This year’s Malvern Autumn Show falls on the weekend of the 23rd and the 24th September which also coincides with the start of the British Food Fortnight that runs until the 8th October. To celebrate this the show will play host to some well-known names in the foodie scene including one of my favourite bakers from last year’s Great British Bake Off, Selasi Gbormittah.
Andi Oliver, a judge on the Great British Menu and Judith Hann, who has just published her new book Herbs: Delicious Recipes and Growing Tips to Transform your Food. Visitors to the Cookery Theatre over the weekend will be in for a real foodie treat.
Playing host to all these guests will be Mark Diacono from Otter’s Farm. A passionate food writer, photographer and a specialist in growing unusual edibles on his smallholding. Mark delights in concocting cocktails and deliciously simple dishes where flavours and fresh ingredients shine. With seven books under his belt, Mark clearly knows what he’s talking about.
There will also be a chance to fill your boots and bellies with the amazing wealth of local food and drink produced from across the three counties of Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire.
If you’re looking to improve your fine dining skills, the Raymond Blanc Cookery School will be demonstrating how to create phenomenal cuisine with fresh produce harvested from Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons gardens in Oxfordshire.
The Malvern Autumn Show takes place on Saturday 23 September and Sunday 24 September. Tickets are now on sale and are cheaper in advance. Family tickets (2 adults, 3 children aged between 5 – 15 years) are priced at £37 when purchased in advance and £47 on the gate. Individual advanced tickets are priced at £16 for adults and £5 for children and on the gate at £20 for adults and £7 for children. Group and concession tickets are available.
For information, please visit www.malvernautumn.co.uk or call 01684 584924.