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EDINBURGH CHRISTMAS FOODIES FESTIVAL 2018 23-25 NOVEMBER AT EICC
EDINBURGH CHRISTMAS FOODIES FESTIVAL 2018  23-25 NOVEMBER AT EICC

09/10/2018

Edinburgh’s Christmas Foodies Festival will take place at the EICC from Friday 23 –Sunday 25 November 2018.

Joining this year’s Masterchef winner, Kenny Tutt, will be  Daniel Ashmore (The Pompadour by Galvin Brothers), Scott Davies (The Three Chimneys), Ally McGrath (Osso Restaurant and Great British Menu) and Maciek Zielinski (Mono), Roberta Hall (The Little Chart Room), Scott Smith (Fhior), Ishu Mehrota (Fishmarket Restaurant), Neil Forbes (Cafe St Honore) and Kaori Simpson (Harajuku Kitchen) with more to be announced. 

For the first time, the Foodies Festival will be presenting a vegan strand, headlined by Paul Kayne, Vegan Head Chef at Henderson’s. 

In the Drinks Theatre Charles Metcalfe will be tasting Spanish Wines and Port, Diana Thompson adding some fizz with Prosecco and other wines and there will also be a Champagne tasting.

The ever popular Foodies Workshop will be rocking a yuletide vibe with classes on Christmas Canapés, Champagne Tasting, Christmas Cocktail Making,  Create The Perfect Cheeseboard, Chocolate Tasting, Dried Orange Garlands with Fragrant Botanical, Edible Christmas Gifts and Festive Decorations.

Of course all ages enjoy getting involved in preparing a Christmas feast and at the Elf Cookery School children can learn how to make Gingerbread Men, Christmas Cookies, Decorating and Snowman Peppermint Creams.

The Cake & Bake Theatre will welcome Tom Hetherington (GBBO Contestant 2017), Marie-Claire Semeraro (Casa Angelina – a Cordon Bleu trained pastry chef, combining classic French techniques in American bakes with surprising Italian seasonings), Amy Lorimer (Bakingwithgranny.com - Edinburgh based blogger specialising in preserving traditional Scottish baking), Larah Bross (Bross Bagels; Montreal bagels baked in the heart of Leith) and the hostess with the mostest, the incomparable Charlotte White (www.restorationcake.com - author, cake designer, travelling showgirl chef).

There will be stalls selling food and drink from some of the best producers in Scotland from cheese, ham, smoked salmon and oil to beer, whisky and a ‘gin alley’. Street Food includes Greek deli, pulled pork, sausages, vegan, Punjabi and mac & cheese as well as treats from Spain and Italy. 

Getting visitors in a real Christmas spirit will be a line up of local choirs organised by Bloodwise, a blood cancer research charity.

 Bite had teamed up with Foodies to offer readers an exclusive 241 offer on VIP Tickets. See details here - Just 10 Pairs available. 

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