Lichfield Food Festival Bake Off

Cakeydora's Julie Crisp with Bake Off cake
Cakeydora's Julie Crisp with Bake Off cake

Get your aprons at the ready for this year's baking competition! Home bakers are invited to enter Lichfield Food Festival’s Bake Off on Sunday 30 August 2015.

Cakeydora, the Baking Academy based on Upper St John Street in Lichfield, is setting home bakers a new challenge this year.

The challenge is to bake a strawberries and cream festival gateau at home following Cakeydora's recipe.

Children (up to the age of 15) can also get in on the fun and enter four Jack and the Beanstalk themed cupcakes. The cupcakes do not need to be decorated the same, although only one cake will be tasted.

The cakes will be tasted in a live judging in Lichfield Garrick's Studio from 12 noon to 1pm on Sunday 30 August.

Julie Crisp from Cakeydora said: “I am really looking forward to seeing how bakers interpret my recipe. I hope plenty of people enter as it’s a great chance to get feedback on your baking, and possibly win some fantastic prizes if you produce the best gateau on the day. Good luck to everyone who enters – happy baking!”

The top adult baker will win a selection of prizes, including vouchers for Cakeydora and The Kitchen Shop, dinner for two at Darwin's at The George, and a Prosecco afternoon tea for two at McKenzie's Restaurant.

The winner in the child category will also receive vouchers and a family ticket to see Jack and the Beanstalk at the Lichfield Garrick on Saturday 5 December at 7pm.

To find out how to enter the Bake Off and to see the recipe and guidelines, please visit www.lichfieldfood.co.uk/bake-off/. The deadline to enter is Wednesday 26 August 2015.

The Bake Off is being run by Cakeydora and is sponsored by Central Midlands Co-operative, the Lichfield Garrick, The Kitchen Shop, Darwin's at The George Hotel and McKenzie's Restaurant.

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Lichfield Food Festival Market

Festival market
Festival market

Central England Co-operative is helping to bring more than 100 food and drink stalls to Lichfield City on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 August.

A highlight of Lichfield Food Festival is the huge variety of choice food and drink that will be on offer as part of the market.

Set to take place along key city centre streets and throughout Three Spires Shopping Centre, the free entry market promises a delicious array of food from across the region.

From Middle Eastern spices, speciality meats and a cocktail bar, to cakes, pastries, cheeses and chutneys, there will be a lot of mouth-watering treats to tempt festival-goers.

Lichfield Food Festival principal sponsor and organiser of the festival market, Jon Arrowsmith from Central England Co-operative, said: “We’re busy preparing for the biggest and best Lichfield Food Festival. The market will be taking over much of the city, so whichever street you turn down, you won’t be far from a great range of quality produce. There will certainly be something to suit all tastes and budgets, so make sure you make room in your kitchen for all that shopping!”

Festival market
Festival market

The market will run from 9am to 5pm on Saturday 29 August and from 10am to 4pm on Sunday 30 August.

It is set to be held throughout Three Spires Shopping Centre, along Market Street and roads around the city’s Market Square, Minster Walk, Dam Street and the Garrick Square. These roads will be closed to traffic while the festival takes place.

Bird Street will also be closed to traffic to make way for The Bird Street Food Event, where city restaurants and bars will be offering hot food, as well as deli produce, free samples and money off vouchers from the street. This will run from 10am to 4pm both days of the festival.

On Saturday festival goers are invited to come to Cathedral Close to browse even more food and drink stalls, enjoy afternoon tea, and see a range of cookery demonstrations by chefs and bakers from a pop up kitchen. On Sunday the crowds can head to the cathedral grounds with their food to enjoy a big lunch and live entertainment.

On top of all the food on offer, Lichfield Food Festival includes a series of cookery demonstrations by chefs on Lichfield Garrick’s main stage, a traditional street party along the arcade of Three Spires Shopping Centre, The Best of Local Brewers event in the Guildroom of the Guildhall, an Ale Trail, Cakeydora’s Bake Off, equipment and cookery demonstrations at The Kitchen Shop, and special offers.

Lichfield Food Festival is organised in partnership by Central England Co-operative, the Lichfield Garrick, Lichfield District Council, Chef Simon Smith, The Kitchen Shop, Three Spires Shopping Centre, Lichfield Arts, Lichfield Cathedral and Cakeydora. It is sponsored by Central England Co-operative, Taste of Staffordshire and Tippers.

