Coastal Walking with Pitstops - walk coast to coast, 15 & 16 October
Join Caroline Davey from Fat Hen Wild Food Cookery School
and Gurnard’s Head
host, Charles Inkin, for a two-day guided foraging walk of the Penwith Peninsula. The walk covers both north and south coasts between The Old Coastguard
and The Gurnard’s Head. Enjoy the breathtaking scenery and stunning wildlife, whilst learning about the diverse edible plant life of the Cornish coast.Click here to download more information.
If you're a food producer, restaurant, farm shop or deli - make sure you attend one of our seminars in September/October to ensure you are complying with the new food labelling regulations that come into force this December.
We have organised seminars with nutritional food regulation advisors selectfood, and with the support of NatWest we can offer seminars in Bristol, Taunton, Exeter and Truro to both members and non-members of Taste of the West.
Click here to find out more about the seminars (Agenda for Seminar 1 / Agenda for Seminar 2).
The booking form can be downloaded here.
Award-winning, artisan soup producer Tideford Organics has called on world renowned chefs Aldo Zilli, Mark Hix and Mitch Tonks to create three divine new soups. Launching exclusively in Selfridges, London during the Soil Association's Organic September, Tideford Organics' delicious organic and gluten free 'celebrity chefs' soup range is guaranteed to create quite a stir.
The exciting three new flavours are Mitch Tonks' Smoked Haddock Chowder with Organic Leeks and Peas, Mark Hix's Celeriac and Apple soup and Aldo Zilli's Tuscan Bean soup.
Award winning chocolatier Lick the Spoon
has launched its Wholesale Christmas Chocolates Range for 2014. New chocolates for Christmas 2014 include a Christmas Chocolates selection in a foil blocked gift box, a new Peanut Caramel Chocolate Salami, and Apricots in an Armagnac ganache. The wholesale Christmas chocolates range also sees the return of the now famous Chocolate Snowglobes with the addition of a presentation box to assist retail displays."We love making the Penguin and Robin snowglobes, each one is hand decorated and unique. We have added a clear presentation box this year allowing retailers to stack them for a really eye-catching Christmas display
." explained Lick the Spoon’s Creative Director Diana Short
Teignmouth Farmers’ Market
is launching on 30 August 2014 in the heart of the charming town centre, the Triangle, between 10am and 2pm. This is set to become a regular event, and will be held on the last Saturday of every month. True to its title, farmers and producers will be bringing their own fresh grown, baked, raised, caught, brewed, smoked or processed produce for your delight and delectation. Most of the stallholders come from within thirty miles of Teignmouth, although many are much closer than that - Shute Fruit and Produce
will be supporting the market and offering seasonal fruit and vegetables picked fresh from their farm in Bishopsteignton.
But the farmers want to support the local community too. For this reason they will make one stall available, on a rotational basis, to selected community groups to communicate their purpose, drum up support for their cause, and maybe make a few bob at the same time. To learn how your community group could benefit, contact the organiser of the market, Lori Reich for more information (Tel 01626 777570).
Supporting the local food and farming community couldn’t be easier, of more fun, than shopping at your local market. Bring your basket, fill it with local goodies, and feed your soul as you fill your plate.