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13 5th - 14th JULY 20

With... award winning

Michelin & 5AA Rosette French Chef and TV personality

Jean-Christophe Novelli


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To the second Food & Drink Festival in Adur & Worthing. Celebrating all things food & drink, the Festival will take you on a culinary tour of the area, whetting your taste buds and appetite along the way with produce and suppliers from Worthing, Shoreham-by-Sea and the surrounding area of Sussex. With an exciting programme of events, promotions and offers there really is something for everyone. Enjoy!

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Information about the Festival Festival Highlights Festival Events at a glance Festival Offers The Fishermen’s Mission Facts about Worthing The inside story

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The Adur & Worthing Food and Drink Festival Programme is published by Newsquest Sussex. EDITOR: Janice Fraser ADVERTISING MANAGER: Sue Meheux All information contained within this programme is correct at the time of going to print. We cannot be held responsible for any changes that may occur subsequently. You should check all details before making special journeys with the appropriate retailer or organisation.

For more information visit: food-and-drink-festival or call 01903 203252

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Food, glorious food...

This year the Festival kicks off with a great opening night event in the Giant Marquee in Steyne Gardens For £25 a head you will be indulged in a Champagne reception, entertained by the Worthing Symphony Orchestra and fed with magnificent grazing platters. Saturday night also offers live comedy and entertainment in the park for just £10. Both events have a cash bar. Over the first weekend visitors can expect lots of foodie stalls to taste and buy from, children’s

activities and fun, musical entertainment and cooking demos in the live kitchen. Oh, and did we mention the VERY special appearance of the ‘dishy’ celebrity French chef JeanChristophe Novelli on Sunday, July 7th from 12pm to 2.30pm. The Festival ends on a foodie high in Shoreham with the award winning Shoreham Farmers’ Market on Saturday, July 13, and the famous and notoriously ‘hot’ Chilli Festival on the 13th and 14th. A must for all chilli lovers; there will be hot curry, Spanish food, hot dips and sauces, spicy snacks, plants, seeds, chilli cocktails, chilli beer and lots more.

And not for the faint hearted... ...a chilli eating competition! But that’s not all; for the whole ten days of the Festival there will be a variety of additional events taking place throughout the district. See page 7 for more details. Plus there will be ‘2 Dine for £10, £20 or £30’ and other special offers at many of the district’s retailers, restaurants, pubs and cafes; Giuseppe’s, Green Cuisine, Food, Fish Factory, Grapes Ltd, The Three Fishes, The Wheatsheaf, The Good Cookshop, Luna, Rioja’s Wine Bar are just some of those already signed up. See pages 12 and 13 for more details.

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Fes��v�� Hi���i�ht�... An Evening of Comedy, Cabaret and Sketch with Beach Baby Productions

Saturday, July 6. Steyne Gardens. Doors open 7.30pm Show starts at 8pm

A first for Worthing with a fabulous evening of entertainment in bite size pieces with award winning performers. This is an event not to be missed with tickets at just £10 each or £15 on the door.

purchase For more information or to . tickets call 01903 203252

A bar and food will be available on the evening.

The Dome Vintage Tea Rooms

Saturdays and Sundays July 6, 7 and 13,14. The Dome, 21-22 Marine Parade, Worthing, BN11 3PT

EVENT: The Vintage Tea Room will be staging a Weekend Festival Tea Party 12pm-5pm. Music from the 20s 30s and 40s. Complimentary glass of Prosecco or elderflower presse with every Vintage Cream or High Tea. Bookings 01903 210044


6 New Street, Worthing, BN11 3BT Wednesday, July 10 at 3.30pm.

EVENT: Cream Tea Event to Support Worthing’s Fishermen. For more information call: 01903 227780 or visit


