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Scarborough TEC
At: West Pier, Scarborough
On: Saturday 12th & Sunday 13th May 2018
ENTRY IS FREE TO THIS EVENT

Welcome to the Scarborough Food & Drink Festival 2018

The brand new Scarborough Food & Drink Festival in Partnership with Scarborough Tec is on it's way to the Yorkshire Coast! Taking place on the 12th - 13th May 2018. 

A fantastic 2 day celebration of food and drink, exhibiting, live cookery demonstrations and a selection of musical entertainment throughout the weekend. 

The Yorkshire Post and The Scarborough News are combining forces with Scarborough Borough Council to create a seafront kitchen hosted by top chef Stephanie Moon and featuring guest appearance from Michelin Star chefs including Ollie Moore and James MacKenzie.

If you're passionate about food and drink there'll be a heavenly combination to stimulate the senses. There'll be live cookery demonstrations from local chefs, artisan food specialists exhibiting delicious produce, traditional real ales, Pimms and cocktail bars and some of Yorkshire’s finest restaurants serving their signature dishes.

Steph Moon the compere of the event says: "I'm very excited to be involved. It's a brand new event for Scarborough and it's free, so I'd encourage everyone to come along". 

Entry is Free!

 

New free Scarborough culinary festival with top chefs

Scarborough’s first-ever food and drink festival will be taking place this weekend with thousands of people expected.
The free festival will feature cookery demonstrations and a number of stalls selling local produce.
It has been organised by The Scarborough News and The Yorkshire Post Events Teams alongside Scarborough Council and Welcome to Yorkshire and sponsored by Scarborough TEC.
Filey-born James Mackenzie, the chef/patron of the Michelin starred Pipe & Glass Inn, near Beverley, is just one of those taking part.
Scarborough’s West Pier will be transformed into a collection of stands, stalls and demonstration places showcasing the finest local produce and talents of the chefs.
Lisa Bradbury, our regional events and merchandise manager, said: “We’re are delighted to be organising the first Scarborough Food & Drink festival.
“We have a live demo kitchen as part of the weekend’s festivities hosted by Stephanie Moon.”
Janet Deacon, tourism and corporate marketing manager for Scarborough Council and area director for Welcome to Yorkshire, said: “The Yorkshire coast is experiencing a taste revolution with a whole range of new products being developed for us all to taste, from gin and whisky distilleries and micro-breweries to award winning fine dining restaurants and food outlets.
“The Scarborough Food & Drink Festival will add another superb event to our year-round calendar of events and festivals and enable us to showcase the best of what’s on offer along the Yorkshire Coast and further afield”.
Cllr Helen Mallory, deputy leader of Scarborough Council, said: “We are delighted to be working in partnership with The Scarborough News and Yorkshire Post to bring the Scarborough Food & Drink Festival to Scarborough. Many local food and drink producers are inspired by the region’s bounty of best of British produce, fresh from land and sea and this event will provide them with an ideal opportunity to showcase their products to visitors and residents all along the Yorkshire Coast.”
One of the key aims of the event is to promote local products, such as seafood, which is what Graham Stork of GWS Seafoods does in his business.
He said: “We’re trying to promote the use of lobster and crab from our own shores. The fresher the product, the better the taste.”
Steph Moon

Steph Moon

Yorkshire Chef, Stephanie Moon, has worked for world famous chef Anton Mosimann and is currently Chef Consultant at Rudding Park cooking with some of the finest produce from the park’s extensive kitchen gardens. 

Stephanie has travelled the world working in some of the world’s finest hotels and restaurants  and has also been on BBC2s Great British Menu and BBC1s Chefs put your menu where your mouth is.

 Stephanie is a recognised figure on the Yorkshire food scene and has many accolades to her credit including,Yorkshire Life magazine, Chef of the Year and Deliciously Yorkshire Champion to name a few. 

Debbie Raw

Debbie Raw

Debbie is 20 years old, who loves to cook, bake, create and decorate. After finishing her GSCE's Debbie went to Yorkshire Coast College to study catering. Debbie spent three year's at YCC; completing levels 1,2 and 3 in professional cookery and levels 1 and 2 in cake decorating. 
Alongside college Debbie worked in local restaurants while decorating cakes for people and selling her own products at local craft fairs. 

