Stallholders at Crediton Food and Drink Festival 2016

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An alphabetical list of Saturday’s stallholders

The African Chef African-Chef-Chilli-Jam Return visit by this a revolutionary brand that combines local UK ingredients, primarily sourced in Devon, with African tree foods which include Baobab, Moringa & Shea butter and soon Safou (aka as the African plum). These ingredients have the potential to support a more sustainable farming system, that could help double the income of rural communities and feed the world’s poor.www.theafricanchef.com
Authentic Thai

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We know how many of you look forward to your Thai food, so come and enjoy chicken noodles, beef prawns, Pad Thai, special fried rice, chicken satay, chicken curry and spring rolls.
BennevitisBennevitisRedyeates A chance to sample local wine from Cheriton Fitzpaine, Redyeates Wedge Vineyard. These Farmers’ Market regulars offer red, white and rosé still wines. Read all about the grapes and the makers at www.bennevitis.com
Baobab Cafe 

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Welcome to the newest resident of the Town Square who will be serving their food al fresco.
Bread of Devon  Farmer’s market regular with their special selection of breads.
Burcher’s Eggs StallEggs2 Farmer’s market regular with her selection of eggs and associated products.
Cox’s Butchers DemoMeat Come ready for some ‘delishusness’ again this year from your High Street butcher and purveyor of local meats. www.coxbutchers.co.uk
Crediton Coffee Company

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Speciality coffees being served out in the open as well as from the coffee shop all day.

www.creditoncoffee.co.uk

Crediton Dairy

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Welcome back to our sponsors and their fabulous milk products.
Curworthy Cheese Curworthy2014 For the last 25 years Curworthy Cheese has been made at Stockbeare Farm situated in the mid-Devon countryside under the shadow of Dartmoor. A perfect area for grass growing with its unique climate of rain and humidity. The milk is sourced from local dairy farmers,  delivered overnight and pasteurised the next morning to make this award-winning  cheese. Curworthy is a full fat hard cheese with a creamy light buttery taste when young and developing into a full-flavoured mellowness when aged. www.curworthycheese.co.uk
Dan the Fish Man
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Fish magic from Farmer’s Market regular with his van load of fresh North Devon fish. Look out for him in the demonstration marquee at 1.15pm as well! www.clovellyfish.com
Devonshire Made 

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Festival regular with your favourite fudge.
Gardener’s Delight Traditional market garden growing fruit, vegetables, cut flowers and plants. Whilst not organically registered they use traditional techniques, without pesticides, using modern integrated pest management. Farmer’s Market regulars returning to the Festival. www.gardenplantsandgifts.co.uk
Goierri FoodsGoierriMontage Spanish-Basque cuisine from Eric Jenner Mendia, revisiting all sessions at the Festival for the fourth time; so get those palates ready for paella or tortilla or …
Good Game  GoodGame1 Artisan curers based in Topsham, who’ll try their hand at anything (yum, yum their cold-smoked halloumi) – and you can learn how at their demo session. They only use salt and natural Exe estuary air using locally sourced produce. Read more on www.good-game.co.uk
Grape and Grain The small High Street shop with the Aladdin’s cave of wine, beer, ciders and spirits, ventures out on to Market Street.
Hanlon’s Brewery StallHanlons Who fancies a spot of Yellowhammer? All the way from Half Moon Village…www.hanlonsbrewery.com
Hat-a-Cakes A small local business that designs great custom cupcakes, decorated biscuits, favours and place names and offers a bespoke wedding cake service. A Crediton Farmer’s Market and Food Festival regular. www.hatacakes.co.uk
Higher Hacknell Organic Meat Home produced award-winning organic local meat available for home delivery from this Farmer’s Market regular. www.higherhacknell.co.uk
Icycle Tricycle Get your delicious local ice cream from a classic 1920’s style Pashley ice cream bike/tricycle/cart. Hand-made Devonshire Farmhouse Ice Cream from Guernsey and Jersey cows with traditional clotted cream and Farmer Tom’s Ice Cream using all natural ingredients. www.icicletricycle.co.uk
Il CasitaIlCasitaDemo2014 Il Casita @ 1 St Lawrence Green, Crediton, opened in June 2013. Nick and Tina have used their knowledge of the local surrounding areas combined with their love for travelling as chefs to produce good seasonal Mediterranean cuisine, using the best seasonal ingredients along with classic ingredients from the Mediterranean; here throughout the Festival – and giving a demonstration at 11.45am on Saturday with sourdough pizzas. www.ilcasita.co.uk
India in a Jar