Thursday, July 11 at 7 pm for 7.30pm. 18 Marine Parade, Worthing, BN11 3PT

EVENT: Charity Dinner at Brio Restaurant. In support of BabyBuddy. £20 pp to include choice of 3-course dinner, coffee and liqueur. Pre booking required on 07812 751414 or from Howard & Co. BabyBuddy is a local charity, formed a year ago, to support young people of 0-14 living with learning disabilities and their families. The founders of BabyBuddy will be guest speakers at the dinner. Includes raffle. For more information call: 01903 242327 or visit and

Jean-Christophe Novelli


Saturday, July 13 from 9.30am to 12.30pm. 96a Montague Street, Worthing, BN11 3HF

EVENT: Fairtrade Chocolate Tasting. Free tasting of Fairtrade chocolate for shoppers. For more information call: 01903 207390 or visit

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Jean-Christophe began his exciting career at the tender age of 14 as a baker in his home town of Arras, Northern France, before becoming the private Head Chef to Elie de Rothschild at the age of 19. Jean-Christophe’s life changed completely when he arrived in Great Britain in 1983. He spent a year taking care of Keith Floyd’s pub, The Maltsters, as Head Chef, while Keith was filming his famous TV shows.

F�id��, J��� 5, S����� G�r��n�, 7.30�� THE LAUNCH Event for the Adur and Worthing Food and Drink Festival is a black tie event in the festival marquee with fantastic music from the Worthing Symphony Orchestra. Also included are a Champagne reception and grazing platters with a bar available on site. Tickets for this event are £25 per person and can be purchased from the Worthing Theatres box office on 01903 206206.

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In 1996, Jean-Christophe opened four restaurants in London, and so began the foundations for his internationally based mini empire. What is so surprising is that he only had £500 in his pocket at the start of his solo venture.

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The Giant Marquee; stage demos and stalls Located on the Steyne in Worthing, will be open on:

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11.15-11.30: Competition The Big Banana Challenge Round 1

11.15-11.45: Cookery Demo by The Fish Factory

11:00-11:15: Dave Hunt to Open Event

11:00-11:15: Dave Hunt to Open Event

11.30-12.00: Northbrook College - Masterclass

11.45 - 12.00: Competition The Big Banana Challenge Round 3

12.00-12.30: Children's Competition Biscuit Decorating

12.00-13.00: Jean-Christophe Novelli Food Talks, Cookery Demo’s and Q&A

12.30-13.00: Cookery Demo by Food Restaurant

13.00-13.30: Demonstration on Local Fish and preparing it for cooking in association with the Fish Factory

13.00-13.30: Food & Drink Quiz 13.30-14.00: Northbrook College - Masterclass 14.00-14.30: Talk on Kitchen products by the Good Cook Shop 14.30-15.00: Cookery Demo by Giuseppes 15.00-15.30: Competition The Big Banana Challenge Round 2 15.30-16.00: Cookery Demo by Picasso

13.30-14.30: Jean-Christophe Novelli Food Talks, Cookery Demo’s and Q&A 14.30-14.45: Children’s Competition Biscuit Decorating 14.45-15.15: Northbrook College - Masterclass 15.15-15.30: Competition The Big Banana Challenge Round 4 15.30-16.00: Cookery Demo by Crescent Road Café

The stalls will offer a selection of foodie delights from English, Portuguese and Greek to Cakes, Pastries, Yoghurt & Fish Sa��rd�� 6�� & S�nd�� 7�� J���

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T��rsd�� �1�� J��� Brio - Charity Dinner at Brio Restaurant.

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Shoreham Farmers’ Market

9�� - 1��, 13�� J���. Eas� S���e� & S� M��y� Roa�, Sh���h��-��-Se� The largest and probably the most successful Farmers’ Market in Sussex, Shoreham Farmers’ Market was voted winner of the Sussex Food & Drink Awards 2011/12 “Best Farmers’ Market in Sussex” with a focus on fresh local food, drink and produce. For more information contact: David Steadman, Adur Town Centres Coordinator, Tel: 01273 263152

