Sheffield Food Festival – what to look forward to

Sheffield Food Festival is returning to the city over the May bank holiday, 26-28 May. This free event is a celebration of the Sheffield food scene, giving an opportunity for all to indulge in the edible delights on offer.

In this month’s Now Then magazine I share what you can look forward to from the festival. Here’s an extract:

“In the Peace Gardens, you’ll find the city’s best producers, from Regather and Seven Hills Bakery to Moor Market traders. Take your time perusing the stalls and stock up on fantastic cheeses, craft beers, artisan bread and plenty more. Look out for fine patisserie from 4 Eyes Patisserie too. They’ll be introducing new cruffin and konut flavours and their gin and tonic macarons, giving you a taste of what will be on offer in their new shop.

4 eyes patisserie

In the Theatre Kitchen, you can watch chefs share their skills and cook with local produce, including Tom Lawson from Rafters and Brez Barwise from Sentinel Brewhouse, or go and check out one of the cooking sessions. To give you a flavour, Blessone’s Kitchen and Fula Flavour will be showcasing West African cuisine.”

Read the Now Then magazine article in full and check out the spotlights on Livvy’s ice-cream, The Gin Cart, Pie Eyed and Fizz and Fromage.

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