Bite Magazine’s Festive Fancies Sat 22nd November

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Bite Magazine’s Festive Fancies
Christmas Food Fair

Saturday 22nd November 1-5pm
The PeartreeThe Counting House in Edinburgh
Sponsored by Edinburgh Gins

Bite Magazine is delighted to announce full details of its upcoming seasonal food event, which will take place on the afternoon of Saturday 22nd November 2014 at The Counting House in Edinburgh.

For those among us whose Christmas gift list – both given and wished for – usually starts and ends with food & drinks, this event will be sure to please. The cosy Christmas fair (120 tickets) features a sparkling list of some of Scotland and Edinburgh’s finest suppliers and producers. From gourmet shortbread, marshmallows, cakes and chocolates, to rapeseed oil, Italian truffles and Scottish charcuterie, there really is something for everyone. Not forgetting the classic Christmas pudding, of course! Guests will be treated to samples of all the suppliers’ gourmet produce and will also have an opportunity to buy items on the day.

Event sponsors, Edinburgh Gins will be warming up guests on arrival with a welcome G & T perfectly served using their classic original Gin. You can also sample the newest addition to their range of creative flavours; Rhubarb and Ginger.

 

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Bacco Wines will be running tastings throughout the afternoon in the private bar, matching some fine Italian wines with delicious panettone.

Talented young private chef Russell Smith, of Russell-Up Catering, will be running food demos, sharing ideas and tips on how to plate up easy but elegant dishes over the festive period.

Tickets include a welcome G&T from Edinburgh Gins, delicious sampling from a selection of stalls, wine and panettone pairings & food demos and a goody bag to take home.

Bite Magazine’s Editor, Sharon Wilson says ‘I’m delighted to have this exceptional selection of food & drinks producers and suppliers on board for the event. Everyone loves a delicious treat or two at Christmastime and all the stallholders are looking forward to bringing along some delicious treats on the day’.

This boutique event promises to be a fun, interactive afternoon, filled with great food, drinks and a little bit of festive magic!

Event & Ticket Details:

Event Runs 1-5pm
Tickets include: A welcome G & T on arrival
Edinburgh Gins sampling
Wine & panettone pairings
Food sampling and grazing
Goody bag to take away
Full-price tickets £15 (a limited number of early-bird £12 tickets are available)
Tickets must be purchased in advance, available online from http://www.bite-magazine.com/product/916/12/22nd-november-bites-festive-fancies-xmas-fair/d3be6c7cec474edce97148e0d966ec53

Full List of Participants – our baker’s dozen!

Sponsor: Edinburgh Gins http://www.spencerfieldspirit.com/products/edinburgh-gin/
Bacco Wines http://www.bacco-wine.co.uk/
BonnyVita http://bonnyvita.wordpress.com/
Edinburgh Larder & Bistro http://edinburghlarder.co.uk/
Eteaket http://www.eteaket.co.uk/
Hammond Charcuterie http://www.hammondcharcuterie.co.uk/
Pinnies & Poppyseeds http://pinniesandpoppyseeds.com/
Russell-Up Private Chef http://www.russell-up.co.uk/
Storycakes http://www.storycakes.co.uk/
Supernature Oils http://www.supernature.uk.com/
The Manna House Bakery & Patisserie http://themannahousebakery.co.uk/
Thinking Chocolate http://anandachocolates.vpweb.co.uk/default.html
Tipsy Mallows http://www.tipsymallows.co.uk/

Venue:

The Counting House (above the Pear Tree)
36 West Nicholson Street
Edinburgh
EH8 9DD
http://countinghouse.pear-tree-house.co.uk/
Please note that unfortunately the venue is not wheelchair accessible.

Social Media Links:

Twitter: @festivebite
Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1008051662554432/

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