From Saturday 2nd – Sunday 3rd February, Rockliffe Hall is hosting its first Artisan Food Fair to launch its eight-day Festival of Food. Taking place from 10am to 4pm each day, the Artisan Food Fair is the perfect day out for food and drink lovers and includes stalls of artisan produce, street food, spirit schools and live chef demonstrations.
We’ve rounded up some of the region’s best producers who will be there to spice things up:
Created by Niall and Vicky, this range of seven hot chilli sauces all have different heat levels – from the Vic’s Ol’ Smokey (for the chilli wusses) to the Screamer, depending on whether or not you can take the heat. The sauces can be used in anything from bolognese to stir-fry, and are a great addition to your kitchen pantry.
The Twisted Curry Company
Whether it is a mild creamy Korma or an insanely hot Naga Phall you can rely on the Twisted Curry to supply you with the tastiest flavour packed blends to turn you into a curry hero, and there’s everything you could need for a quick supper to a Indian banquet. Brilliant for an easy, but delicious, dinner.
Made by husband and wife team Andrew and Anne-Marie Calder, this range of Piccalilli products range from mild to hot, hot, hot and are based on a traditional family recipe. Their modern version of the British classic has won a Great Taste award, and it also comes in a medium-spiced Chillililli variety, and extremely hot Sillylilli variety.
Head on over to the Street Food Traders and you’ll find Mivesi Spices. A family-run business with its own restaurant in Alnwick, enjoy delicious Bangladeshi dishes that are full of authentic flavours.