TV chef to serve up main course at Rugby Food Festival - The Rugby Observer

TV chef to serve up main course at Rugby Food Festival

Rugby Editorial 21st Sep, 2022   0

A TV chef is set to serve up the main course at this weekend’s Rugby Food and Drink Festival.

Worldwide bestselling author and presenter Kwoklyn Wan will be appearing at this year’s event, which returns on Saturday (September 24) following two years off due to the pandemic.

The star of ITV’s This Morning and Channel 4’s Steph’s Packed Lunch will demonstrate two dishes – American Chinese Egg Roll and Australian Chinese Sweet Pork – at the festival’s pop-up kitchen, which will host a variety of demonstrations from chefs throughout the day.

Biltong, German sausages, Indian street food, Greek food, pork and chorizo burgers, flatbreads, gourmet brownies, Punjabi street food, Jamaican cuisine, cheeses and local honey are just some of the treats which will be on offer from businesses, farms and producers at the festival.

There will also be live music, drumming workshops, circus skills, a big wheel, face-painting, henna and other children’s activities.

Jo Kemp, Rugby First Operations Director, said: “We are looking forward to the return of the Rugby Food and Drink Festival this Saturday. It promises to provide some excellent food offers, lively demonstrations, as well as some great family entertainment.

“As well as all the activity taking place on Regent Street, make sure you visit St Andrew’s Church Gardens as there will be more stalls, music and activities taking place within the idyllic grounds of the Church.”

The Rugby Food and Drink Festival takes place from 11am to 5pm on Saturday (September 24) in Regent Street and St Andrew’s Church Gardens. Visit for more information.


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