I’m helping out with the organisation of this year’s Lewes OctoberFeast food festival that runs from Friday 27th Sep to Sunday 6th of Oct. Among the things I’ve been up to as a committee member has been helping to plan the Street Food Feast at Harvey’s Brewery Yard on Saturday 28th Sep and transmitting tasty snippets of information under the guise of @lewesoctfeast.
The second is a first for me, the Gannet & Parrot Blogger Meet, otherwise known as an informal networking event for food and drink writers and bloggers based in Sussex. It will be held upstairs at The Lewes Arms on Tuesday 1st October from 7.30pm and will open with a light discussion about food writing and new media, accompanied with (and followed by) a drink from the bar. The event is open to all interested parties, from professional food journos and copywriters to bloggers and those seriously wanting to break into the field. Entry is free via guest list so please register your interest via the comments form below or by email.
Last but not least, I’m editing a series of posts on the Lewes OctoberFeast website inviting the 50+ groups and businesses involved with this year’s festival to share recipes reflecting the range of fresh produce local to Sussex and their kind of cooking. The series launched this week with The Secret Campsite and Guyrope Gourmet‘s Lemon Verbena Tea, Pepita Fruit‘s Postre de Maracuya and Synergy Theatre‘s Veiled Peasant Girls . Please have a read, and if you try making any of their delicious dishes, do let us know how you get on!
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About Chloe King
I'm a freelance writer, designer and webby type. I live with my husband and daughter in the south of England. I like to cook and can throw a good party.
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