The phenomenon that are dinner parties could be said to be the results of re-enacting your own Come Dine With…
York Asparagus Festival, which is being held on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 May at various locations around the city,…
The spring of 2012 brings forth the creation of ‘York’s Sweet Story’, explore the history and the brilliance that is chocolate.
Join York-based artist Simon Bull for an enjoyable drawing and painting workshop to help improve your portraiture skills.
With York being crowned the “Best UK Destination for Food & Wine” earlier this year, we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to fine dining in the city. That said, there is always room in the market for doing something different, and that’s precisely what The Tin Duck Supper Club achieves.
Today’s live cooking demonstration will be led by Mal Storey of York Pavilion Hotel, using fresh produce from festival stallholders.
The penultimate day of a spectacular schedule of delicious delights for the entire family.
Today at the York Food & Drink Festival is dedicated to promoting and educating us about sustainability and food waste.
Kishor Dabhi of Hansa’s Restaurant is amongst one of the chefs giving a culinary masterclass.
Learn how to mill your own flour and bake a loaf to take home.
Food, glorious food. And lots of it! Learn, taste, buy and try something new…
Over 200 children each day get the chance to have a go at cooking in special workshops in the Guildhall.
Meet some animals, make your own butter, create a delicious lunch for £1, learn from top chefs, go on a historic pub tour, have dinner at the Lord Mayors table…
On Tuesday and Wednesday evening, the Food&Drink Festival’s pop-up Fountain Café will be hosting Live at Five.
Mid-way through this stunning festival of treats galore. If you haven’t got involved yet check out this programme…
Want to learn about sherry? Want to learn about wine? Want to learn to cook like the experts? Want a sausage contest? …this is a day for you.