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Demonstrations, displays and activities

Be inspired! Come along to any of the free demonstrations to get great tips from our experts on cooking up a tasty treat....

Creole Fusion - 10.30 am - working with local ingredients, Fatina Cummings from Bath College will demonstrate how to create creole fusion food.

Indian Tasty Bites - 11.45 am –  learn more from Bini Ludlow  of Sweet Cumin about how to cook up starter-style dishes using basic ingredients transforming them into incredible spicy mouth-watering dish (s).

Cardiologist's Kitchen Cook-Off - 1 pm - using the same ingredients supplied by Riverford Organics, Neston Farm Shop and Fresh Range,  two chefs from the Cardiologist's Kitchen project will demonstrate how to cook two different dishes. Commentary and judging for taste and health by Dr Ali Khavandi (Consultant Cardiologist, RUH).

Fancy foraging? - 1.45 pm - join Chris Westgate from Heavenly Hedgerows on a short stroll around the Recreational Field to reveal some easy to identify wild edibles you might find in any park, or even your garden. Learn how to identify and how to eat your greens! Meet at the main entrance of Conygre Hall.

On the Block - 2.15 pm - a practical demonstration by Mark Brinkworth from Tunley Farm Butchers on how to butcher lamb....followed by a quick demonstration of how to baste your Christmas turkey. It's never to early to start preparing!

And why not take the chance to find out more about your food with these fantastic foodie activities...

Apple pressing - it's apple harvest time, so if you have any spare apples, bring them along and Tony and Chris will press them for you to make the most delicious apple juice. For the best results the apples should be ripe, freshly picked from the trees and washed. And remember to bring a sealed container if you want to take your juice home.

Children's activities -  open to children from 3 upwards and running at regular intervals throughout the day, come along to Live, Learn, Cook - a local 'pop up' cookery school. Find out why whole grains are so good for us and join in a fun, practical workshop to make a simple and healthy dish to take home.

The birds and bees - thanks to volunteers from Bath Beekeepers Association and the British Hen Welfare Trust,  there will be special guest appearances from the birds and the bees... find out where your food really comes from.

Or find out what amazing work is going on in the village to put the 'taste' into Timsbury...

Look out for...

Incredible Edible, Timsbury

Timsbury Churches with a spotlight fair trade produce

the healthy heart project run by Cardiologist's Kitchen

Banes Love Food/Hate Waste roadshow

Cams Valley Arts Trail showcasing foody artisan products and artwork

food related qualifications and courses run by Bath College

growing your own made easy by Timsbury Horts.

There is no need to book for any of these events; just turn up on the day. 

Programme and timings may be subject to change.