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Chilli Festival

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Totally free entry to the public whether you are a chilli lover or not. The event will host independent chilli traders and growers from all over the UK selling products like chilli plants and seeds. Tastings and eating in abundance ranging from special mild to hot curries, snacks, chilli vodka cocktails, chilli shooters, mild to the very hot chilli sauces, jellies, salsas, breads, chutneys, relishes, marinades, nuts and crisps. Also on site will be curries, chilli liquid bar, chilli chocolate, chilli ice cream, chilli beer and chilli fruit juices all on sale and so much more. For more information contact: David Steadman, Adur Town Centres Coordinator, Tel: 01273 263152 E: W:

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SPECIAL OFFERS Many more offers and promotions will be running at restaurants and retailers across Adur & Worthing so keep an eye out!

2 D��� f��... THE WHEATSHEAF


OFFER: 2 Dine for £10

OFFER: 2 Dine for £20

22/24 Richmond Road, Worthing, BN11 1PY T: 01903 207840 W:

10 Montague Place, Worthing, BN11 3BE T: 01903 200388 E:



OFFER: 2 Dine for £12

OFFER: 2 Dine for £20

1 High Street, Tarring, Worthing, BN14 7NN T: 01903 202497 W:


8 Warwick Lane, Worthing, BN11 3DP T: 01903 212780 W:

OFFER: 2 Dine for £20 Enjoy a feast of authentic Italian food for two for just £20. Offer is not valid on Friday or Saturday evenings.

51 Brighton Road, Worthing, BN11 3EE T: 01903 207123 W: index.php/the-fish-factory/ The special menu for The Fish Factory is a “Specially Caught Menu”. This menu only consists of fish caught by the local boat Joanne SM2 to include a selection of starters and main courses and has been lovingly selected by our chefs to celebrate fish caught from the local beach, to include fantastic dishes such as rock salmon, oven baked with pancetta and sun-dried tomatoes. Log on to our website: to view this menu and click on “spoil menu”.

Above: Authentic Italian food served at Giuseppes. Right: Delicious dining at Food.

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Above: Only the freshest fish is served at The Fish Factory


6 New Street, Worthing, BN11 3BT T: 01903 227780 W: food/

OFFER: 2 Dine for £30

The local Sussex Diplomat menu will be available throughout the festival, specially priced at 2 dine for £30 for 3 courses. Check out the menu on our website; it includes specials such as local fisherman’s pie.

O���� �es��v�� of��r�... RIOJA WINE F & TAPAS BAR � REE n��� 70 Marine Parade,

Worthing, BN11 3QB T: 01903 532118 / 212660 W: W:

OFFER: Cask ales, cider and lager from £2.50 - all day.

Lunchtimes - buy 3 Tapas main dishes and get a free glass of House Wine. Prices from £3.25 Offers available throughout the festival. Music Friday & Saturday nights – Free entry.


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79 High Street, �� Worthing, BN11 1DN T: 01903 532118 / 232923 W: W:

OFFERS: House Specials £4.99 (lunchtimes) Guest Ale - £3 a pint, Scrumpy Cider - £3 a pint, and House Doubles £3 from 3pm – 6pm. Offers available throughout the festival. Music Friday, Saturday & Sunday evenings – Free entry.


56 Chapel Road, Worthing, BN11 1BE T: 01903 288640 W: home/pubs/the-three-fishes

OFFER: 2 main courses for £6.79 Steak and Kidney Pudding, Lamb Shoulder or Chicken and Mushroom Pie. Offer available throughout the festival.



T: 01903 608563 W:

OFFER: 20% off

10 Prospect Place, Worthing, BN11 3BL

OFFER: 10% discount

13 Montague Street, Worthing, BN11 3AX

Pick N Mix for Food Festival customers. Just show your festival programme.

Off any “Sussex made’ products for the food & drink festival on July 5th & 6th. Show your festival programme to receive discount.



T: 07554 358323 W:

OFFER: Regular Chili Hot Chocolate for £1 or a FREE syrup in any regular hot drink. Available July 6 and 7 in Steyne Gardens and July 13 at Shoreham Farmers’ Market.