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Lichfield Food Festival 2015

Julie Crisp with Bake Off cake 2The tasty end of summer treat is back and will take place in venues and streets across Lichfield City centre on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 August.

The popular free-entry Lichfield Food Festival will showcase top chefs from across the region, a huge array of food and drink, a bake off and more.

Lichfield’s annual celebration of gastronomy has something to suit all tastes and budgets, including:

  • More than 100 choice food and drink stalls as part of Central England Co-operative’s Festival Market in Three Spires Shopping Centre and along key city centre streets.
  • Cookery demonstrations by top regional chefs and bakers live on Lichfield Garrick’s main stage.
  • Food stalls and entertainment on the grounds of Lichfield Cathedral, including a pop up kitchen.
  • A traditional street party in Three Spires’ arcade including live music, a Pimms stall, deck chairs and activities for children.
  • The Bird Street Food Event, where festival goers will have the chance to taste dishes and drinks from Lichfield’s restaurants and bars, sold from the street.
  • A celebration of local ales and ciders at Lichfield Arts’ Best of Local Brewers event in the Guildroom of the Guildhall and around the city.
  • Cookery and equipment demonstrations in The Kitchen Shop by QVC and Ideal World presenter, Mal Harradine.
  • Also the chance to enter Cakeydora’s Bake Off, A Real Ale Trail across the city’s pubs, special offers, and plenty more to whet your appetite!

Lichfield Food Festival principal sponsor and organiser of the festival market, Jon Arrowsmith from Central England Co-operative, said: “We’re delighted to continue our support of this fantastic festival and to be presenting the festival market. There will be a wide variety of food and drink from across the region, including Middle Eastern spices, a cocktail bar, specialty meats, Malaysian food, a juice bar, cheese, jams and chutneys, hot food and much more.”

Chef Simon Smith, Private Caterer, said: “It’s great to be back for our fourth festival, and this year we’re bringing you some great cookery displays from regional and local chefs and bakers. From cupcake decorating to top selling dishes from fine dining restaurants, the demonstrations will give you plenty of ideas and are free to watch from the comfort of the Lichfield Garrick.”

Lichfield Food Festival is organised in partnership by Central England Co-operative, the Lichfield Garrick, Lichfield District Council, Chef Simon Smith, The Kitchen Shop, Three Spires Shopping Centre, Lichfield Arts, Lichfield Cathedral and Cakeydora. It is sponsored by Central England Co-operative, Taste of Staffordshire and Tippers.

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Lichfield Food Festival 2014 serves up a tasty two-day event

Pop up cookery demo with Daniel Jones and Simon Smith
Pop up cookery demo with Daniel Jones and Simon Smith

The third Lichfield Food Festival, which took place on Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 August, attracted thousands of people to Lichfield in Staffordshire.

From 11 master chefs who cooked up a storm in Central England Co-operative’s pop-up kitchen, through to the packed festival market and star appearances by TV personalities, foodies from across the region were spoilt for choice over Lichfield Food Festival weekend.

Hoards of people flocked to the Market Square to see a series of pop up cookery displays by chefs that were overseen and compered by local chef and caterer, Simon Smith.

Simon commented: “The displays were fantastic, with the crowds learning some great insider tricks from the best local and regional chefs around. From artisan chocolate and bread making to healthy eating and Chinese dishes, every taste was catered for. Thank you all our chefs and to our main sponsors Central England Co-operative.”

Festival market
Festival market

Lichfield’s Market Square was also packed with food and drink stalls as part of  the city council’s Lichfield Food Festival Market, which also spilled over to surrounding city streets and up through  Three Spires Shopping Centre.

The market featured up to 80 stalls that offered a variety of food and drink, including hot food, pies, cheese, olives, spices, cakes, locally sourced fruit, and much more, plus a selection of handmade crafts, general goods and a children’s workshop, which meant there was something to suit all tastes.

Rachel Clive, Lichfield City Council’s Markets Officer, said: “The weekend market was another great success and we were proud to present such a wide variety of produce and products. The city came alive with people enjoying the good food and drink, the wonderful atmosphere and lovely weather.”

