Phil Vickery (Saturday)
“Phil Vickery does English cooking better than anyone in the country” -Jonathan Meades, Saturday Times Magazine – talented chef and ambassador for Coeliac UK, Phil Vickery is rated one of the top twenty chefs in the UK.
Hugely popular at a number of our Living Heritage Food Festivals in previous years, we are delighted to have Phil back with us for the first Rutland Food and Craft Festival this July.
Levi Roots (Sunday)
Originally known for his appearance on BBC’s ‘Dragon’s Den’, Levi is a huge success story, hitting the big time with the production of his famed ‘Reggae Reggae Sauce’.
A popular and hugely entertaining Carribbean cook, Levi has been a massive hit at a number of our previous food festivals and we are delighted to be welcoming him to Rutland Food, Drink and Craft Festival in 2019
Johnny Pusztai (Saturday and Sunday)
Nottingham’s favourite butcher and award winning sausage maker will be humorously demonstrating the art of butchery as well as hosting the infamous Hot Chilli Eating Challenge in the Food Roadshow. Enter if you dare!
Mark Lloyd (Sunday)
Cook, wild food expert, stockman, hunter, fisherman, author, presenter and Food waste warrior, Mark creates amazing recipes with the best offered by Britain’s Larder.
Appearing on TV shows such as River Cottage during his tenure as Head Chef, but also on Great British Waste Menu, Market Kitchen, Hairy Bikers and live slots on BBC Breakfast as a food expert.
Eva Humphries Wholefood Warrior (Saturday & Sunday)
Wholefood Warrior started out of considerable frustration for the diet and processed food industries. From calorie free sweet drinks to skinny pills and magical detox powders, there are now far too many products to brainwash us. Do we really need all of these to be healthy? Eva Humphries will be demonstrating healthy eating recipes and talking about the ketogenic diet, which is a very low-carb diet and can help you burn fat more effectively.