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 Namaste! From the Farmer’s Market but new to the Festival. Experience the uncomprehendingly mysterious power of culinary India in a Jar MADE IN DEVON by Top Hat Fun Chef Collin D Pereira. www.indiainajar.com
Isca AlesIsca Ales 2014 Back up from Dawlish with their range of specially brewed ales. www.iscaales.co.uk
Nessie’s Bistro Delicious homemade ice-cream from your local Bistro owner. www.nessiesbistro.co.uk
Norsworthy Dairy Goats

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Farmer’s market regular with their tasty selection of goat cheeses. norsworthydairygoats.blogspot.co.uk
Oakcroft Produce  Oakcroft is a small family-run farm in West Devon, dedicated to producing top quality meat in a way that is both welfare friendly and environmentally sensitive. The animals are farmed and processed in a traditional, non-intensive manner, and are all fed on a natural additive-free diet. They mix the animal feed themselves from locally grown crops to suit their old fashioned breeds, and do not use growth promoters or routine antibiotics. They belief in farming with slow-grown traditional breeds of animal, because it is better both for the welfare of the animals and unbeatable flavour and succulence. www.oakcroftfarmproduce.co.uk
Oliver’s Bakery Fantastic bread, cakes and savouries from Crediton’s central High Street baker. olivers-bakery.co.uk
PanCrêpes QuickCrepes Pick up a pancake at all three sessions from these return visitors (previously known as Quick Crepes) to the Festival. www.pancrepes.co.uk
Quickes Traditional Quickes2014 Multi award-winning farmers and cheesemakers, producing traditional clothbound cheddar, using milk from the farm’s own dairy herd just up the road in Newton St Cyres. www.quickes.co.uk
Red Ruby Devon Beef  Meat from the heart of Devon (or visit their shop in Clannaborough open Wednesday to Saturday, 9.30 to 5.30 and from the Crediton Farmers Market). www.redrubydevonbeef.co.uk
Redhill Farm Apple JuiceRedhillAppleJuice2014 Time to stock up on delicious 100% pure apple juices. Totally free from additives and preservatives, never from concentrate. Nothing is added but the apples, grown, hand-picked, pressed and bottled on the farm in Burlescombe (01823 67 22 44).There are 350 varieties of apple grown in the orchards; along with the woods, Redhill Farm is a haven for local wildlife: woodpeckers, nuthatch, bullfinch, roe deer, bats, great crested newt and many other species.
Riverford Home Delivery, Riverford Come and meet your local Riverford Veglady and Vegman – delivering fresh, seasonal organic produce throughout North and West Devon and learn about the range of boxes they offer. www.riverford.co.uk
Ruth’s Real Food Taste from a range of home-cooked luxury ready meals from this Festival and Farmers’ Market regular; with us on Sun as well. www.ruthsrealfood.co.uk
Sandford Orchards
Local craft cider producer pressing top quality juices and ciders. From humble beginnings in a barn in Devon these ciders are now being enjoyed all over the world. “Our methods are simple and so is our ethos: we only bottle the best. We are enormously proud to have been recognised for our endeavours. We are a family business full of passion for our products, we believe that Devon ciders and juices are the best in the world – we want you to taste them!”
facebook.com/sandfordorchards
Shute Fruit and Produce Taste squeaky fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables from their Pick Your Own farm. Lori also makes award winning luscious preserves and elderflower cordial. Last year’s stall favourite on the Saturday, Lori is kicking off our Demos in the marquee by showing you how to do a cream tea in 30 minutes.  www.shutefruit.co.uk
Slow ‘n Low Print Slow ‘n Low are cooking up some of the best American influenced smoked and barbecue food using the best Devon ingredients.
Feast on Texas style beef brisket, succulent North Carolina style pulled pork, or juicy baby back ribs that could have come all the way from Memphis. Served in artisan made bread with sides, slaw and pickle. Try out the Louisiana Hot Links, a taste of American deep south made in South Devon. slownlow.co.uk
South Devon Pizza CompanySDPCJames and woodfired oven A return visit by The South Devon Pizza Company, a small family-run business based near Kingsbridge who make to order delicious homemade wood-fired pizzas using homemade and hand-kneaded dough, homemade tomato sauce and the finest local and Italian ingredients. The pizzas are thin and crispy, c.10″ in size, take c.90 seconds to cook in a portable wood-fired oven and will be very popular throughout the Festival.
Stanbury & Sons Farmer’s Market regulars and game dealers on their first visit to the Festival.
Stinky Vintage Freshly made cheesy delights out of Betsy; savoury and sweet, toasties and baked goodies – mmmm! www.stinkyvintage.co.uk
Three Little Pigs Real ales and other drink and food throughout the Festival from the Town Square’s own favourite pub and restaurant.
Top That Cake and Stevie B’s StallStevieB Top that Cake selling cake accessories and equipment with Stevie B’s bakery products. “Our main aim is to promote natural flavours and organic food.”
Vibrant Veggie Kitchen Tasty treats for all.
Walson Scotch Eggs Delicious, homemade, fresh cooked Scotch Eggs coated in a variety of mouthwatering flavours – as Farmers’ Market regulars will know!
World Food Café

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 Last year voted your favourite stall for Sunday back again in all its colour. Suitable for vegans, vegetarians,and gluten free (children under 10 half price).

