After our trip to the London event, of course we were so excited about Vegan Summer Fest Brighton! We couldn’t wait to get down, and were excited to be roaming about outside on a bright sunny day. There were two parts to the set-up: a giant marquee filled with all kinds of stands, and an outdoor area complete with a stage and lots of street food.
This weekend we were so excited to visit Vegan Summer Fest London! The event was so fun and we’ve got some highlights to share with you here. Keep going to the bottom to see our video highlights!
First off, there were SO MANY stalls. It was like a vegan paradise! All kinds of products were represented. You could get vegan protein powder, apparel with vegan slogans, cakes, chocolates, burgers, stews and chillis, pet food, vegan cheese, smoothies and milkshakes, frozen yoghurt, badges, crisps, tea, jewellery, alcohol, and so much more. We had a whale of a time, and it took us over an hour just to go around looking at the stalls before we even bought anything.
After the success of our Vegan Summer Fest London giveaway, we’ve got another one coming up for you! These tickets are for Vegan Summer Fest Brighton, which will be taking place on the 3rd & 4th June 2017.
Vegan Summer Fest Brighton is another instalment of this travelling vegan festival, which might be better for those of you living in the south! It’s a bit closer to home for us, so we’re very much looking forward to heading down for a great time and a waft of sea air.
This week we have a really exciting giveaway for you. We’ve got a pair of giveaway tickets available for Vegan Summer Fest London, happening on the 13th May!
Vegan Summer Fest London is a huge vegan festival with 150 fantastic stalls for you to browse. There will be 10 world food caterers, free samples, inspirational cookery demos and informative talks running throughout the day, so there’s no shortage of things to do. There’s also a meet up zone and plenty of children’s activities for the whole family to take part in!
This week we’re doing something a little different – a reader survey! We want to ask you what kind of recipes you enjoy seeing, what you like about the ones we already share, and what you would like to see in the future.
This survey is open-ended, so don’t worry if you see this a week or a month after posting – we’re always open to hear your thoughts.
It’s time for a recipe round-up once more! Today, we’re looking at cherry tomatoes. I have a real love-hate relationship with them: I can’t stand raw tomatoes at all, but when these are cooked, they often lend just what is needed to the dish. Here’s 10 recipes using them for you to try!
Something a little different this week: a review of a television show, which you can watch right now on Netflix. Chef’s Table: France is a series looking at some of the most famous and esteemed chefs in France, exploring their methods and the dishes that made them well-known. It starts with a feature on Alain Passard, who is head chef and owner at L’Arpege in Paris.
It’s time for another of our travel guides – this time based in Birmingham! I regularly go out there for fashion shows (or did until the Clothes Show shut its doors), and this year managed to stay on a little longer to visit some attractions around the area. This is by no means a comprehensive rundown of Birmingham’s vegetarian food and I would love to go back to explore some more – if I do, this guide will be updated. For now, let’s take a look at my travels!
We don’t normally do reviews for places that don’t serve burgers, but Wahaca definitely deserves a nod. It’s one of our go-to places to eat when we’re out at Bluewater or even in London, especially if we happen to be by the Southbank. So, this week I’m reviewing Wahaca, along with a few photos from our last visit!
And we’re back with another veggie feast – this time from our New Year celebrations! Just as with the Christmas food, we have a set schedule for our meals at this time of year. On New Year’s Eve we have a massive buffet with finger food to enjoy. Then on New Year’s Day we sit down to a two-course meal with starters and mains. Throw in copious amounts of champagne and other celebratory drinks and it’s a party!