Beats, eats and treats

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Date(s) - 24/06/2017 - 25/06/2017
10:00 am - 7:00 pm

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Barry Island

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Beats, Eats and Treats is returning to Barry Island for it second year, after attracting more than 5,000 people.

The free event returns to Barry Island on June 24th & 25th, with live music compared and hosted by Bro Radio and organised by the Vale of Glamorgan the council.

The event will feature cooking demonstrations from award winning local chefs as well as a range of street food stalls, a farmers market and a variety of entertainment for the whole family, as well as feature stalls from Barry’s twin towns Fécamp, Mouscron and Rheinfelden.

  2017 Pop-up Food Stalls
Tomos a Lilford Brewery Bay 5 Meat and Greek
Mr Croquewich Beetlejuice Dixies Vintage Ices
Ffwrness Pizza Viva los Churros Science Cream
Vale Cider  Bwydiful Tomos a Lilford
Mogcoginio Loving Hut Express Browning’s Food

Food demonstrations will take place on the Island Gardens infront of the Barry ‘High’ and hosted by Sian from Loving Welsh Food. The demonstration area will be surrounded by a farmers market featuring local produce.

  Pop-up Kitchen – Demonstrations Saturday 24 June
 12:00pm – 12:45pm Hangfire Southern Kitchen, Barry.                         Our Food demos kick off with the award winning Shauna and Sam from Hang Fire Southern Kitchen.  Barbecue is a key feature in the restaurant, based in the iconic Pumphouse in Barry, which showcases the best cuisine from New Orleans to Kansas City and Texas to Tennessee, with a Welsh twist using as much local produce as possible.
1:00pm – 1:45pm Stefan Nilsson, The Pilot, Penarth. High on the hill with spectacular views overlooking Cardiff Bay, you’ll find The Pilot in Penarth. On the menu  – great pub classics you would expect from your local,  seasonal specials with flavours inspired by the old seafaring captain whose image has been on the traditional pub sign for years. The Pilot’s entry in the Michelin Pub Guide, the only one in the Vale of Glamorgan, makes it worth a visit.
Saturday 24 June, 2:00pm – 2:45pm Megan Hitchen, winner Cardiff & Vale Future Chef 2017

Meg will be demonstrating her chocolate and raspberry tart, finished with raspberry coulis and a vanilla quenelle, one of her favourite dishes from this year’s competition.

Megan was part of Springboard’s Future Chef Competition, which is the biggest cooking competition for 12 – 16 year old school pupils in the UK. Megan beat another 6 competitors to win the regional round for Cardiff & the Vale and went on to compete in the national final in February. Future Chef attracts over 8,000 young people from 900 schools and is supported by many of the UK’s leading chefs, including the chair Brian Turner CBE.

3:00pm – 3:45pm Dawn Walsh, Dawn’s Pantry Dawns Pantry was established in January 2017.  Based on the popularity of baking and home baking businesses Dawn knew that she would need to do something a bit different. “I love keeping up to date with the latest trends in baking especially cake making and decorating. So why not try and be one step ahead of this, and bring these trends to Cardiff. I am an “Ex Fashion Buyer now Fashion Baker”
4:00pm – 4:45pm Morganne Goodman – Mogcoginio   MogCoginio is a private caterer with a difference. Food is prepared from
scratch, made with skill and passion in addition to being sourced locally
and mindfully. As a classically trained, well travelled and ethically minded chef,
Morganne, who heads up the operation brings a fresh take to real & high
quality food.

 

  Pop-up Kitchen – Demonstrations Sunday 25 June
 12:00pm – 12:45pm Morganne Goodman, Mogcoginio                        MogCoginio is a private caterer with a difference. Food is prepared from
scratch, made with skill and passion in addition to being sourced locally
and mindfully. As a classically trained, well travelled and ethically minded chef,
Morganne, who heads up the operation brings a fresh take to real & high
quality food.
1:00pm – 1:45pm Tom Maynard, Bar 44 Penarth. Tom Maynard is Head Chef at the Cardiff branch of this hugely successful and delicious tapas restaurant – which all started in the Vale of Glamorgan. Tom will be cooking a selection of tapas – bringing a taste of sunny Spain to this year’s Beats, Eats & Treats festival
 2:00pm – 2:45pm Dawn Walsh, Dawn’s Pantry Dawns Pantry was established in January 2017.  Based on the popularity of baking and home baking businesses Dawn knew that she would need to do something a bit different. “I love keeping up to date with the latest trends in baking especially cake making and decorating. So why not try and be one step ahead of this, and bring these trends to Cardiff. I am an “Ex Fashion Buyer now Fashion Baker”
3:00pm – 3:45pm Llanerch Vineyard For the tasting, Sophie will be bringing two of Llanerch’s Cariad still wines, the Dry White and Medium Dry White. Both are made using grapes exclusively from Llanerch Vineyard. White, Rose and Sparkling wines are what we do best! Sadly, the Welsh climate means we are unable to produce a red wine at the moment.
4:00pm – 4:45pm Rolant, Tomos a Lilford Brewery A tasting of Tomos & LIlford beers – with Rolant Tomos.  The brewery was established in 2015 by Rob Lilford, Jim Lilford and Rolant Tomos  – to produce a range of beers to appreciate savour,  and remember. The brews have included a Rowan Berry Stout, Banana beer and Shiitake mushroom ale.

The event will also feature two live music stages hosted by Bro Radio. Under the eastern shelter you’ll find local acoustic artists and on the promenade you’ll find a local community groups including the Vale of Glamorgan Brass Band, Tuba Stank and Barry Male voice choir.

Throughout the week, we’re catching up with the businesses and people who help make the event happen.

Monday – Tomos A Lilford Brewery

Beats, Eats & Treats: Tomos A Liford Brewery

Penwythnos Beats, Eats & Treats Weekender returns this weekend. This week we're featuring the traders, business people and organisers who help make the event happen. Today we speak to tomos a lilford brewery.

Posted by Bro Radio 98.1FM on Monday, 19 June 2017

Tuesday – Hangfire Southern Kitchen

Beats, eats & treats: Hangfire

Penwythnos Beats, Eats & Treats Weekender returns to Barry Island this weekend. Today we caught up with Shauna from Hang Fire Southern Kitchen to find out what you can expect from their demo. Visit the Vale

Posted by Bro Radio 98.1FM on Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Wednesday – Bay 5 Coffee House

Beats, Eats & Treats: Bay 5

Penwythnos Beats, Eats & Treats Weekender is just three days away! Yesterday we caught up with Sophia from Bay 5 Coffee to find out what you can expect from them at the event.

Posted by Bro Radio 98.1FM on Wednesday, 21 June 2017

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