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The Great Bath Feast Pavillion Bringing A Packed Programme of Activity To The Heart of The City
Enticing smells will tantalise taste buds in Stall Street in a range of events with live demonstrations, talks, competitions and tastings to kick off The Great Bath Feast.
Hosted by BBC Radio Bristol with support from the Bath Chronicle and Wellsway Bath all events are fun and free. The Pavilion is one of 100+ events programmed during the Great Bath Feast which runs throughout the month of October.
The Bath Chronicle will celebrate their radical redesign by inviting people to decorate a cupcake from the 6th – 10th October (watch website for timings). Upload a picture of your very own cupcake to any Bath Chronicle social media websites Facebook/Twitter/Instagram for a chance to win one of their great prizes.
Rob Clayton from The Porter demonstrates his most popular dishes while Gary Rosser, of the Scallop Shell fishmonger and seafood deli shares fishy secrets. Bini Ludlow, who set up the Sweet Cumin Indian Cookery School is creating delicious spicy dishes from her kitchen and Charlie Digney from one of the top pubs in Bath, The King William will demonstrate recipes for autumn comfort food.
Top hotel chefs such as Chris Cleghorn from the Olive Tree (which has no less than three AA rosettes) and Michelin starred chef Sam Moody of the Bath Priory will show you how the pros do it. If you've ever thought of DIY butchery come to see how the Cowshed handle venison Miller & Carter present a master class on steak.
How hot can you handle it? Take on Bath Rugby team in a chilli eating competition with Chillies from Upton Cheyney Chilli Farm, Bath Rugby come hot from their amazing victory over Leicester Tigers – will they be as brave tackling those hot chillis? For discussing the science and art behind the perfect coffee brew meet Maxwell Colonna-Dashwood, the UK’s champion barista from Colonna and Smalls. Learn how to make great Sushi with Henry Mugrihg from Yo Sushi in Milsom Place and join the quest to find The Great Bath Feast Bartender of the Year 2014 as the contestants mix, muddle, shake and serve their drinks to get their prize.
Bath has spawned numerous interesting foodie businesses; the latest being Fungi Fruits, an urban mushroom farm using recycled coffee grounds as a sustainable substrate. Meet the founder and learn more about his inspired idea.
Daniel Moon, Ston Easton Park’s head chef, will demonstrate his culinary skills using produce from their Victorian Kitchen Gardens and The Bath Pub Company will showcase the best in food & drink from their three outstanding gastropubs: The Chequers, The Marlborough Tavern and The Hare & Hounds. Expect interactive demos and tasty samples.
Local culinary stars will showcase their skills in the chefs theatre over the weekends (4th and 5th ; and 11th and 12th October) - please consult greatbathfeast.co.uk for timings of demonstration sessions:
Rob Clayton from the Porter; Garry Rosser from the Scallop, Shell Bini Ludlow founder of Sweet Cumin Cookery school, Charlie Digney of the King William Gastropub; The Cowshed; Sam Moody from The Bath Priory; Sintija Dzelzite from Carluccios;
Miller & Carter; Henry Mugrihg from Yo Sushi in Milsom Place; Leigh Evans from The Chequers; David Campbell from The Royal Crescent Hotel; Hrishikesh Desai from Lucknam Park Cookery School; Daniel Moon from Ston Easton Park; Emma Carpenter from the Hare and Hounds; Noya of Noya’s Kitchen and Richard Buckley of The Acorn Kitchen
Programme and dates and times are subject to alteration – please visit greatbathfeast.co.uk for more information.