An alphabetical list of Saturday evening’s stallholders

Authentic Thai
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We know how many of you look forward to your Thai food, so come and enjoy chicken noodles, beef prawns, Pad Thai, special fried rice, chicken satay, chicken curry and spring rolls.
BennevitisBennevitisRedyeates A chance to sample local wine from Cheriton Fitzpaine, Redyeates Wedge Vineyard. These Farmers’ Market regulars offer red, white and rosé still wines.Read all about the grapes and the makers at www.bennevitis.com
Baobab Cafe 

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Welcome to the newest resident of the Town Square who will be serving their food al fresco.
Goierri Foods
GoierriMontage
Spanish-Basque cuisine here throughout the Festival from Eric Jenner Mendia, revisiting the Festival for the fourth time; so get those palates ready for paella or tortilla or…
Good Game 
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Artisan curers based in Topsham, who’ll try their hand at anything (yum, yum their cold-smoked halloumi) – and you can learn how at their demo session. They only use salt and natural Exe estuary air using locally sourced produce. Read more on www.good-game.co.uk
Il CasitaIlCasitaDemo2014 Il Casita @ 1 St Lawrence Green, Crediton, opened in June 2013. Nick and Tina have used their knowledge of the local surrounding areas combined with their love for travelling as chefs to produce good seasonal Mediterranean cuisine, using the best seasonal ingredients along with classic ingredients from the Mediterranean; here throughout the festival.www.ilcasita.co.uk
PanCrêpes QuickCrepes Pick up a pancake at all three sessions from these return visitors (previously known as Quick Crepes) to the Festival. www.pancrepes.co.uk
Sandford Orchards
Local craft cider producer pressing top quality juices and ciders. From humble beginnings in a barn in Devon these ciders are now being enjoyed all over the world. “Our methods are simple and so is our ethos: we only bottle the best. We are enormously proud to have been recognised for our endeavours. We are a family business full of passion for our products, we believe that Devon ciders and juices are the best in the world – we want you to taste them!”
facebook.com/sandfordorchards
South Devon Pizza CompanySDPCJames and woodfired oven A return visit by The South Devon Pizza Company, a small family-run business based near Kingsbridge who make to order delicious homemade wood-fired pizzas using homemade and hand-kneaded dough, homemade tomato sauce and the finest local and Italian ingredients. The pizzas are thin and crispy, c.10″ in size, take c.90 seconds to cook in a portable wood-fired oven and will be very popular throughout the festival.
Stinky Vintage
Freshly made cheesy delights out of Betsy; savoury and sweet, toasties and baked goodies – mmmm!
www.stinkyvintage.co.uk
Three Little Pigs Stall3LPbar Real ales and other drink and food throughout the festival from the Town Square’s own favourite pub and restaurant.
World Food Café
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 Last year voted your favourite stall for Sunday back again in all its colour. Suitable for vegans, vegetarians,and gluten free (children under 10 half price).

An alphabetical list of stallholders at the Bg Sunday Lunch

Authentic Thai

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We know how many of you look forward to your Thai food, so come and enjoy chicken noodles, beef prawns, Pad Thai, special fried rice, chicken satay, chicken curry and spring rolls.
Baobab Cafe 

Baobab Cafe

 

Welcome to the newest resident of the Town Square who will be serving their food al fresco.
Bennevitis  BennevitisRedyeates A chance to sample local wine from Cheriton Fitzpaine, Redyeates Wedge Vineyard. These Farmers’ Market regulars offer red, white and rosé still wines.Read all about the grapes and the makers at www.bennevitis.com
Big Pot Kitchen Back for their third Festival inspired by delicious dishes served in Brittany markets and specialising in big pot cooking with ingredients sourced close to their West Country home. Get drawn in by the aroma of (maybe) sausage, potato and cider on Sunday (www.bigpotkitchen.co.uk)
CISCO 

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The Crediton International Social and Cultural Organisation returns to regale you with dishes cooked by our international residents.
Crediton Coffee Company 

