Fifteen Cornwall’s Spring Foodie Fayre
Introducing some of our wonderful suppliers and producers, there will be over 20 stalls selling everything from local cheeses, charcuterie, fish, bread, beer and even giant meringues!
This Spring, our Kitchen Theatre, supplied by ‘Food is Fun‘, will feature four local chefs demonstrating seasonal dishes, hosted by BBC Radio Cornwall’s Daphne Skinnard. Among them will be our very own head chef, Andy Appleton demonstrating the wonderful world of pasta and our wine supremo, Gordon Lawrence will be food and wine matching with a selection of Italian wines. The schedule is as follows:
11.30am <a href="http://www simvastatin 40 mg tablet.watergatebay.co.uk/food-and-drink/neil-haydock/”>Neil Haydock, Executive Chef for Watergate Bay Hotel
Fifteen Cornwall is managed by its own independent charity – Cornwall Food Foundation. The charity believes food skills are life skills and the Spring Fayre embraces this philosophy. The charity will be running its own ‘Kids Kitchen’ with supporters and friends of the charity running workshops throughout the day for families who are visiting the event. The schedule is:
10am – Fifteen Cornwall’s ‘What’s in the box?’
11am – Cornwall Food Foundation make ‘Broad bean and Pea shoot Bruschetta’
12pm – Family Foraging Kitchen ‘Make your own Nettle Pesto and Anti-sting Balms’
1pm – Cornwall Food Foundation make ‘Evolution Tomato Salad’
2pm – Fifteen Cornwall’s ‘What’s in the box?’
Kids Activities that will be on all day:
Little Kitchen Magicians – Fruit Bouquets for Mother’s Day
Cornwall Healthy Schools – Smoothie Bike
Padstow Kitchen Gardens – Green Fingered Fun
There will also be hot food available to buy, Fifteen Cornwall will be selling their famous ‘bad boy bacon butties’ with rocket and Andy Appleton’s tomato chutney, and Origin Coffee will be on hand to serve freshly roasted steaming cups of coffee.
This is the second year that First Great Western has been our official partner for our bi-annual Fayres. Working together to promote stories of food provenance and to take people on a journey of discovery, whether you are travelling for fun, to see friends and family or for business, our aim is to make connections with people and with food.
‘Working together to promote stories of food provenance and to take people on a journey of discovery, whether you are travelling for fun, to see friends and family or for business, our aim is to make connections with people and with food.’
(Image credit: Chris Campkin)
Notes to editors
Opened in May 2006, Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall uses the magic of food to empower and inspire young people in Cornwall to become professional chefs. Owned by the Cornwall Food Foundation, Fifteen Cornwall aims to recruit 15-20 young people aged 16-24 each year to become the chefs of the future.
Cornwall Food Foundation inspires people in Cornwall through food to make meaningful change in their lives. An independent, registered charity it is best known for managing the Fifteen Cornwall Apprentice Programme and Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall restaurant.
The Foundation also runs a successful schools programme which sees over 1,000 school children visit the restaurant and actively engages with 30 schools through the schools healthy eating programme. The Foundation is currently working on some exciting new projects that involve vocational training opportunities and engaging communities through food-related activities that focus on health, education and employment.