The first annual Northern Lincolnshire Food and Drink Festival will take place at The Baths Hall, Scunthorpe on Sunday, July 19.
SMG Europe has teamed up with celebrity chef Colin McGurran, and his restaurant Winteringham Fields, to bring together a family-friendly event which will help educate and entertain people from across the region. The event will take place between 11am and 4pm and entry is free.
There will be around 30 stalls with food and beverage suppliers from around the region attending and Colin McGurran will be on hand to judge competitions, take part in demonstrations and answer questions from the audience in the venue’s auditorium.
Local businesses attending the event include The Pink Pig, Uncle Henrys, Red Hill Farm, Mr Huda, Yorkshire Chillies from Haxby, Jamaican Delight from Leeds and Scunthorpe Bee Keepers Society, who will be bringing live bee hives on the day. Crunchy Critters from Derby will be bringing edible insects, while the Spotted Dog Flower Company from Blyton will be doing a talk on edible flowers and how they can be used in the kitchen. There will also be fudge makers, chocolatiers, macaroons, preserves and chutneys, sweets, fruit liqueurs and cupcakes. Roe’s Dairy Farm will be attending with their vintage ice cream trailer.
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