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Speciality coffees being served out in the open as well as from the coffee shop all day.
www.creditoncoffee.co.uk
Goierri FoodsGoierriMontage Spanish-Basque cuisine from  Eric Jenner Mendia, revisiting all sessions at the Festival for the fourth time; so get those palates ready for paella or tortilla or…
Good Game  GoodGame1 Artisan curers based in Topsham, who’ll try their hand at anything (yum, yum their cold-smoked halloumi) – and you can learn how at their demo session. They only use salt and natural Exe estuary air using locally sourced produce. Read more on www.good-game.co.uk
Grandpa FranksGrandpafrankslogo Genuine frankfurters that both ethical and healthy! Gluten free,without soya or binders, 90% meat with natural herbs and spices (no extracts or artificial bits) and smoked using fruit woods. Menu includes: Classic Smoked, Smokey Chilli, Black Dog, Hop Dog. www.grandpafranks.co.uk
Hanlon’s Brewery StallHanlons Who fancies a spot of Yellowhammer? All the way from Half Moon Village…www.hanlonsbrewery.com
Hat-a-CakesHat-a-Cake A small local business that designs great custom cupcakes, decorated biscuits, favour and place names and offers a bespoke wedding cake service. A Crediton Farmer’s Market and Food Festival regular. www.hatacakes.co.uk
Icycle Tricycle icicletrike Get your delicious local ice cream from a classic 1920’s style Pashley ice cream bike/tricycle/cart. Hand-made Devonshire Farmhouse Ice Cream from Guernsey and Jersey cows with traditional clotted cream and Farmer Tom’s Ice Cream using all natural ingredients. www.icicletricycle.co.uk
Il Casita
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Il Casita @ 1 St Lawrence Green, Crediton, opened in June 2013. Nick and Tina have used their knowledge of the local surrounding areas combined with their love for travelling as chefs to produce good seasonal Mediterranean cuisine, using the best seasonal ingredients along with classic ingredients from the Mediterranean; here throughout the Festival. www.ilcasita.co.uk
India in a Jar

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Namaste! From the Farmer’s Market but new to the Festival. Experience the uncomprehendingly mysterious power of culinary India in a Jar MADE IN DEVON by Top Hat Fun Chef Collin D Pereira. www.indiainajar.com
Little Emlett Fruit A bumper crop last year means a stall at this year’s Food festival selling delicious apple juice to help wash down your lunch.
M Welsh Catering Services

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Small local family run outside caterer and chef agency specialising in superb, fresh and perfectly cooked food. From event catering, hog roasts and barbecues to high quality sit down meals for weddings and private dining. All cooked by Mike Welsh, a chef with 23 years experience in the trade and an immense amount of passion for what he does. Website is currently under construction but you can find out all about us on our facebook page MWelsh-Catering-Services
PanCrêpes QuickCrepes Pick up a pancake at all three sessions from these return visitors (previously known as Quick Crepes) to the Festival. www.pancrepes.co.uk
Ruth’s Real Food RuthsRealFood Taste from a range of home-cooked luxury ready meals from this Festival and Farmers’ Market regular; also with us on Saturday 10am-3pm.
www.ruthsrealfood.co.uk
Sandford OrchardsSandfordOrchardsLogo From humble beginnings in a barn in Devon these ciders are now being enjoyed all over the world. “Our methods are simple and so is our ethos: we only bottle the best. We are enormously proud to have been recognised for our endeavours. We are a family business full of passion for our products, we believe that Devon ciders and juices are the best in the world – we want you to taste them!”
facebook.com/sandfordorchards
South Devon Pizza Company, SDPCJames and woodfired oven A return visit by The South Devon Pizza Company, a small family-run business based near Kingsbridge who make to order delicious homemade wood-fired pizzas using homemade and hand-kneaded dough, homemade tomato sauce and the finest local and Italian ingredients. The pizzas are thin and crispy, c.10″ in size, take c.90 seconds to cook in a portable wood-fired oven and will be very popular throughout the Festival.
Surf n Turf Kitchen Handmade Scotch Eggs in a variety of amazing flavours from traditional to seasonal: black pudding, seasoned pork mince with quality black pudding; hot Spanish, a take on chorizo spices but without the cured meat; pork and apple; biryani, with Indian inspired spices; garlic and herb, with traditional Toulouse herbs and spices; Streaker! egg wrapped in bacon with a sage and onion sausage spice mix; the Veggie one, either chickpea, sweetcorn, spring onion, chill, ginger and lime or pea, broadbean, fresh mint and cumin ..
Stinky Vintage
Freshly made cheesy delights out of Betsy; savoury and sweet, toasties and baked goodies – mmmm!
www.stinkyvintage.co.uk
Three Little Pigs Real ales and other drink and food  throughout the Festival from the Town Square’s own favourite pub and restaurant.
Top That Cake and Stevie B’s StallStevieB Top that Cake selling cake accessories and equipment with Stevie B’s bakery products. “Our main aim is to promote natural flavours and organic food.”
World Food Café

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 Last year voted your favourite stall for Sunday back again in all its colour. Suitable for vegans, vegetarians,and gluten free (children under 10 half price).