Debbie's most recent adventure, and the most exciting was taking part in 'Further Back in Time for Dinner' a BBC Program about food and living from the 1900's - 1950's. 

Now back in the present day and at home in The North York Moors, Debbie works at Malton Cookery School. Helping Gilly (The tutor) teach a wide range of different courses and skills, while always using the best of the local produce. 

Debbie's favourite place to eat is the Wheat Sheaf in Egton.

Debbie's favourite food producers are YO Bakery in Malton and Radfords the Butchers in Sleights.

Debbie is most pround of completing a gingerbread house that she made for the Talbot. Also, when she is doing cookery demostrations. 

Debbie's Honey and Star Anise Panna Cotta Recipe (serves 6)

Ingredients:
550ml of double cream
275ml of milk
1 star anise
1 vanilla pod (split) 
1 tbsp. runny honey 
3 gelatine leaves 

Method:
1) Soak the gelatine in water 
2) Bring the cream, milk, honey, vanilla pod and star anise to the boil 
3) Take the pan off the heat. Leave to infuse for 10 mins. 
4) Bring to the boil a small amount of the cream mixture. Squeeze the water out of the gelatine and stir it into the warm cream mixture then return to the intial mixture. 
5) Strain and pour into ramekins. Chill for 4-6 hours. 




Jeremy Hollingsworth

Jeremy Hollingsworth

Jeremy will be cooking a lightly curried gratin of Scarborough lobster with macaroni, califlower and apple. 

Jeremy's favourite place to eat in the area is Ask Restaurant because it has a a very friendly service and amazing views. 

Jeremy's favourite local food producer is Dennis Crooks of Whitby for fish

Jeremy's most proud achievements are gaining a Michelin Star at Quo Vadis and opening his own restaurant. 
Luke Daniels

Luke Daniels

Luke is currently working as a sous chef at Weston Hotel, and has been now for 4 years. 

Luke's favourite places to eat are Eat Me Cafe and Clarks Restaurant.

Luke's favourite local food producers are Butchers Trotters Farm Shop based in Potter Brompton and Pete Thundercliffe a fish monger based in Helmsley. 

Luke's proudest achievements in life are naturally getting married and the birth of his 2 children. However, career based, is the work Luke did whilst working at Dunollie Care Home. Working to improve the diets and meals for those suffering with Dysphagia. Luke was then also nominated for an award within the parent company because of his hard work at Dunollie. 
Charles Allen

Charles Allen

A new business founded by Yorkshire-born brothers Charles and Geoff Allen has launced to shake up the UK's rapidly growing recipe box market. 'Born and Bred' delivers farm shop quality, premium Yorkshire ingredients and recipe cards to homes the length and breadth of the UK. 

The brothers, from Thirsk, saw an oppurtunity to develop the product thanks to the wealth of incredible home-grown produce right on their doorstep that didn't require importing from overseas. From the pigs outdoor-reared in the Yorkshire Dales and the Wolds, producing mouth-watering chorizo on a par with its Spanish counterparts, to the Yorkshire Fettle hand crafted in the Vale of York, giving Greek Feta a run for its money! 

All meat poultry, charcuterie, fish, cheese, eggs, dairy, bread and condiments in Born & Bred boxes are 100% Yorkshire sourced, from over 60 independent Yorkshire businesses who truly care about the quality of their produce . Many of them are local, regional, national, and international award-winners. And on subject awards, Born & Bred itself was recently named 'Best Specialist Retailer of the Year' at the Flavours of Herriot Awards. The recipes are created by Yorkshire food and drink champion Stephanie Moon, who was also recently crowned 'Yorkshire Food Hero' at this year's Deliciously Yorkshire Taste Awards.

Born & Bred boxes are currently delivered on four dates each month, and customers can choose three meals (out of a choice of nine) for two, four or six people. Examples of the recipes in this month's box include Pork Medallions with Rhubarb & Black Pudding, Cock-A-Leekie Chicken Stew and Sticky Sesame & Hoisin Tuna. 

