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Sunday, 4 September 2016
Nourish Festival at Bovey Tracey September 2016
I think this Nourish Food and Art fair, Bovey Tracey was popular for a couple of reasons - the main one being that the craft fair held in the town in June is really high quality, and this is hosted by the same organisers. So it was a good indicator of a high standard, plus the event would be well organised and fun to attend.
It was really busy - the main street had all the food and drink stalls and the art/craft was in the methodist hall.
Considering the weather was showery and looked a bit damp and grey, there were as many members of the public there as I would have expected on a sunny day. It was actually quite difficult to get at many of the stalls as there were so many people looking (and hopefully buying) the attractive wares on offer.
I ate it quickly when I got home - it was delicious - nice and umami with a fresh lime wedge. Plenty of chicken, noodles and broth - all served in an eco-friendly recyclable pot.
I also bought a lemon-scented geranium - a Pelargonium Cy's Sunburst (pictured above - the yellowy one on the far left.) from the nice man from Laurel Farm Herbs (Whiddon Down). This has yellow, crinkly, variegated leaves and can be used in salads. Sounds good.
Outside the Methodist Hall, where the crafts were, Hay Mambo coffee stall seemed to be getting in a few orders!
I spent over an hour at the festival (at least 40 minutes admiring the food, 20 minutes at the Methodist Hall looking at the crafts). Plus a quick 20 minute visit to Devon Guild to see their latest exhibition. I would have spent longer at the festival if the sun was shining. A band was playing which added to the atmosphere, but I didn't linger.