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Sunday

Featuring

September 26 & 27th 2009 th

on the town moor 10am-5pm

Angela Gray

Food stalls

BBC Wales TV Chef

Over 40 stalls

Simon Wright Presenter of BBC Wales series, ‘The Wright Stuff’

Peter Jackson President, Welsh Culinary Association

Stephen Terry The Hardwick Restaurant, Abergavenny

Entertainment Licensed Bar Park & Ride Disabled Access Free craft activities for 4-10 year-olds with parental supervision

www.narberthfoodfestival.com 01834 860268


Welcome to Narberth Food Festival 2009!

Sunday

Come hungry!

As well as sampling and buying food from the extensive variety of specialist food stalls, why not stay for a meal? Seating will be provided, as well as live entertainment and a licensed bar.

Freshly-prepared food will include:

Crepes, Dutch pancakes, Harmony Herd wild boar burgers and freshly-made paella.

A full programme of street and musical entertainment is lined up for the weekend, commencing each day at approximately 10.30am.

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This year’s celebration of Narberth’s thriving food scene will focus on how to use local and in season produce to prepare superb meals. There may be a credit crunch, but what better excuse to savour the crisp and fresh bite of locally-produced food - or even have a go at growing and producing your own. From setting up your own allotment to creating restaurant style meals from the produce on sale at the festival, this year’s event promises to bring you some culinary inspiration with the focus on fun. We hope that you enjoy our selection.

Soak up the Narberth atmosphere, enjoy the entertainment, eat well, iechyd da!

The Festival Team

Narberth Food Festival Team | 2009

The Chefs Welsh celebrity chefs and food writers will be performing at the festival – Narberth regulars Angela Gray and Peter Jackson, new recruits Simon Wright, former AA inspector and restaurateur (the man behind Gordon Ramsey’s Channel 4 series ‘Kitchen Nightmares’) , Michelinstarred Abergavenny chef Stephen Terry, who came to prominence in the BBC’s ‘Great British Menu’ series, Scott Davies, executive chef at the Llys Meddyg and Jethro Lawrence of The Carreg.


Bwyd a hwyl i plant lleol! Education Day Sponsored by Upton Farm and FUW The Food Festival places a strong emphasis on education and particularly on whetting children’s appetites for trying new foodstuffs, understanding where their food comes from, making healthy and sensible choices – and most of all having fun with it!

The Competitions The Narberth Food Festival Pudding Competition is Sticky Toffee Pudding sponsored by the Fourcroft Hotel. Judging will take place on Saturday by celebrity chefs. The Wendy Connolly Best Trade Stand – will be awarded to the most impressive food festival stall. The Paul Grimwood Best Narberth Town Trader’s Window Display will be awarded to the most creative window in Narberth. There will also be a Special Secondary Schools Cookery Competition in celebration of Luke Rogers. Photography Competition - Upload your festival pictures onto Facebook - request the Narberth Food Festival as a FB friend - tag your pictures ‘Narberth Food Festival’ and enter our special photography competition to be judged by a panel of experts. For further information, check out the Narberth Food Festival Facebook page.

During our special education day on September 25th local children from St Aiden’s VA Wiston, Narberth CP and Bryn Conin primary schools will be taking part in a day of fun foodrelated activities.

Taste not waste The importance of understanding the seasons and learning to cook with fresh local produce will be the focus of this year’s education day. A guest chef from our twin town Ludlow will also be cooking with the children. International students from Pembrokeshire College will be cooking home-cooked food from their countries for school children to taste. Pauline Griffiths, curator of the Narberth Museum, will be giving a workshop on ‘Food Through the Ages’. Friends of the Earth will also be attending the event, along with representatives from the Narberth Allotments scheme and Pembrokeshire’s Health Challenge team. Spacetocreate.org.uk

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Talks Tent

Saturday The Food Theatre

11.30 am

Karl Hughes-Jones, the Bridge Restaurant, Narberth - Cake Decoration

1.30 pm

Kimie Atkins Sushi Workshop

3.30 pm

Pudding Competition Judging by the festival’s celebrity chefs

Sponsored by Dingle Marquees

11.00 am

Angela Gray BBC Wales cookery presenter sponsored by St Brides Spa Hotel, Saundersfoot

Entertainment 11.00 am

Simon Wright and Hazel Thomas sponsored by the Welsh Farmhouse Company

Elaina Hoss sings the classics from the 80’s, 90’s and 00’s with Clive Raymond Sponsored by Tan-y-Castell

12.00 pm

Stickleback Plasticus

1.00 pm

Angela Gray - BBC Wales cookery presenter

12.30 pm

Last Chance Saloon

2.00 pm

Simon Wright Y Polyn Restaurant sponsored by the Welsh Farmhouse Company

1.30 pm

Fiddlebox

2.00 pm

Stickleback Plasticus

3.00 pm

Jethro Lawrence The Carreg Restaurant

2.30 pm

Last Chance Saloon

4.00 pm

Angela Gray - BBC Wales cookery presenter

4.00 pm

Stickleback Plasticus

12.00 pm

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Talks Tent

Sunday The Food Theatre Sponsored by Dingle Marquees

11.30 am

School Competition Demonstration and Presentation sponsored by Pembrokeshire College

