Date(s) - 21/04/2014
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If you have never been to this event before than you really don’t know what you are missing.
You enter through the Pavilion at Chester racecourse where you are met by some of the counties finest Cheese makers, the regions great cider makers, game sellers from Cumbria, dry cured meats from North wales – and you are only in the first part of this extravaganza. Making your way outside you see purveyors of fine coffees, stone baked pizzas, children cooking with the Academy of Culinary Arts.
Moving on you come to the restaurant village where some of Cheshire’s finest provide you with foods from right across the world, Thai, Japanese, Italian, even Mongolian food, as well as some home cooked treats. Next it’s through the Taste Cheshire village and then on to the lifestyle section featuring the Grosvenor Art society, or key cooking demonstrations and more great food and drink exhibitors. The whole experience takes about 4-5 hours and all for less than £20. Now that’s a great family day out this Easter.