On Saturday families enjoyed spotting cupcakes as they took part in the Cupcake Hunt around the Market Square. Then on Sunday, children got artistic at the sweetie box decorating workshop.

Over at Britannia Enterprise Park, Tippers hosted three free cookery demonstrations, featuring celebrity chef Rachel Green on Saturday.

The three demonstrations saw the Kill it! Cook it! Eat it! TV chef expertly prepare hot smoked venison with a beetroot and radish salad on a Falcon induction range cooker. A selection of food stalls were also dotted around the showroom on the day.

Christine Wallace
Christine Wallace

At Cakeydora in Upper St John Street, Christine Wallace, quarter finalist in last year’s Great British Bake Off, delighted the audience by baking her brandy snap ‘ninety niners’ which won her star baker in the show. The event raised more than £140 for Stephen Sutton’s charity, Teenage Cancer Trust, and Breast Cancer Care.

Lichfield Arts’ Best of Local Brewing event in the Guildhall’s Guildroom was a popular attraction with a steady stream of people sampling and buying Real Ale and cider from a range of local producers, including Beowulf from Chasewater, Woody’s Cider from Branston and Blythe from Hamstall Ridware. Food and soft drinks were also sold, with ‘The Famous Pork Pies’ selling out again!

The Kitchen Shop had a busy weekend with cookery demonstrations by the QVC and Ideal World presenter, Mal Harradine, who showcased a range of top brand gadgets and cookery equipment in store. The team also organised cookery displays and food and drink stalls at The George Hotel. Shoppers took the opportunity to stock up on products that were discounted over the special festival weekend at both venues.

Mal Harradine in The Kitchen Shop
Mal Harradine in The Kitchen Shop

Restaurants and cafés on the World Menu Trail, that offered £10 set menus, were packed with diners. Many festival-goers also followed the Ale and Wine Trail, sampling wine and ale for £3 a glass at drinking establishments across the city.

Sunday saw the judging of the Baking Competition at Three Spires Shopping Centre. More than 20 people entered into the contest, which had wedding cakes and Cinderella as the themes this year.

The cakes were tasted and judged by competition sponsor, Julie Crisp, Owner of Lichfield’s Baking Academy – Cakeydora.

She awarded the first prizes to Caitlyn Brown (age 4 to 11 category), to Alice Lainingham (age 12 to 17 category) and to Helen Clinton (age 18+ category).

All three winners were presented with Cakeydora vouchers. The junior winner also won a family ticket to see Cinderella at the Lichfield Garrick. The middle and adult winners won vouchers to spend in The Kitchen Shop, and the adult winner also scooped dinner for two at Darwin’s, Lichfield’s newest restaurant.

Winning cake in adult category by Helen Clinton
Winning cake in adult category by Helen Clinton

Julie Crisp, Owner of Cakeydora, said: “The standard of baking and decoration was at a really high level, and I was so impressed with the creativity of all the bakers. Well done to the winners and runners up, and thank you to everyone who entered, making it such an interesting bake off.”

Lichfield Food Festival was organised in partnership by Lichfield District Council, Central England Co-operative, Chef Simon Smith, Lichfield City Council, Three Spires Shopping Centre, Lichfield Arts, Tippers, Cakeydora, The Kitchen Shop and The George Hotel. It was sponsored by Central England Co-operative, Tippers and NFU Mutual.

Councillor Ian Pritchard, Lichfield District Council’s Cabinet Member for Economic Growth & Development, said: “We’re thrilled the food festival was such a big success with so many people enjoying the massive variety of food, drink and events on offer. We’d like to thank our co-organisers, sponsors, food producers, chefs, and everyone involved in making 2014’s food festival the best yet.”

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Lichfield Food Festival Market and Pop Up Cookery Demos

Lichfield Food Festival Market
Lichfield Food Festival Market

Festival goers will be spoilt for choice with the wide range of food and drink stalls and pop up cookery demonstrations at Lichfield Food Festival Market.

This year’s Lichfield Food Festival Market will take place on the Market Square, and will extend to surrounding streets and through Three Spires Shopping Centre. It will run on Saturday 30 August from 9am to 5pm and on Sunday 31 August between 10am and 4pm.