You can find out more on the website: www.wearebornandbred.co.uk 

Charles's favourite places to eat in the local area is Crab & Lobster bar & restaurant. Because he loves the cosy ambience of the bar and the fine dining experience in the restaurant.

Charles's favourite local food producers are Lister's Farm Shop, Herbs Unlimited and Staal Smokehouse. 

Charles's proudest achievements are Steph Moon agreeing to work alongside him and Geoff. Being invited to sit on Deliciously Yorkshire's Board. Flavours of Herriot Country Award 2017 and working with his 60 independent Yorkshire food producers. 









Sue Nelson

Sue Nelson

Sue has been rummaging through Yorkshire's abundant larder and championing its stunning diversity for years. Her profoloic knowledge and experience is incorporated into Yorkshire Food Finder, which provides guided gourmet food trails, pop up dinners and demonstrations celebrating Yorkshire's glorious food. 

Sue also features regularly on BBC Radio York, cooking recipes live on air that showcase the country's produce. She also runs on of the high profile cookery theatres at the prestigious Great Yorkshire Show, and is also invovled in the running of the Malton Food Lover's Festival. 

Sue's favourtite place to eat is The Star Inn at Harome - Chef Patron Andrew Pern was using locally sourced food and showcasing the country's producers before it ever became fashionable. His food is consistently good and I love the quirky way he brings a new twist to old favourites.

Sue's favourite local producer is Adam and Jennie Palmer at Yorkshire Rapeseed Oil on the Yorkshire Wolds. Their oils are amazingly versatile and of very high quality. Brilliant for dressings and you can even deep fry with it. I don't use anything else.

Sue's proudest achievement is taking a high profile American TV journalist on a three-day foodie tour of Yorkshire, with 48 hours notice, and seeing the fruits of our labours shown on coast-to-coast TV in the US. 









Harrison Barraclough

Harrison Barraclough

Yorkshire born and bred Harrison is a passionate and award-winning chef based at the Plum and Partridgein Husthwaite. Harrison was one of the youngest chefs in the UK to win an AA rosette at the ripe old age of 19 and has continued to collect accolades for almost a decade since. He strongly believes that no matter where you are, you should exploit the seaonal produce on your doorstep. 
Using the very best quality ingredients, Harrison creates inventive dishes designed to excite. The Plum and Partridge offers ever-changing menus showcasing the very best in Yorkshire cooking, and the warmest of Yorkshir welcomes! When Harrison isn't busy at The Plum, you can find him popping up all over the demo scene, consulting and hosting private events where he showcases his passion for local and fresh produce. 
Catch up with what Harrison is up to by visiting him at the Plum or by following him on www.harrisonbarraclough.com 
James Mackenzie

James Mackenzie

James Mackenzie, Chef/ Proprietor of The Pipe and Glass, South Dalton

James's Favourite place to eat is a Fish and Chips by the seaside!
James's favourite local food producer is Staal smokehouse because its is a fantastic family run business, producing great quality smoked products and a longstanding supplier of the Pipe and Glass. 
James's proudest achievement to date is opening the Pipe and Glass in 2006 with his wife Kate. 

Andrew Thwaite

Andrew Thwaite

Chocolate is a way of life for Andrew Thwaite. He is never happier than when he is working with it, talking about it, learning about it or sharing his sweet skills with other people. He understands how to make a successful business out of it just as well as he knows how to tease your taste buds with it. His passion is enriching other people’s lives with chocolate and has done that successfully for more than 20 years and with some of the biggest names in the chocolate industry, such as Barry Callebaut, de Zaan, Keylink and many others. During his career he has been a manager, a strategist, a consultant and a teacher but above all has remained a natural-born chocolatier.

It all started when Andrew got hooked on chocolate after training to be a chef at Scarborough Technical College, although he first started cooking long before that. Patisserie was his passion, chocolate fascinated him from the start and he knew that this was something he wanted to progress beyond the hotel kitchen. Completely by chance he met Beverly Dunkley the now head of the UK Chocolate Academy, invitations to various courses and demonstrations followed which culminated in Andrew Taking up a position with Barry-Callebaut, the world’s largest manufacturer of chocolate and cocoa. During his time with the company Andrew got the opportunity to train with many of the world’s finest chocolatiers, relationships were formed which have shaped Andrew’s career to this day, Andrew takes up every opportunity to extend his knowledge and thrives on giving his all to whatever he is doing, whether it is a chocolate making demonstration, coming up with innovative new flavour combinations, or new decorative techniques.