27 Warwick Street, Worthing, BN11 3DQ T: 01903 215121 W:


OFFER: 10% off

29 West Buildings, Worthing, BN11 3BS T: 01903 535365

Everything in store on July 6 & 7.


OFFER: Buy one main course at £4.95 and get a second half price.

37 Rowlands Road, Worthing, BN11 3JJ T: 01903 211338 W:

Available throughout the festival on production of the programme. Open 9am - 3pm Monday - Saturday and 10am 3pm on Sunday.

OFFER: Free Glass of wine With your meal on July 6 and 7.



14 Crescent Road, Worthing, BN11 1RL T: 01903 204194 W: W:

OFFER: Complimentary drink Glass of Bubbles, Sussex Beer or Soft Drink when ordering a main meal. Valid Tuesday, July 9 to Thursday, July 11, between 12-2pm and 6-10pm. You must mention the Food & Drink festival to get the offer.

7 Rowlands Road, Worthing, BN11 3JJ T: 01903 233333

OFFER: Bacon, Sausage or Egg Roll and any drink £2.95 / Tea and a piece of cake £3. Offer available throughout the festival (July 5 -14). Open: Mon - Sat: 8am 4pm and Sunday: 9am - 3pm.

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Ingredients • 600g Ricotta • 1 Pack of Divella Cannelloni • 150g Fresh Spinach finely chopped • Passata la Fiammante • Tin Chopped Tomatoes • 450g (approx) Mince Meat • CHEF Ready made Beschamel Sauce • 200g Pecorino Romano Grated • 50 - 100ml Milk • 2 Cloves Garlic (crushed) • 1 Onion • Salt to taste

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Piccola Italia, 32 South Farm Road, Worthing BN14 7AE For bookings call: 01903 204 725 or visit

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SUPPORTING A WAY OF LIFE IN TODAY’S age, the fast food culture often leads us to forget all of the hard work that goes into putting the food on our plates. It’s even more common to forget that the fish that we eat is the only common food source that is still hunted, and that there are extreme risks that come with such a job. The Fishing industry is constantly developing to adapt to the modern world and its view on fishing, and the Fishermen’s Mission is as dedicated as ever to being a constant support to our Fishermen, their families and the

risk they put themselves at; for them it is a way of life. The Adur & Worthing Food & Drink Festival promises to be a great event. The festival is certainly one that the area should be proud of. With this pride, the hard-working Fishing industry is something to keep in mind. Hardworking is only half the story as, unknown to many; it continues to be the most dangerous peacetime occupation in the UK. It is often thought that the danger is ‘just that’ of death and serious injury, when many other aspects such as a life of debt and uncertainty or a retirement of loneliness are also such dangers. It is one of the toughest ways of life and it is done to provide the food on our plates.

The Fishermen’s Mission fights poverty and despair in our fishing communities by providing emergency and welfare support to fishermen and their families. We are proud to be involved in the Adur & Worthing Food & Drink Festival and would like to thank the organisers and the local community for their continued support as we carry out our vital work. We would like to encourage the celebration of the finest foods of the area as well as a celebration of a way of life.

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DID YOU KNOW... S��� �n���es��n� fact� Horticulture THE CLIMATE and fertile soil of the Worthing area insured the growth of market gardening during the 19th and early 20th centuries. In the early 19th century there were only three gardens supplying fruit and vegetables to the town, but this slowly grew during the century in and around Worthing with the building of glass houses. By the mid 19th century and the arrival of the railway, the town was supplying fruit and vegetables to both Brighton and London. At the height of the market gardening industry over 600 tonnes of fruit a year left Worthing for destinations all over England, particularly in the North where the climate was cooler. Worthing became well known for growing grapes, cucumbers, tomatoes, strawberries and melons.

