The Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival is now in its 14th year and is going to be better than ever. Over 100 Suffolk producers take part in the two-day event, focal point of a two-week food-related fringe programme. The popular Hillfarm Family Meadow will be at Snape again this year as will the Adnams’ Drinks Experience and the Wild Suffolk area. Georgina Hayden, Kwoklyn Wan, Chetna Makan and Kenny Tutt are on the list of exciting chefs confirmed so far for September.
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This year, the Festival promises to deliver a jam-packed weekend of fabulous food adventures, from tastings and demonstrations to ‘roll up your sleeves and get stuck in’ masterclasses.View what's on
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Fantastic masterclasses at the festival
We are delight that some of our visiting chefs will be hosting masterclasses during the festival weekend, roll up your sleeves and learn something new from the expertsBook a masterclass
This was my first visit to Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival and what a wonderful part of the country it is too. The event itself was packed with truly unique and interesting producers and exhibitors, making it the ultimate food show for REAL food lovers. Plenty to do and see, lots to eat and drink and the variety of things to participate was incredible. I don’t think they will be able to keep me away next year, although this time, I plan on staying the whole weekend.
The Aldeburgh Food & Drink Festival is a microcosm of what makes the Suffolk food economy so remarkable. You see the entrepreneurial energy, imagination and astonishing quality all brought together to produce some of the very best food in Britain