Organised by Lichfield City Council, the weekend market will bring an abundance of passionately produced food from across the region and beyond, together with a wide range of goods to Lichfield.

Markets’ Officer Rachel Clive said: “With such a versatile selection of delicious traditional British and multi-cultural hot and cold food on offer over the weekend, Lichfield Food Festival Market will definitely have something to suit all tastes. On Sunday children can enjoy the experience with a visit to the children’s activity stall on Market Square where, for £2.50, they can create their own personalised sweetie box to take home.”

To see all of the stall holders that will be showcasing their produce, visit www.lichfieldfood.co.uk/market/

Simon Smith on stage
Simon Smith at 2013's festival

One of the market’s highlights will be the pop up cookery demonstrations taking place over the two days of the festival on Market Square, organised by Central England Co-operative in association with chef Simon Smith.

Top chefs from across the region will prepare dishes in front of the crowds using The Co-operative food range.

The series of free displays will kick off on Saturday 30 August at 11am when head chef Paul Gilmore from Restaurant Gilmore will take to the pop up kitchen. They will run on the hour with the last demonstration starting at 4pm. Chefs, including choclatier Daniel Jones, star baker Duncan Hindley, local private caterer Simon Smith, Trevor Hancock from Super Yachts and Gail Abbey from Sospa Fitness, will also be cooking up a storm on Saturday.

On Sunday 31 August, the demonstrations will start at 12noon when Paul Bough will prepare dishes using Henckel Zwilling Knives. The displays will run on hour, and will also feature Richard Turner from Turner’s Restaurant, Matt Davies from Moat House and Sorrento’s Head chef Umberto. The final display of the festival will be by the owner of Lichfield’s Ruby restaurant, who will demonstrate Chinese dishes from 4pm.

Chef Simon Smith said: “From high end dining and healthy eating, to chocolate treats and fun food for the family, there are plenty of displays to choose from.”

Lichfield Food Festival also includes a celebration of local brewers in the Guildhall, cookery demonstrations showcasing kitchen gadgets at The Kitchen Shop and The George Hotel, a children’s Cupcake Hunt starting at St Mary’s in the Market Square (Saturday only), a baking competition at Three Spires Shopping Centre (Sunday), as well as food and drink trails.

Some familiar faces will also be appearing, including TV chef Rachel Green, the QVC and Ideal World TV presenter, Mal Harradine, and Christine Wallace, finalist in the Great British Bake Off.

See the full Lichfield Food Festival programme.

There will be road closures over the two day festival that will affect Tamworth Street (lower section), Conduit Street, Breadmarket Street, Market Street and Bore Street. To find the nearest car parks, please visit www.lichfielddc.gov.uk/carparkmap

Lichfield Food Festival is organised in partnership by Lichfield District Council, Central England Co-operative, Chef Simon Smith, Lichfield City Council, Three Spires Shopping Centre, Lichfield Arts, Tippers, Cakeydora, The Kitchen Shop and The George Hotel. It is sponsored by Central England Co-operative, Tippers and NFU Mutual.

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The Best of Local Brewers in Lichfield’s Guildhall

Lichfield Arts is delighted to be hosting The Best of Local Brewers in Lichfield's Guildhall on Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 August, as part of this year's Lichfield Food Festival.

With over 1,000 small brewers in Britain we are delighted that we have some of the finest in the Lichfield District, plus the only cider maker in Staffordshire.

So enjoy a glass of their fine products at the festival between 12 noon to 6pm on Saturday 30 August and from 12noon to 4pm on Sunday 31 August.

The Brewers are:

Beowulf – Chasewater
Phil Bennett started brewing in Birmingham in 1996 before moving to Chasewater in 2004. He names his beers after medieval battles, bravery and gallantry. Noted for producing award winning dark beers particularly ‘Dark Raven Mild’.

Blythe – Hamstall Ridware
Rob Greenway set up this small brewery in 2003 following redundancy and has since won many awards. Particular favourites are Palmers Poison, Staffie and Ridware Pale.

Morton – Essington
Gary and Angela Morton set up this brewery in 2007 and quickly had to move to new premises due to demand. Popular beers and Essington Gold and Jelly Roll Morton.

Woodys Cider - Branston
In 2008 Frank Wood semi-retired was concerned about the amount of fruit going to waste. So he brought a miller, made is own press and using local produce established himself as the only Cider Maker in Staffordshire .After the fruit ferments for 12 months it produces a Medium Dry Premium Cider.

