Oundle Food Festival 2015

This 2015 Oundle Food Festival, sponsored by AGA Peterborough, was part of the Oundle International Festival and took place on Saturday 18 July. The centre of Oundle was given over to a massive celebration of great produce and attracted thousands of delighted consumers. Already impatient for next year's? The provisional date for your diary is Saturday 16 July 2016.

 

 

Pictures from the 2014 Oundle Food Festival

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  • Oundle Food Festival 2010
  • Oundle Food Festival 2010
  • Oundle Food Festival 2010
  • Oundle Food Festival 2010
  • Oundle Food Festival 2010
  • Oundle Food Festival 2010
  • Oundle Food Festival 2010
  • Oundle Food Festival 2010
  • Oundle Food Festival 2010
  • Oundle Food Festival 2010
  • Oundle Food Festival 2010

Latest News

Festival Food

During the 2015 Festival week a number of local restaurants put on a special menu to celebrate our wonderful local producers, or to enable you to grab a pre-concert... [More...]

Events at 2015 Oundle Food Festival

The following additional events took place in the run up to the 2015 Food Festival Introduction to Single Malt Scotch Whisky at AmpsAmps Fine Wines: 01832 273502 Aga... [More...]

Aga Peterborough to sponsor this year's Food Festival

AGA Peterborough based at Warmington Mill have announced that they are once again delighted to be sponsoring the Oundle Food Festival. 'As a local business we appreciate... [More...]

The OOO Company to feature in The Cambridgeshire Cook Book

They’re really excited to have been asked to be featured in a new book highlighting the cuisine of the region called The Cambridgeshire Cook Book. They'll be featured... [More...]

new recipe boxes from Riverford

Riverford will be bringing their recipe boxes to the Food Festival on 18th July.  This is the latest chaper in the Riverford story. The recipe boxes contain all you need... [More...]

Provisional date

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2016 Street Market

Saturday 16th July

Latest Recipes

Nigel Slater's potato, speck and purple sprouting broccoli

Nigel Slater uses speck for this because its flavour holds up well against the... [More...]

fennel marmalade

A recipe from Gary Rhodes, this can be made in double quantities and kept in an... [More...]

sea bass with asparagus "tagliatelle" and champagne foam,

two bunches of asparagus, thick stemmed four sea bass fillets 200ml brut champagne... [More...]

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's pumpkin & raisin loaf

Grated pumpkin or squash works just as well as carrot in a cake, making for a sweet,... [More...]

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