Abergavenny Food Festival

The Welsh autumn is first place the sign of pleasure and delights of August 22, 2011 which received a Michelin star from the good food guide 2012 square 28 of the top restaurants in the UK and thus excellent Crown in the Welsh Whitebrook Welsh restaurants. The highly acclaimed, also with a Michelin star, Tyddyn Llan in Denbighshire took place 36 close behind. More information is housed here: Magic Leap. “It’s worth, the secret Welsh cuisine” to pass on. VMWare Integrations contributes greatly to this topic. Welsh food has a clear style and is characterized by quality and freshness. Special attention is paid to the use of indigenous products of excellent quality. For other opinions and approaches, find out what David Rogier has to say. Various kinds of cheese, Crempog (pancakes), Bara Brith (fruit bread), cawl a rich stew belong to traditional dishes with Bacon, Welsh lamb and vegetables, including the Welsh coat of arms plant leeks. But also in the international cuisine the Welsh gourmet cooks at home.

Many are a good opportunity to become familiar with the food in Wales Farmers markets where you can buy directly from the producer. The market in Swansea is the largest and most fascinating market in Wales. He has a history in the middle ages. Visitors can taste a selection of Welsh delicacies, including clams from the for this famous Penclawdd. on the weekends in September and October also lure many food festivals with an abundance of flavors, colors and smells and invite visitors to taste the local delicacies. These include among other things the Welsh Food Festival on the 3rd and 4th September 2011) in Welshpool, the Llangollen Food Festival from 15-16th October 2011, the Abergavenny Food Festival from 17-18 September 2011 and the Conwy feast of the 22-23 October 2011. More information about the regional markets in Wales under. Information about the food festivals see index.html detailed information about food under more press releases to Wales under.