If your taste is not beer then you can enjoy a glass of wine, a range of soft drinks or a nice cup of tea with a homemade ‘Jummy Cake',  fine freshly made rolls or even one of our ‘Famous Pork Pies’  with mustard or the increasingly famous rhubarb chutney.

Entry to The Best of Local Brewers is free! The two-day event is taking place in the Guildroom of the Guildhall on Bore Street.

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Equipment and Foodie Demos

Malcom Harradine
Malcom Harradine

The Kitchen Shop has thrown themselves into action for this year’s Lichfield Food Festival with a multitude of free Foodie Demonstrations both in-store and at The George Hotel.

Appearing at The Kitchen Shop over the festival is Malcolm Harradine, QVC & Ideal World TV presenter, who will be cooking up a storm with the latest kitchen equipment and tickling customers' taste buds! There will be a fun Gadget Hour, Le Creuset Recipes, and lots more. Also fantastic festival deals will run over the weekend, so pop in and grab yourselves a bargain.

Lizzy Braine at The Kitchen Shop says: “Mal is very funny. He entertains while he cooks so our customers are in for a treat, He’s going in our window, where everyone can see him!"

Round at The George Hotel, some of the best kitchen equipment names such as Sodastream, KitchenAid and Joseph Joseph will be showcased.

There will be Real Ale that you can brew in a bag, organic chocolate, Great British sauces and Le Reve Cocktail Bar will also be giving out samples of their amazing cocktails and showing off their mixology skills.

I.O.Shen Knives will be offering a knife skills demo, and will also be running a charity knife sharpening service. It willl cost £2 a blade with the proceeds go to St Gile's Hospice. Please make sure any knives you bring along are wrapped up in a bag.

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Enter Lichfield Food Festival’s Baking Competition 2014

Julie Crisp from Cakeydora - competition judge
Julie Crisp from Cakeydora - competition judge

Keen amateur bakers are once more being challenged to make beautiful and delicious cakes for this year’s Baking Competition, which is being held on Sunday 31 August.

It wouldn't be Lichfield Food Festival without a bake off, and festival organisers are inviting bakers of all ages to get their mixing bowls at the ready.

The Baking Competition will be held at Three Spires Shopping Centre on Sunday 31 August. It can be entered in one of three age groups: 4 to 11, 12 to 17 and 18 and over.

Older bakers, ages 12 to 17 and 18+, can enter the top tier of a wedding cake or six wedding cupcakes for a chance to win vouchers to spend in The Kitchen Shop and Cakeydora. The George Hotel is also offering the winner of in the adult category, dinner for two at its recently launched Darwin's restaurant on Bird Street, Lichfield.

Younger bakers, ages 4 to 11, can enter four Cinderella-inspired cupcakes for a chance to win a family ticket to see Cinderella at the Lichfield Garrick this Christmas and Cakeydora vouchers.

Participants will need to bring their entries to Three Spires Shopping Centre between 12 noon and 1pm on Sunday 31 August.

The cakes will be on display for festival goers to see until 3pm when they will be judged by Julie Crisp, owner of the Lichfield's baking academy – Cakeydora. The cakes will be judged on both taste and appearance, and the winners will be announced at 4pm.

Julie Crisp, of Cakeydora Baking Academy, said: “I’m really excited about being a judge for the Baking Competition and seeing how the wedding and Cinderella themes are interpreted. I am looking forward to tasting all the cakes, so I must remember to be hungry for the judging!”

To enter the Baking Competition and to read the guidelines, please visit www.lichfieldfood.co.uk/baking-competition-2014/

To find out more contact Esther Epstein on 01543 308778 or email esther.epstein@lichfielddc.gov.uk

The Baking Competition is sponsored by Cakeydora, The Kitchen Shop, the Lichfield Garrick and The George Hotel.

Cakeydora is not only sponsoring and judging the competition, the Lichfield baking academy is also hosting a charity baking demonstration by 2013’s Great British Bake Off quarter finalist, Christine Wallace on Saturday 30 August at 11am.

