Pictures from Food Gusto, Appleby Magna

Food Gusto took place on August 27 at Sir John Moore Foundation, Appleby Magna.

Here are the pictures from the day…

Anne Marshall and Jack Gayton from WH Gayton & Sons bakery of Grendon, near Atherstone

Emma Archer and Peter Crowe from Quorndon Country Ice Cream, based near Loughborough

Justin, Andrew and Charlotte Sumnall and Janice Pearson from Forest Venison and Bison of Packington, Leics

Jack Harrison from Hot Rocks Pizza demonstrates a new range of woodfired ovens you can buy and install at home (prices start at £350)

Tori Stanley, who raises Longhorn beef, Jacob Suffolk lamb and rare breed pork on her farm near Diseworth, Derbyshire, with her husband Ben (Tori and Ben’s Farm)

From left: Ben Greenfield, Rebecca Greenfield, Emma Caplan, Martin Greenfield and Mary Greenfield from Norton Barn Farm, Twycross. They specialise in Texel sheep

Sir John Moore Foundation is a Grade I listed building

Yvonne and Pete Viggers from Buzzard Valley Vineyard near Tamworth

Frank and Shirley Dooley from Beez Neez Honey near Birmingham

From left: Nikki Redfern, Rachel Cheney and Sue Coxon from Grace Dieu Vineyard near Whitwick, Leics

17-year-old Georgia Preston from Markfield, who has just started her own chocolate-making business

 

Matt Wright
The author:

Matt lives in Leicestershire with his wife, two kids and dog. He is passionate about British pubs, slow food and home brewing. He founded Great Food Club (originally as Great Food Magazine) in 2010 after being inspired by local producers near his home town of Melton Mowbray - Britain's 'Rural Capital of Food'.