Dragons Den star headlines food fest
The theme for this year's Lincolnshire Food Festival, which is making a return to Cleethorpes' Meridian Park this weekend, will be 'Around the World and Home Again'.
The event aims to showcase the finest food and drink from local sources as well as across the globe.
This year the festival will be headlined by celebrity chef and creator of Reggae Reggae sauce Levi Roots alongside Franck Pontais and Nigel Brown who will all be giving cookery demonstrations.
Samples of tasty treats can be tried in the main marquee which will boast a diverse range from locally produced chocolates, fudge, cupcakes and wines to authentic Indian curries and fine foods from the Mediterranean. Elsewhere, visitors will find cuisine from Thailand, India and the Caribbean, as well as favourites such as hot dogs and a hog roast.
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A 'vintage corner' of the festival will be playing host to classic cars, while handmade greeting cards, wood-turning and a sewing club can be located in The Retail Marquee alongside books, home and garden accessories and wildlife products.
New to the event is Kidz Corner, where there will be the chance to learn about cooking healthy food and having fun at the same time. After little ones have experimented in the kitchen, trampolines, inflatable slides, bouncy castles, fair-ground rides and face painting are sure to tempt youngsters.
Saturday and Sunday, September 21-22 10am to 5pm. Tickets: £5.50 (children U16 free), can be bought from Grimsby, Cleethorpes and Brigg Tourist Information centres and via www.event-tickets.org.uk Find out more at www.lincsfoodfest.co.uk