 years ago introduced Sam and Shauna to American-style BBQ and launched the Hangfire story. They have done

  Is there a way that we can address food insecurity in Abergavenny with locally grown, nutritious food, and do so in a way

Adam Alexander – Author of The Seed Detective, film-maker and grower, Adam collects, rare vegetables to grow for seed including several varieties of Welsh heirlooms.

School of Wok is the title of Jeremy’s latest book and also the name of the award-winning cookery school he founded with the aim

The winner of  Masterchef : The Professionals Rematch 2021 demonstrates Katahar Poleko, A Nepalese way of cooking charred spiced jackfruit. Ayla: A Feast of

Explore the edible possibilities that trees provide with Rob Penn, author and project manager of Stump Up For Trees, a community-based tree planting initiative

Celebrating 20 years since they opened their first Tapas Bar in Cowbridge, brothers Tom and Owen  have now produced their first book during lockdown.

There is so much potential for beekeeping and honey production in Wales, yet we still import a large proportion of our honey. Drop in

Great local suppliers and an inventive menu has burger-lovers from all over beating a path to the door of Hills Brecon,  Owain’s family-run restaurant.

Post-war migrants from Britain’s former colonies have had the most transformative  impact on the eating out experience in Britain.  Chicken tikka masala is often

Chef Anna Shepherd and the Lea-Wilsons – the family behind Halen Môn sea salt – celebrate the most important (and often-misunderstood) ingredient in your

After training at Ballymaloe, Freddy landed jobs at Moro and The Square before opening Lido Bristol and then his own first restaurant. Little French

Music and spoken word from local artists, including the soothing voice and ethereal melodies of Natalie Holmes, Ben Cipolla’s blend of Jazz, Soul, and