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Crowds out in force for Sandringham food festival

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The culinary creations weren’t the only things feeling hot during the annual Sandringham Food and Drink Festival, which took place at the weekend.

Thousands endured another warm and dry weekend to enjoy the array of sights and tastes on offer at the two-day showcase, which is now in its fourth year, on Saturday and Sunday.

Sandringham Food Fair. (3437761)
Sandringham Food Fair. (3437761)

The programme featured demonstrations from a number of celebrity chefs, including Levi Roots, made famous by pitching his Reggae Reggae Sauce on the hit BBC show Dragon’s Den, Phil Vickery and Matt Tebbutt, who currently hosts the popular Saturday Kitchen series.

More than 100 exhibitors showcased their products, ranging from alcohol and chocolates to cookware, in the festival’s food hall and on its piazza.

Entertainment on offer during the weekend included music from the Bill Bailey Band and Saxophonix, craft activities, living history re-enactments, the chance to decorate your own chocolates or even take part in a Bushtucker trial.

Details of the recipes demonstrated during the weekend can be found on the festival’s website, http://sandringhamfood


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