More of your pictures from the Hungerford Food Festival

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Music and sunshine – the finest ingredients for a Food Festival! Here John O’Gaunt pupil and part time ‘busker’ Adam Quinn entertains the festival crowds.

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Glancing at the growing queue, Caroline from the Saddleback Farm Shop in Brightwalton had to call in extra supplies from HQ to meet the demand for her beef and venison at the Hungerford Food Festival.

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And what better to go with this marvellous meat than fabulous fresh vegetables and fruit – this stand at the Hungerford Food Festival is Styan Family Foods, also a regular at the Hungerford Sunday market.

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A little learning is a tasty thing. Visitors to The Hungerford Food Festival crowded round to learn a thing or two about fine food preparation – here Gert Piennar shows off his amazing canapé-making prowess. Gert is head chef at the Walmsley Restaurant at Audley Inglewood.

(photo – Penny Post)

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And a popular ingredient for canapés is, of course, mozzarella and here local mozzarella specialist Matt Henson display the art of actually making this versatile cheese.

(photo – Penny Post)

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Getting to know you… Cobbs, much more than a farm shop
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