Foodies Festival at Tatton Park

Foodies Festival at Tatton Park

Masterchef winner Simon Wood will be among the most popular cooks, who has been creating their own innovative dishes at the 2015 festival, which starts on 17th July.

After all, this festival calls all the foodies. Well, this festival is coming to the region that you will never want to give amiss.

The suitably named Foodies Festival will be back to Tatton Park on next weekend and there will a traffic jam packed line-up of varieties of all cooking demonstrations, culinary delights and more to celebrate on the eve of the event’s 10th anniversary.

With around 25,000 visitors who were attended the festival in 2014, that’s why organisers have extended this year’s event with adding new food and drink theatres for longer opening hours and even increased the size of the popular Street Food Avenue and Artisan Producers’ Market.

Masterchef 2015 winner Simon Wood will cook his award winning dishes from the series in the Aga Rangemaster Chefs’ Theatre. Apart from these other top chefs will be going to appear over the amazing weekend of July 17 to 19 in the Chefs Theatre; which includes:

David Mooney: New Moon Pub

Tim Anderson: MasterChef Winner of 2011

Sean Wilson: Ex Coronation Street Star

Luke Own: MasterChef Finalist in 2011

Katy B: Little Miss Meat Free

Norman Musa: Ning

Helen & Lisa Tse: Sweet Maandarin

Yang Sing Culinary Team

Rahilla Hussain: Food Glorious Food Winner

Jackie Kearney: Hungry Gecko

Here, visitors can able to look forward for toasting the Foodies’ big year at the new Wine and Champagne Theatre, where you can enjoy sipping on this season’s finest wines and bubblies with well-known experts Neil Phillips and Charles Metcalfe, while beer expert Melissa Cole is on hand with master classes in food and beer matching located at the New Craft Beer Theatre.

There will also be a new tasting venue, with the hands-on masterclasses in sausage making, tea sampling and cider brewing and chocolate experts Coeur de Xocolat evens host ‘How to Sniff Chocolate like a Rockstar’ and ‘Chocolate Safari’ masterclasses.

If you are a baking fan, street food enthusiast or you want to keen on the taste flavours from around the world will also be well catered for, with over 200 artisan producers during the festival.
To accompany the entire food, live music, you can make a visit to Captain Morgan’s Mojito Galleon in order to add the more fun factor.

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