Try OrzoCoffee at the ‘Forgotten Foods Producer Market’ in Bristol with Slow Food & Bristol Food Connection
We're delighted to be part of Bristol Food Connections joining the Forgotten Foods Producer Market organised by Slow Food UK on the 3rd-5th of May in Bristol !
Come and visit our stall on College Green and taste our award winning organic barley coffee. Free tasting for everyone!
BFC is a partnership event with over 200 organisations and groups from all sections of the Bristol community collaborating and producing their own events around the city. Around 175,000 people are expected to participate in over 150 Bristol Food Connections events throughout the 11 days festival. The full programme (available at www.bristolfoodconnections.com/whats-on) features an incredible line-up of unique events including:
· The Food Trail: featuring over 50 restaurants, cafes, street food vendors, shops, supper clubs and bakeries. Trail maps will be available free of charge throughout the city
· Dozens of community events in every corner of Bristol including pop-up markets, open days, talks and demonstrations, supper clubs, mini food festivals, wild food walks and much more
· Bristol Food Connections Festival (May 3 – May 5): the city centre will become one huge celebration of good food for the May Bank Holiday weekend: First Great Western Market featuring over 60 of the region's best producers; BBC At Bristol Food Connections with a 500 seat “BBC Stars” demo kitchen and live programming from BFC; Slow Food International “Forgotten Foods” market and pop-up pizzeria on College Green and much more!
For much more visit www.bristolfoodconnections.com!
in this blog you will find some curiosities, updates and events ...so treat yourself to a lovely cup of Orzo & enjoy the reading!