Solihull’s Big Taste Food Festival
There’s a feast for the senses and family fun as Solihull’s big taste festival (3-4 October) serves up live music and al fresco dining in Mell Square
Make a date for dinner and live music in Mell Square this October as Solihull’s Big Taste food festival returns, on 3-4 October, filling the town with sizzling smells and fabulous flavours to tempt and tease the taste buds.
Organised by Solihull Business Improvement District, There will be stunning meals being served by the town’s hottest chefs, live jazz and soul from the likes of The Broombusters and Ricky Cool, fun, family entertainment and the stunning vintage bus bar serving champagne, cool beers and innovative cocktails.
As well as showcase sessions by the culinary masters of the town, there is the chance for visitors to select taster plates from each of the restaurants’ stands, creating unique and eclectic meals to enjoy, in a special open air restaurant, with family, friends or colleagues.
The emphasis is on fun at the end of the working week, from the launch during lunch hour of Friday 3rd October onwards, with a backdrop of vibrant jazz and soul rhythms and the heady scent of spices cooking in the open air setting the scene for a lively afternoon and early evening.
The following day (Saturday 4th October) there’s plenty of family entertainment all day long including children’s hula-hoop dance classes, balloon modelling and uni-cycling fun and colouring competitions with LIV and Build a Bear.
Monica Price, UK Nutritional Advisor for the Love Food Hate Waste Campaign, will be sharing delicious recipes to use up leftovers, handy hints and tips for storing food to make it last longer. There will be something for everyone, whether you are a keen cook, or simply want to reduce the amount of food which you throw away. Every year in the UK £12 billion worth of food, which could have been eaten, is thrown away. The Love Food Hate Waste programme from WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme) which shows that by doing easy practical everyday things in the home everyone can waste less food; saving money and helping the environment too.
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