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Andy Waters Praises Local Prodcuers

Andy Waters at the Chefs Table Restaurant, Ludlow Food Festival, with Head Chef Mbark Jbara

Andy Waters at the Chefs Table Restaurant Ludlow Food Festival, with Head Chef Mbark Jbara

Chef Patron of renowned Edmunds Restaurant in Birmingham visited the Ludlow Food Festival last weekend and praised the range of local producers on show and the quality of their goods, “I am absolutelythe range of produce on display here. The show is vast, and so well organised” comments Andy “I knew the Ludlow Food Festival prided itself in focusing on Shropshire and The Marches, but I did nt realise just how many there were in the relatively small area”

Andy was visiting the show to source new ingredients for his forthcoming Autumn menus, and ‘Taste of the Counties’ menus “We are spoilt for choice in this region. I spoke with many producers including Brock Hall Farm Goats Cheese from Bridgnorth who produce an amazingly light fresh cheese from her pedigree herd, as well as Mr Moydens cheese, who had their Wrekin Blue on the Chefs Table Restaurant cheese board, alongside drinks from Chase Spirits, with their potato vodka and apple gin, and some of the more artisan prodcuers like Bon Bonnier chocolates from Shrewsbury, and even tried the Bridgnorth Melons from Caroline Lee’s in Bridgnorth, they were superb”

Andy will shortly be launching his new website, with many of these local producers profiled “I will certainly be back to the region to choose ingredients for my menus, and will definitely be back next year to the festival.”

Links; More information register on their forthcoming website www.edmundsrestaurant.co.uk

Andy Waters on the Eat the Midlands stand

Andy Waters on the Eat the Midlands stand

Andy Wates with James Chase of Chase Distillery

Andy Wates with James Chase of Chase Distillery

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