Ditch the Diets; Your Food and Drink Guide in May

Let’s ditch the diets and celebrate the glory of all that’s amazing about food and drink in Manchester. We’re a city filled with some of the world’s best cuisine and we’re here to take advantage of all the amazing things our city has to offer, whether its street food or five star, England’s second city is filled to the brim with things for every foodie this May and here are just some of the options out there to really extend your palette and make you appreciate the simplicity and the gloriousness of a decent meal.

Experience English Wine
Friday 6th May
Jury’s Hotel Inn
www.manchesterwineschool.com/catlist.php?cat=52

An exploration of the 450 vineyards currently within England this course is an experience onto to itself. One night of British wines helping you experience everything that’s great about the wine from our homeland. As England becomes a larger player in the wine industry over the past ten years, events like this have become all that more popular with consumers favouring their delicate flavours over some of the more commercial grapes. This is the opportunity for a scoop so get one of these hot tickets before it becomes sold out.

Castlefield Food Festival
Thursday 12th - Sunday 15th 
Castlefield
www.castlefieldfoodfestival.co.uk

Serving up a multitude of different foods and hands-on stalls the Castlefield food festival is a celebration of all things good about street food and higher class items. Including a late night market starting on the Thursday if you’re working throughout the day, the Castlefield food festival is a celebration of all things that are good about local food growers in Manchester. There are prizes to be won, including some very expensive wine to be won by some lucky person.

Middle Eastern Cookery
Saturday 21st May
The Cheshire Cookery School
www.thecheshirecookeryschool.com

Learn how to plan, prep and cook fabulous Persian, Turkish and Lebanese dishes, using traditional ingredients such as sumac, pomegranate molasses, rose water & pistachios - plus pick up an array of chef’s tips and techniques. The course starts with a coffee and a chat with the chef about the class ahead, and then it's through to the kitchens for demonstrations of the dishes you'll be cooking.

By Katie Beech   -   11-04-2016

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