Bristol Food Connections with River Cottage

Bristol Food Connections with River Cottage


By Abby Allen
18, May 2018

We are really excited to be taking part in this year's Bristol Food Connections

Bristol Food Connections festival is a citywide celebration of food of epic proportions. 

From 11th – 17th June 2018, residents and visitors alike will be taken on a journey of exploration and discovery of all that is GREAT about food in Bristol (and beyond) through a cornucopia of events that are sure to tantalise and tempt, educate and enlighten. 

It’s a week when food takes over the city, and the team at Bristol Food Connections shine a light on all the great people, businesses and organisations that make Bristol’s food culture so uniquely independent and creative – celebrating every aspect of the journey of food – from field to fork.

We are teaming up with our friends at River Cottage Kitchen for an evening of mouth-watering food and thought-provoking conversation with Peter.

With the rise in veganism and global meat consumption on an unhealthy trajectory, Peter will be asking the question whether we should be eating less meat? From intensively reared to free-range and organic, he’ll be discussing the farming systems and their pros and cons.

Come and enjoy a delicious four-course menu created especially for the evening.

Please call River Cottage Kitchen Bristol on 0117 973 2458 to book. 

Tickets are £35 and places are limited. 

When: Wednesday 13th June
Time: 7:00 pm
Address: River Cottage Kitchen, St Johns Court, Whiteladies Rd, Bristol BS8 2QY

Pipers Farm River Cottage

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