Say No to Waste for the AFF Grow It, Cook It, Eat It Competition 2014

I love the Abergavenny Food Festival. This competition is an excellent way to get older children interested in practical cooking.

The Abergavenny Food Festival Blog

Calling all schools and groups in the South East Wales area with young people of secondary school age. Now’s the time to sign up to the 2014  Abergavenny Food Festival ‘Grow It, Cook It, Eat It’ competition. This year’s theme is ‘No Waste’.

Last year’s winners were King Henry VIII School who came up trumps with their Harvest Meal Recipe. Here’s a pic of the winners, with Judges Kate Humble and Julie Barratt, Director, Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (Wales)


The competition is a really important part of the Festival and gives students the chance to show off their culinary skills and perform centre stage. It is an eagerly anticipated part of the Food Academy at the Castle, sponsored for the second year running by Organic Centre Wales with Waitrose Abergavenny contributing to the cost of the ingredients.

Prizes are being provided byThe Celtic Manor Resort. The lucky winners will…

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