Plymouth's local produce extravaganza Flavour Fest 2015 returns in August as a highlight of the South West's food and drink calendar.
Flavour Fest 2015 will have more than 120 food stalls packed with tasty offerings from fine food producers all across the South West.
Transforming the city centre into a bustling continental-style market, this biggest food festival in the South West normally attracts over 150,000 visitors to Plymouth over the weekend and is a lively and exciting way to experience the true taste of the South West. Throughout the weekend, celebrity chefs stand shoulder to shoulder with the best of regional culinary talent on the stage of Flavour Fest's Cookery Theatre, with a full programme of demonstrations over the three-day festival co-ordinated by Lawsons and Jacques Marchal. Already confirmed for the Cookery Theatre are ITV's This Morning's resident chef, Phil Vickery, along with celebrity chefs Dez Turnland from Brend Hotels, Richard Hunt, Peter Gorton and Chris Tanner.
Visit the Flavour Fest website for the full programme or follow the latest events on Twitter.
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