The Driffield Agricultural Society are always pleased to support local producers and this year is no exception.

The Local Food Hall at this years show on Wednesday 22nd July is bound to have something to satisfy your every culinary taste, from cheese and meat to bread and beer and everything in between.

To compliment the food hall the show will also boast a Food Zone that will tantalise the most adventurous ‘foodies’.

If that isn’t enough gastronomical delight, the Food Theatre this year has again been sponsored by The Yorkshire Wolds Cookery School, based at Southburn, who have ensured that some of the finest chefs from around our region are on hand to demonstrate their skills and share their wealth of culinary knowledge.

Chefs demonstrating include James McKenzie from the Pipe and Glass, Steph Moon from Rudding Park, Thierry Condette from TC Patisserie and, Rachel Kirkwood and Linda Latus of the Yorkshire Wolds Cookery School. To once again ensure there really is something for every age, the Food Theatre team will also be including the popular Children’s Cup Cake Decorating.

The entire day will be fully compered and will have a fully equipped sound system and flat screen TVs to enhance audience enjoyment.

There will also be plenty of other opportunities around the show to enjoy the many catering establishments represented providing a wide range of refreshments and snacks.

Visitors will also have the opportunity to create their own snacks such as plaited bread, scones, jam buns and cookies throughout the day at the Wheat to Bread Demonstration.

This demonstration is provided courtesy of Bradshaw’s Mill and Costello’s bakery and gives visitors the opportunity to see the full process from grain to bread.

For more information visit: www.driffieldshow.co.uk.

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