12.30 pm

Narberth Transition Town discussion

1.30 pm

Angela Gray ‘Flying the Welsh flag in the USA’

2.30 pm

Mei-Ling Llewellyn - Chinese Cookery Workshop

11.00 am

Peter Jackson Maes Y Neuadd Hotel, Harlech

4.00 pm

The Narberth Food Festival - Prize Draw will be drawn

12.00 pm

Scott Davies Llys Meddyg Restaurant, Newport

Entertainment

1.00 pm

Stephen Terry The Hardwick Restaurant, Abergavenny

11.00 am

Alice Davidson

12.00 pm

Plunge Boom The Allotment (installation performance for children)

2.00 pm

Scott Davies Llys Meddyg

12.30 pm

Alice Davidson

3.00 pm

Peter Jackson Maes Y Neuadd Hotel

1.00 pm

Plunge Boom

1.30 pm

Trio La Luna

3.00 pm

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Stallholders

Stallholders

(in the main marquee)

Lunch stalls

Olives

Drinks

Caboos (Gluten-free Produce) Sokhy Sandhu Samosas, bhajees etc

Olives and Oils

Sobor (Fruit Smoothies) Trioni (Milk) Princes Gate Water

Chocolates & Fudge Givele Confectionery Chocolate House Pemberton Victorian Chocolates

Cheese & Dairy Teifi Cheese Caws Cenarth Cheese

Bakery Blas y Ffrwd (bread, cakes and savouries) Tan y Castell Welshcakes

Vegetables West Atheston Farm Vegetables Pembrokeshire Produce Direct Barry Hathway Vegetables Summerhill Farm Shop

Meat Andrew Rees, Butcher Bethesda Meats

Wine, Beer & Cider

Other stalls Women’s Institute Produce Aardvark Books The Soap Shed Friends of the Earth Narberth Transition Town and Allotment Society Simply Balance Gym Paraphernalia Baskets Jamie at Home ( Party plan by J Olivers co.)

Penlon Cottage Brewery Cwm Deri Vineyard Celtic Country Wines Celtic Spirit Company Ltd Toloja Orchards Cider

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(outside)

Lunch stalls

Bakery

Feathers Hotel, Aberaeron, cooks fresh paella Harmony Herd BBQ Sam’s Meat/Pig Roast The Potato Van Gyros-Scott’s Greek Pittas

Preserves

Coffee Nuts About Coffee The Coffee Kiosk

Ice Cream Upton Farm Ice-Cream

Crepe Shack Pofferties and Waffles

Home Made Country Preserves

Other stalls Cocina Mediterranean Cookware


Friday Night Festival Gig in the Queen’s Hall (September 25th) featuring ‘Spiers and Boden’

Celebrity Chefs Special Sunday Dinner At The Carreg Restaurant, Narberth On Sunday night a special post-festival meal is being held at the Carreg restaurant in Narberth - cooked by the celebrity chefs who are performing at the festival. A chance to taste some superb food and enjoy some good company. Limited availability - bookings only. £35 per head. If you wish to obtain further information or reserve a seat, please call Peter Preece, 01834 860084.

Other Festival Highlights

Tickets for this event are £9 (£7 for Span members and concessions.) You can buy tickets from The box office on 01834 869323 or through the website: www.span-arts.org.uk/spiersandboden.htm Note: no booking charge

Kids activities - Free (Sat & Sun) Food-themed craft activity table Food-themed craft activity table using recycled materials suitable for 4-10 year old’s (with parental supervision please - this is not a creche facility).

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Extra Events

sponsors St Brides Spa Hotel Bluestone Wales Pembrokeshire College Wisebuys, Narberth Pembrokeshire County Council The Dingle

The Carreg Restaurant, Narberth Upton Farm Ice-Cream Andrew Rees, Butcher Tan y Castell Welshcakes Welsh Farmhouse Company Farmers’ Union Wales (FUW)

Design and Print by Monddi Dimond Press 01646 682424 monddi.co.uk

With thanks to... Plas Farmhouse B&B, Narberth Dyment’s Cookshop, Narberth Fourcroft Hotel, Tenby Ultracomida, Narberth Narberth Chamber of Trade Cambrian Photography

Oriel Q Gallery, Queen’s Hall, Narberth SPAN Arts, Narberth St John’s Ambulance Service The Cadets

Friday Night Festival Gig in the Queen’s Hall (September 25th) Sunday featuring ‘Spiers and Boden’ £9 (£7 conc) (no booking charge) Tickets from 01834 869323 & www.span-arts.org.uk/ spiersandboden.htm

Celebrity Chefs Special Sunday Dinner at The Carreg Restaurant, Narberth £35 per head. (Bookings only) If you wish to obtain further information or reserve a seat, please call Peter Preece, 01834 860084.

Park and ride Heron’s Brook - free to drivers parking at Heron’s Brook car park on the outskirts of Narberth (towards Tenby) follow the AA signs. To find town moor enter postcode SA67 7AG into your satellite navigation. Programme editor | Sarah Hoss

Narberth Food Festival brochure 2009  

Using the concept from the 2008 brochure, with design house Monddi Press providing design and printing, the 2009 brochure was compiled and e...

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