Scotland is home to hundreds of outstanding producers, suppliers, restaurants and foodie entrepreneurs, and on 16th March 2019 they are sharing their culinary skills and ideas with the public at Kirkcaldy’s annual Adam Smith Food and Drink Fair. The free event takes place in the Atrium, Fife College, St. Brycedale Campus and features chef demonstrations, food and drink stalls and kids’ cooking workshops.
Brought to the town by Kirkcaldy 4 All and Fife College, the event is headlined by BBC’s MasterChef The Professionals 2016 winner, Gary Maclean, who is also Scotland’s National Chef. There will also be a vegan cookery demonstration by Chef Tom Pratt from The Waterfront Restaurant in Kirkcaldy as well as a demonstration by Fife College’s award-winning students. And at four hands-on workshops, children can have fun decorating cupcakes or make healthy pizzas.
There is ample opportunity for feasting and shopping on the day with over twenty-five local food and drink producers at the indoor ‘market’, showcasing and selling their wares - ranging from jams, dates, cupcakes and chocolates to burgers, sushi, olives, coffee, bread and cheese, as well as whisky, gin and cocktails.
For those looking for healthier alternatives, all three of Kirkcaldy’s vegan/vegetarian restaurants and cafés are represented – VegaShi, Kangus Coffee House and the Bakers Field Café.
To find out more about this great day out for Fife foodies and families, visit www.kirkcaldy4all.co.uk
The event is free to attend. Kids’ workshops are limited to 16 children per session and a maximum of 2 workshops per child. Spaces can be reserved by emailing email@example.comView all events