The Café at the Dunster Tithe Barn (Dunster Food Festival)

Claire’s Kitchen:

Saturday

Southern style pulled pork with a red cabbage and coriander coleslaw and tortilla wrap

Claires kitchen signature tandoori chicken served with an onion, cucumber, tomato and mint salad with a mint/coriander raita and a mini naan bread with garlic butter

For the vegetarians-

Split pea and spinach curry,onion,cucumber, tomato and mint salad and a mini garlic naan bread

For the sweeter tooths-

Mini Buttermilk scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam

Dozy Dough’s carrot and sultana scones

Orange almond cake

Devils food chocolate layer cake with chocolate Ganache and cherry compote

Carrot and walnut Cake

The Winzers Chocolate Brownies

 

On  Sunday foods on offer will be on a local theme-

Local Heal Farm ham and Local cheese Plougmans with a complimentary Secret Orchard Cider shot and devon chutney all served with Dozy Doughs artisan breads

Claires Kitchen home grown squash,pumpkin and pearl barley stew served with crusty artisan bread

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Secret Orchard Cider Bar

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Date for the Diary: Dunster Food Festival 27&28 Feb 2016

This is the grand final of the Exmoor Food Fest 2016:

We will be taking over the whole of Dunster, with local producers, street food traders, crafters and artists in various locations such as the Tithe Barn, the Yarn Market, Memorial Hall and Dunster Castle.

There will also be cooking demonstrations and much, much more…

Are you a producer or an artist? Do own a local business? Would you like to take part? Then get in touch:

The Exmoor Food Fest is sponsored by
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The French Kitchen at the Street Food Market in Minehead

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Jean-Christophe Le Grand and Rich Carr have been running the street food
stall for about a year.  We take our influence from the streets and markets of Northern France with our speciality dish being our confit duck burger. We love to bring the best of France and its flavours to a market or event near you.

French K1The French Kitchen was created in 2010 following our success with No 7 Dunster and our work with Land & Sky at the Glastonbury Festival. The French kitchen is a catering organization based in the South West. We are made up of a team of highly skilled, passionate individuals that take great pride in what we do. This means that the highest standards of both food quality and service are met each and every time. Chef and owner Jean-Christophe Le Grand comes from the Seine-Maritime region of Normandy and has worked in the catering industry for the last 10 years. He has brought together his lifelong passion for food and extensive knowledge of the hospitality industry to create a refreshing and vibrant approach to catering. –

 

28 February 2015 – 10am – 8pm at Minehead Harbour

Ivan’s Coffee at the Street Food Market in Minehead

Ivan's Coffee 1i-van is our beloved 1962 VW split screen bus.  We’ve enjoyed many a surf
trip and adventure with I-van since we bought him 12 years ago….

After years of touring the world as a drummer and roadie with bands, Ivan
took inspiration from his travels and we decided to finally realise our
dream .. A love of coffee, music, great ingredients and embracing street
food culture from around the world helped to transform I-van from a surf bus
to a super stylish mobile coffee bar ready to serve your event…..

Ivan's Coffee 2We are passionate about coffee and and every part of the process is important from bean to cup…    ivan’s coffee is proud to support local produce and suppliers.  Our organic coffee beans are Devon roasted by our good friends at the Crediton Coffee Company We buy our milk direct from the
dairy at Ashclyst Farm near Exeter and our yummy tray bakes and brownies are baked by Mrs Gills Cakes right next to Ivan’s Coffee HQ in Mid Devon.

Ceylon Curry House at the Street Food Market in Minehead

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Ceylon Curry House is an established caterer of authentic Sri Lankan curry
renowned for its uniqueness and excellent reputation at various events
including weddings, company functions, birthday celebrations and trade
shows. Several prestigious venues have approved and highly recommend Ceylon
Curry House for banquets.

Curry buffet at Knowle ManorThe dishes are prepared by professional chefs from Sri Lanka who take great pride in their cuisine and always ensure the the highest levels are maintained.

“Anyone who enjoys curry should really try the lovely Ceylon Curry House experience.” Sue Jackson, Tiverton

 

Check out their website for further details: www.ceyloncurry.co.uk

Cracking Nuts to join the Street Food Market in Minehead

cracking nuts at croydeHello, we’re Cracking Nuts and we’re absolutely passionate about nuts, natural ingredients and North Devon.

We started Cracking Nuts early in Spring 2014, after it struck us just how moorish and tasty the humble nut can be. We got hold of a 200 year old German recipe; played around with it a little; and came up with a traditional range of sweet cinnamon, salty and chilli roasted, peanuts, cashews and almonds, all with our own, unique, modern twist.

As a family business, we are not ones to sit still. From devising new recipes at our base in Ilfracombe; to visiting festivals and sampling unusual flavours with the surfers at Woolacombe; we are always inventing, improving and finding new ways to bring nuts to the North Devon masses.

We can cook and serve nuts from our trailer, or table top, day or night; we can also provide our nuts in interesting cones, jars, bags and packaging, to suit. Nuts, of course, naturally make great high protein snacks, most of our nuts are fairtrade and organic. In addition, the syrup we use to coat the nuts is entirely homemade and from all-natural ingredients.

Cracking Nuts will have their stall at the Street Food Market at Minehead Harbour on 28 February 2015, the grand final of the very first Exmoor Food Fest.