A flavour of Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival
Basking in glorious sunshine alongside the River Alde and its reed beds, Snape Maltings was a fantastic backdrop for Suffolk's best food and drink festival. A wonderful event enabling foodies the opportunity to sample and buy from the region's artisan food and drink producers. The organisers thoughtfully hand you a tote bag for your purchases!
Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival is a great combination of tasting, sipping, buying, watching demonstrations, attending master classes, enjoying music and book signings in the Suffolk countryside.
From left to right, top row: Richsips, Mark and team (Twenty Four Carrot Pesto), and Aggie and team (Aggie Redpath's Family Kitchen).
From left to right, bottom row: Jordan (Jordan Hay Music), Imaginative Traveller, and Kevin (JimJams Jams and Spreads).
Fantastic Twenty Four Carrot Pesto brand was launched at the show. Yummy! Since then, their product has been rebranded and now they are known as Taste Collectiv.
For all the coffee lovers amongst you, the Expresso Shot Coffee Vodka Infusion from Richsips is a must!
From left to right, top row: Valley Farm Vineyards, Fairfield Crisps, and chef demonstration.
From left to right, bottom row: Bonallack, rainbow cake, and East Anglian Daily Times.
Great Granola from Bonallack, great taste winners from Norfolk.
All smiles from Fairfields Farm Crisps at Snape Maltings bringing a flavour of Spain to the festival with their Chorizo & Tomato flavoured crisps!
From left to right, top row: Rebecca (Lane Farm), Rosie Birkett, and Yum Yum Tree Fudge.
From left to right, bottom row: St Peter's Brewery, Charlotte (Hedgerow Cordials), and Fielding Cottage.
It was great to meet Rebecca from Lane Farm promoting her Suffolk salami.
Superb food demonstration from Rosie Birkett, food writer and stylist at Snape Maltings.
Looking for fudge with a kick? Look no further than the Yum Yum Tree Fudge, Ecuadorian chilli chocolate fudge! Scrumptious!
Hedgerow Cordials Drink Bar made its debut appearance at this event and it looked great!
There were plenty of opportunities to taste and buy goat cheese and meat from Fielding Cottage.
From left to right, top row: Corkers Crisps, Laura (Petite and Sweet), The Wild Meat Company, and Jackie (Marsh Pig).
From left to right, bottom row: Ed (Edward's Cordial), Tuba Swingy, and British Sugar.
Corkers Crisps tempting folk with their quintessentially British pan fried crisps. Great taste winner from Cambridgeshire.
Wonderful to see the Wild Meat Company from Woodbridge selling their wild meat and game.
Great chorizo from Jackie, owner of Marsh Pig from Norfolk.
Tuba Swingy from Lowestoft were busking and basking in the sunshine at Snape Maltings.