The first Woking Food and Drink Festival will take place this month from Friday 13 September to Sunday 15. The festival is FREE and will take place in Woking’s Jubilee Square where there’ll be live cook-offs, competitions and demos led by the area’s most prestigious chefs.
Local chefs will also be sharing their tips and secrets in demonstrations at the Tante Marie Culinary Academy Theatre. The Tante Marie Culinary Academy is co-owned by Gordon Ramsay and is one of the oldest culinary academies in the country. The Theatre will be erected in Jubilee Square, creating a centre stage for some of the Festival’s best demonstrations from the following chefs:
In addition to all this, there’ll be a host of food stalls selling some great local produce and showcasing some even greater culinary talent. I’m particularly thrilled that Ray’s Indian – my favourite Woking Indian restaurant – will be there!
If you’d like a slice of the action yourself, you can even enter Jo Wheatley’s cake baking competition! The Barbecue Cook-Off is also open to the burger-flippers among you and even the children can get involved in the Kids’ Q competition. Also for children are some great cookery workshops in Peacock Walk – learn to make soup and pizza, bake something and find out more about chocolate too! Everything is free to enter but you may need to register in advance – see the website for more details.
This is going to be a great celebration of food and I’m really looking forward to it. Bon appétit!
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