This weekend we are heading to Cardigan Food Festival. I’m obsessed with food festivals and would visit one every week if my wallet and waistline would allow it. The samples, the cheese, the oils..the smell of great food cooking away..bliss.
This years festival is shaping up to be a great one with exhibitors such as Althea Gourmet Marshmallows, Gwynne’s Ice Cream, The Little Welsh Deli, Pembrokeshire Wood Fired Pizza, PortuGales and lots more.
Then you have all the activies and entertainment on offer such as boat rides, musical performers and demos from chefs and even a duck race.
I’m thinking my foodie day goes a bit like this.. Samples to start ( of course ) then some pizza from the Pembrokeshire Wood fired pizza washed down with a coke float from Gwynnes Ice Cream, perhaps a Portuguese custard tart from Portu Gales and to take home some pasties from The Little Welsh Deli, Gourmet Marshmallows and whatever else catches my eye.
I’ll let you know what I think after the festival.
Have you got any food festival plans this year? Tell me which ones you love.
Well I said I would update you after the festival:
It was a beautifully sunny day which made the festival so enjoyable. People were lounging around in the seated food area eating all the delightful food on offer. We bought lots of great Welsh produce such as cheese, sausages and chutneys. On the day we ate some fabulous pasties from The Little Welsh Deli,csome gorgeous brownies and salted caramel ice cream from Gwynnes Icecream – delicious. We will definitely be attending next year.
*This post is in collaboration with Visit Wales.