Why is it that curries always taste better when home cooked by someone who knows what they are talking about, rather than the sort of dishes you can get in the supermarket? Bit Spicy offer loads of hand-roasted and blended spices that are the perfect way to give your curries that authentic taste
Before the Handmade Scotch Egg Company, we had never realised how creative you could be with one of Britain’s favourite snacks. Head to their stall at the fair and sample all manner of flavourful mixtures encasing a hard-boiled egg. One of our favourites is the Grinkgo Scotch Egg, with an outer shell consisting of pork, ginger, apricot and five-spice.
This small distillery has only been open for a year, and yet it is already winning international awards left, right and centre – this year they won Best London Dry Gin at the World Gin Awards for their delicious, well-rounded offering.
The Little Square Cake Company sell exactly what their name suggests – mini-cakes in all sorts of delicious flavours, from apple crumble and custard to blackcurrant and liquorice. They also make fabulous cookies, as well as cookie slices.
This cake company – run by Alana Spencer, winner of The Apprentice 2016 – produces a wealth of absolutely scrumptious sweet treats. Our favourite is their crème brûlée brownie – a guilty pleasure you need to try at the fair.
Making sausages is in the Keebles family blood – they’ve been doing it for years and now, under their brand name HECK, they’re sharing farmers’ market-quality sausages with all of us, and they’re packed with quality, taste and inspired flavour combinations
This family-run bakery in Brandsby use a recipe that has been in the family for over 20 years to create their much-loved Scotch eggs and pork pies. Take your pick of the succulent Rare Breed selection – one topped with red onion marmalade, another with Cropwell Bishop stilton and fresh leeks.
Mr Fitzpatrick’s offers a range of cordials full of wonderful botanical ingredients that are sure to tickle your tastebuds. Take a trip back to your childhood with a bit of dandelion and burdock or a glass of root beer, all made using traditional recipes.
FlavourMagic help you add that extra taste dimension to your food. Their salt infusions, from lemon and dill to curry flavouring, give a flavourful twist to whatever you’re cooking – just add a small sprinkle and experience their taste sensation.