To book your space, get in touch now as places are limited. Entry is free but the organisers will be collecting on the day for Stephen Sutton’s charity Teenage Cancer Trust and Breast Cancer Care. To book your seats email mail@cakeydora.com  

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Food and drink trails are back on the menu for a delectable festival

Darwin's Head Chef, Gary Jones
Darwin's Head Chef, Gary Jones

Darwin’s at The George Hotel is the first venue to sign up to this year’s World Menu and Ale & Wine trails on this year’s Lichfield Food Festival, taking place on Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 August 2014.

The food and drink trails are returning for Lichfield Food Festival 2014. By offering customers a meal for £10, as part of the World Menu Trail, or a drink for £3, through the Ale and Wine Trail, local cafés, bars and restaurants can really show off all that Lichfield has to offer discerning diners from across the region.

The organisers of Lichfield Food Festival are now encouraging cafés, bars and restaurants across Lichfield City to join Darwin’s in signing up to this year’s food and drink trails.

Darwin’s at The George Hotel recently opened its doors on Bird Street. The new restaurant serves modern British dishes created from the best of local, seasonal produce.

Gary Jones, Head Chef at Darwin’s, said: “Lichfield Food festival is a great event for the city and the food and drink trails are excellent ways for local restaurants to get involved. We’re looking forward to welcoming festival goers to our brand new restaurant and are expecting a busy weekend.”

Other venues on the Ale & Wine Trail so far include The Best of Local Brewers that will be in the Guildroom of the Guildhall over the festival weekend, and The Whippet Inn, a micro pub on Tamworth Street that recently opened in the city.

If you are an eating or drinking establishment based in Lichfield City and would like to be involved in either of the trails, you can access more information, register to be on either of the trails, and download window posters and more for free at www.lichfieldfood.co.uk/food-and-drink-trails/

For more information, please contact Esther Epstein at Lichfield District Council on 01543 308778 or email esther.epstein@lichfielddc.gov.uk

Lichfield Food Festival is organised in partnership by Lichfield District Council, Central England Co-operative, Chef Simon Smith, Lichfield City Council, Three Spires Shopping Centre, Lichfield Arts, Tippers, Cakeydora, The Kitchen Shop and The George Hotel. It is sponsored by Central England Co-operative, Tippers and NFU Mutual.

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Put a date in the diary for Lichfield Food Festival 2014

Rachel Green
Rachel Green

Local and regional chefs will be cooking up a storm this summer at Lichfield’s free entry food festival, which will descend on the city on Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 August 2014.

The organisers behind Lichfield Food Festival are inviting food lovers to join them in the historic city of Lichfield for a weekend that celebrates local food producers, top local chefs and the city’s food venues.

The programme is set to feature cookery demonstrations by chefs, food stalls throughout the city as part of the Lichfield Food Festival Market, a celebration of local brewers, demonstrations of top kitchen equipment brands, a charity baking demonstration by the Great British Bake Off finalist Christine Wallace, a baking competition, a children’s cupcake hunt and much more.

Over the two-day event many eateries across the city will also offer diners set menus for £10, and bars and pubs will offer a glass of wine or ale for £3, as destinations on the Wine & Ale and World Food trails.

Christine Wallace
Great British Bake Off finalist - Christine Wallace

Lichfield Food Festival is organised in partnership by Lichfield District Council, Central England Co-operative, Chef Simon Smith, Lichfield City Council, Three Spires Shopping Centre, Lichfield Arts, Tippers, Cakeydora, The Kitchen Shop and The George Hotel. It is sponsored by Central England Co-operative, Tippers and NFU Mutual.

Chef Simon Smith said: “We’re all delighted to launch the third Lichfield Food Festival and expect the city centre to be packed over the two days with people who know good food and drink when they see it!

"There will be plenty on offer to suit all tastes, with the chance to see pop-up cookery demonstrations by chefs on the Market Square, including fine dining, family friendly and healthy eating dishes. We’ve also got TV chef, Rachel Green, hosting a cookery master class at Tippers, QVC and Ideal World TV presenter, Mal Harradine, demonstrating dishes with top kitchen brands in-store at The Kitchen Shop, and the city centre will be packed with producers’ stalls, plus lots more."

To see the programme of free entry events and activities, to sign up to being a venue on the food and drink trails, or to enter the baking competition, please visit www.lichfieldfood.co.uk

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