Andrew has been fortunate to travel the world, meeting fellow chocolate professionals and visiting some of the best chocolatiers in the world, as well as cocoa plantations in Africa and Latin America and many chocolate factories around the world, he has even created his own signature milk chocolate. He takes inspiration from many sources, foods, places, exhibitions and many others. He visits exhibitions, trade fairs and enters competitions to ensure he stays bang up to date with current trends, ingredients, machinery, techniques and packaging. It is safe to say that Andrew literally lives and breathes chocolate, everything about it fascinates him, origins, history, harvesting and manufacture, his thirst for knowledge never stops.

Rob Green

Rob Green

Rob is a UK Chef Ambassador for Seafish, the authority on seafood and also awarded the title of Seafood Chef of the Year in 2009.

A winning contestant on ITV's  Britain's Best Dish - The Chefs

Rob is also a business professor for Yorkshire coast college

 

Rob has been in the restaurant trade all his working life, over 30 years and also, owning and running a multi award winning restaurant for 15 years.

 

He is largely a self-taught chef and restaurateur. His passion for food really took off after he moved to Whitby 28 years ago.

 

The fabulous fresh fish from the local markets, game from the moors and top class beef, lamb and pork from neighbouring farms make it a great place to source some of the country's best produce.

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Rob has appeared many times on local and national TV including

 

·         ITV's Raw Chefs

·         Britain's Best Dish The Professionals

·         Local Food Heroes with Gary Rhodes

·         BBC Inside Out

·         Country File

·         Demonstration videos on the preparation of seafood, for Seafish - The UK authority on seafood

 

       Radio, writings and publications

 

·         Radio 4 food show

·         Radio BBC York

·         A Taste of the Northeast cookbook

·         ITV's Britain's Best Dish Cookbook

·         The Great Book of Yorkshire Pudding, Elaine Lemm

·         The Great Book of Rhubarb, Elaine Lemm

Wendy Stock

Ollie Moore

Ollie Moore

Following the decade of hard work and training in some of Britain's best kitchens, Ollie was rewarded and recognised when he achieved a 'Michelin Star' as head chef at The Black Rat in Winchester for 2015 and 2016. 

Since Ollie has taken a sabbatical, cooking in Spain, before returning to WOW dinners on the Yorkshire coast at the stunning Ox Pasture Hall Hotel just on the outskirts of Scarborough in he Yorkshire Moors. 

His true passion when it comes to food is cheap cuts, offal and wild ingredients. He will be cooking local pork, using a viriety of different cuts.
Martyn Hyde

Martyn Hyde

Martyn grew up in Sheffield, but has always had close connections to the Yorkshire coast. For many years, he ran a successful restuarant in [town], Thailand, The Drunken Monkey. His time there and his travels around the Far East and the States, plus partner Stephen Dinardo's Sheltland heritage, have all been major influences on the style of food at Eat Me Cafe which the couple run in Scarborough. Eat Me Cafe has won many awards, most recently Local Gem 2018 in The Good Food Guide and Best Place to Eat in the 2017 Toast of the Coast Awards. It was also the Morrisons magazine Best Cafe in the UK 2013 and The Good Food Guide's Best Cafe in the UK 2014.

Eat Me Cafe
Winner of The Good Food Guide's award for Best Cafe in the UK 2014, Eat Me Cafe serves great food in vibrant surroundings that make it a must-visit on the Yorkshire coast. Owners Martyn Hyde and Stephen Dinardo are enthusuastically invovled in Scarborough's cultural scene, which reflected in the unique decor of this quirky cafe. 

Martyn quotes "The Yorkshire coast has it all - amazing fresh fish straight from the North Sea, game from the North York Moors and beautiful beef and lamb from the farms Ryedale. We use it all in a menu that mixes Yorkshire comfort food with global influences from our travels around the world" 
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