Art display AT THE Good Cook Shop we have turned our window displays into an art form. First we decide on a theme and then with over 7000 lines to choose from, it can take two days to create the display. It’s always worth the effort though because we receive lots of compliments. There is even a lady who sends photos to her relatives in Australia every time we do a new display!



ackerel (spring) and herring (autumn) were the main catch of Worthing fishermen but crabs, shrimps, lobsters and oysters were also brought ashore. Records show fishing as a small but significant industry dating back to the 16th century. In 1733 John Wilkes visited Worthing in the hope of ‘seeing the great fishery there’. In 1887 110 fishing boats sailed from Worthing beaches, and in 1899 it was recorded that over 170 tonnes of fish were caught. Oysters were over-fished to extinction by the 1830s, with 50 million caught in 1824. By 1914 the catch was down to 52 tons, and the fish market by the pier closed in the 1920s. By the 1950’s the fishing industry had declined in the town although you can still buy fresh fish from Worthing’s beaches on a daily basis. The architecture of the historic town of Shorehamby-Sea reflects its fishing history. The rise of Brighton and Worthing and the coming of the railway in 1840 prepared the way for Shoreham-by-Sea’s rise as a rapidly growing Victorian sea port with several shipyards and an active coasting trade.

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hen we (Andrew and Georgina) travelled to Ireland and drove our first Coffee van back, our ambition was to offer local residents the same coffee experience from an Espresso van you would expect from a high quality restaurant or cafe. It was also our ambition to deliver mobile catering with as green a footprint as we could, standing out from many of our competitors.

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Our Colombian coffee is roasted locally and freshly ground as we serve it; combined with a delicate hand our customers are presented with high quality, delicious espresso coffees. Drinks including coffees, hot chocolate and teas are all prepared to our customers` exact preference; our other products are also sourced locally including delicious

The inside story:

GIUSEPPE MANGANARO, 37, is the owner and creator of Giuseppes in Warwick Lane, a popular independent restaurant specialising in authentic Italian food. He sat down with us over a cup of his own Sicilian blend coffee to share the story behind the restaurant. Q. The restaurant trade is a notoriously difficult business, so what made you decide to go into it? A. I was always close to food because as a child I saw my Mamma creating amazing food from simple ingredients. I didn’t think I would pursue a career in the restaurant trade though. It happened almost by accident, because when I was 14 my mum and dad opened a restaurant in Taormina, The Artist’s Kitchen. It was very small, with a fresco on the ceiling in the style of the Sistine Chapel. I was almost forced to work there! At the time, all I wanted to do was go out with my mates, but working there brought me closer to the creative heart of cooking. At university, I studied foreign languages, and I won an ERAMUS scholarship to study in England. I needed money to supplement my scholarship so I started working as a kitchen porter, and worked my way up. I discovered a passion to continue what my parents started.

Q. What’s been your best moment since opening in 2008? A. Seeing my dream materialise in front of me! The most complicated challenge was upgrading the restaurant from Toto’s to Giuseppes and I like to think I’ve succeeded with that. My goal was to create the sense of rustic fine-dining restaurant, a mixture of well-presented food with Mamma’s flavours, reproducing the experience you could have if you were back in Sicily. Q. What’s been the most challenging aspect? A. The most difficult moment was when I was first trying to express my dream. We knew we had a wonderful restaurant, but it was almost like a secret place! There was a long build up of people getting to know us before the restaurant exploded in popularity.

Q. What are you looking forward to doing in the future? A. I want to share Sicilian culture with my customers through food, wine and coffee, and the traditional sociable way of living. Beyond the simple concept of the restaurant is the chance to discover another culture.

Advert brownies and cupcakes, homemade by a local Worthing lady. The vans themselves have small engines and rarely travel long distances, reducing their impact on the environment. In addition all our vans are fitted with solar panels, reducing our need to pull on traditional power sources.

You can find Kaffe GoGo on Worthing Seafront (Wallace Avenue), in Shoreham, at a variety of events or visiting local businesses during the week. Contact Kaffe GoGo on 07799891458.

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