Richard Hunt, Master Chef with Liz Lawson, MD of Lawsons and Flavour Fest Kitchen Theatre MC
“Psst, Richard – the cook book’s upside down!”
Chris Penk of Cornwall College with some awfully large knives
Peter Gorton and Jacques Marchal in the Cookery Workshop marquee. Think they’ll learn much?!
Not the most flattering photo of the very nice lady from South Devon Chilli farm. Sorry!
Go on, have some cheese!
This man sells nothing but park scratchings. Dad Heaven.
Yes, that sign does say Marmite Fudge. What is wrong with some people?!
Who knew there’s so many types of liquorice?!
Afternoon tea at The Moorland Garden Hotel? Don’t mind if we do!
Lovely smiley man at Bread of Devon. Lovely yummy bread, too.
Slightly scared of this stall.
“We’re at Flavour Fest, we have 11 bottles of toffee vodka, and we’re wearing sunglasses.” “Hit it!”
The very aptly named Big Bakes Bakery. Quite possibly the biggest cakes known to man. Look at the Jammy Dodgers!
The bar is open. Huzzah! Now, where’s the man with the pork scratchings?
We love Plymouth Tea. We love it so much we sell it in our stores 🙂
Burger or roast pork? How are you supposed to choose?!
Just what you need on a hot day. Make mine a raspberry cosmopolitan!
Cheese and prosecco and lovely smiley people. What more do you need?
Is that a lemon or a doorstop?!
Well, you can’t have a food festival in Plymouth without crab and lobster, can you?
A venison and game cheeseburger. Genius or sacriledge?
Hello! Everyone’s so lovely and friendly 🙂
That chap must get bored just sitting on a haybale all day.
It’s not all local dishes at Plymouth Flavour Fest!
More cheese! Mmm cheese…
That’s a lot of crepes!
Isn’t it a bit too early for Christmas Pudding?
Still can’t get my head around them being called ‘chips’. But we’ll forgive Burts, coz they’re the best
crisps chips around!
Coconut Water – it’s the next big thing, apparently. These guys were very popular, the biggest queue of the day. And their knife-wielding skills were rather impressive, too!
Pigs in Duvets – very posh!
Cookery workshops – get the kids in the kitchen!
There’s so much fantastic produce right on our doorstep – we’re so lucky!
They do much more than apples, strawberries and honey at Tamar Grow Local – go in the big marquee and ask them!