Fife venue set to host new natural meals competition
Spots On My Apples takes place at Bowhouse, St Monans on Saturday, June 18.
It’s going to characteristic conversations, hands-on actions, in addition to nice foods and drinks.
Offered by Futtle brewery, it should provide guests an opportunity to listen to from the voices on the centre of the natural rising motion.
Tastings and talks will come from., amongst others, Dan Saladino, presenter of BBC Radio 4’s Meals Programme, Xanthe Gladstone, director of Meals & Meals Sustainability at Hawarden and Glen Dye Estates and The Good Life Expertise, and author, campaigner and bread professional Andrew Whitley, whose ‘Flour to the Folks’ marketing campaign was not too long ago the recipient of a BBC Meals & Farming Award.
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Guests may even have the ability to tour the natural farm at Balcaskie, the place Bowhouse is predicated.
This can embrace visits to the mob-grazed cattle, adopted by the possibility to satisfy with the Butchery at Bowhouse crew, in addition to excursions of the East Neuk Market Backyard plot.
Futtle’s natural brewery may even be opened up in the course of the competition with the taproom internet hosting a sequence of wine and beer flight tastings.
There will probably be a chance to get pleasure from a picnic on a sequence of grassy mounds past Bowhouse – more likely to be a agency favorite with visiting households – and reside music available in the market space, alongside youngsters’s craft actions that concentrate on the pure atmosphere.
Organiser, Lucy Hine, stated: “This can be a good little line up for our first competition, bringing collectively a number of the foremost voices and greatest producers in foods and drinks.
“Spots on my Apples brings collectively cooks, writers, growers, farmers, producers, drinks makers and activists to make the day a extremely particular one.
“It additionally lets you get actively concerned – chat direct to the producers, growers and cooks – and study from the professionals themselves – all in a stupendous countryside setting.”
Tickets value £15 with below 16s admitted freed from cost at www.futtle.com.
Bowhouse opened as a makers hub for native foods and drinks producers in summer season 2017.