Sunday, 13th September 2015, 00:00 AM - Saturday, 26th September 2015, 00:00 AM

The summer may be dwindling, but there’s plenty of things to keep you warm. How about some delicious comfort food or maybe even some tempting wine? Here’s what Sheffield has to offer this month.

13 September: Nether Edge Farmers’ Market – Seek out local produce and delicious bites to eat at the Nether Edge Farmers’ Market. (Thurs 13 Sept, Nether Edge Farmers’ Market, Glen Road, Sheffield, S7 1RA, more info)

18 – 20 September: Old Hall & Paper Mill Beer and Cider Festival – With around 200 local real ales, plenty of cider and some scrummy food, this is a fest not to be missed.(Fri 18 Sept – Sun 20 Sept, Old Hall Inn, Whitehough, High Peak, Derbyshire, SK23 6EJ,more info)

19 September: Gourmet Vegetarian Night – Whether you’re a full time vegan or simply fancy a veggie bite, you’ll adore this event at The Showroom. Award winning chef Jon Tite will create a delectable vegan menu featuring seasonal produce. (Sat 19 Sept, £28, The Showroom, 15 Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2BX, more info)

22 September: Thirty Fifty Wine Tasting – For the sum of £29, you get to try seven different wines from around the world. And, if the vino makes you a little peckish, you can also sample an array of artisan antipasti/charcuterie platters which are included in the price. (Tues 22nd Sept, £29, The Milestone, 84 Green Lane, Sheffield, S3 8SE, more info)

npro gin preview da 2124 September: Gin School – Let’s face it, we all would’ve enjoyed school a whole lot more if there was a class on gin (drinking). Tanqueray will be schooling people on the right way to sup this fine spirit. (Thurs 24 Sept, £20, The Old House, 113-117 Devonshire Street, Sheffield, S3 7SB, more info)

26 September: Bread in a Day – Ever wanted to know more about the fine art of baking a loaf? Well, now you can with this fun, informative class. (Sat 26 Sept, £39.95, The Showroom, 15 Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2BX, more info)

About The Author

Catherine Scott is Associate Features Editor for Yorkshire Post Newspapers. A self-confessed foodie, she is also a judge of the Deliciousyorkshire/Yorkshire Post Taste Awards.

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