LEEDS FOOD & FLAVOURS FESTIVAL 2018
18TH FEBRUARY, 2018
ST. EDMUNDS CHURCH IN ROUNDHAY, LEEDS
Get ready to taste your way around the world this February with the exciting new Leeds Food & Flavours Festival.
A colourful line up of the city’s most vibrant minority and ethnic communities invite you to sample tastings of their delicious traditional recipes. Brimming with pride and eager to talk about their culinary customs, the groups taking part include East African, Greek, Gujarati, Jewish, Lithuanian, Punjabi, Cameroon, Thai and Zimbabwean just to name but a few!
This winter tasting festival not only offers mouth-watering bites, but a range of live cooking demonstrations, live cultural arts performances, kids fun and a chance to chat about international food traditions both past and present. There will also be local producers selling scrumptious goodies and an all-day eatery, so you will be sure not to go away hungry.
Ellie Ruhan, Festival Director of Makor Jewish Culture explains, “Our mutual love of food opens up a great opportunity to celebrate not only what we have in common, but what makes us unique.”
This celebration of vegetarian and fish based international cuisine will be held on Sunday 18th February, 11.30am – 4.30pm at St Edmunds Church Halls, Lidgett Park Road, Roundhay.
Tickets are £5 for adults and are available from Eventbrite at ‘Leeds Food & Flavours Festival’ or on the door. Children welcome at £3.00 a child on the door.
The Leeds Food & Flavours Festival is facilitated by Makor Jewish Culture, in partnership with St Edmund’s Church and is support by The Big Lottery Fund and Near Neighbours.
For further details contact Makor on 0113 2680899, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.