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You need to be at River Cottage's Food Fair. Here's why

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River Cottage's Food Fair is back at the last weekend of May. We look at what Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall has in store for you this year down on his organic farm

    Georgina Wilson-Powell

    Mon 18 Mar 2019

    Who wouldn't want to spend the late May bank holiday weekend eating and feasting on an organic farm? No, just us then.

    River Cottage's Food Fair has become a part of welcoming in the summer's foodie festivals and well, any excuse to sit outside round a fire and eat, chat and learn sounds good to us.

    This year, on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 May, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall will bring together some of the UK's most exciting chefs, gardeners, foragers and all round wonderful people. Hear from Yotam Ottolenghi, Kate Humble, Chetna Makan, Billy & Jack, Samin Nosrat, Calum Franklin, Tom Hunt, Georgina Hayden, Nick Weston and Niki Segnit, with more to be announced.

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    Image Kick back and enjoy a weekend of the good life

    But it's not just the speakers that make this a must-go event. Take part in on site masterclasses from £20 that include making bread and butter in an hour,  how to make your gut happy, outdoor cookery or one of John Wright’s notorious Wild Cocktails masterclasses.

    Meet animals, learn how to forage and garden, pick up new skills, watch chef demos, find craft workshops and of course, most importantly, get ready to eat your fill of artisan producers, gorgeous street food and all round great veg.

    There is plenty to keep the whole family amused with craft workshops, giant bubbles, gnocchi making, family games and an meet the animals area.

    Tickets are available HERE. £15 per adult, under 16s free.

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