Hotpoint brings the festival kitchen to Camp Bestival

The Hotpoint Festival Kitchen is the destination for food fanatics in search of delicious dishes at this year's Camp Bestival, taking place in Lulworth Castle, Dorset, from 30th July to 2nd August. The Hotpoint Festival Kitchen isn't just a place to find sensational food from around the globe, it is a place to learn new culinary skills first hand from the industry's rising stars, and to keep children busy with a series of interactive cooking demonstrations.

Hotpoint's Festival Kitchen has a jam-packed programme of gastronomic delights to keep all the family entertained and hungry for more - a series of live cooking demonstrations and interactive sessions will take place during the course of the festival inside the hugely popular Feast Collective.

Camp Bestival's Feast Collective's ambassadors will be hosting Hotpoint's Festival Kitchen with a line up not to be missed. BBC Cook of the Year, Jo Ingleby, believes food is the best way to bring families and friends together and she will be running two interactive cooking demonstrations perfect for encouraging children to experiment with vegetables, and we all know that isn't easy. If you have a keen baker in your family you won't want to miss David Wright, owner of Suffolk's popular The Cake Shop Bakery, who has a demonstration from 11am on Saturday.

For those of us that are wild at heart, the Hunter Gather Cook specialises in adventures in wild food, outdoor living and self-sufficiency, and it is set to be an educational and eye-opening demonstration. And as it wouldn't be summer without a barbecue, the Hotpoint Festival Kitchen welcomes the winners of the Food Farming Awards Best Street Food, Hangfire Smokehouse, whose speciality is authentic southern-style barbecue food - the delicious flavours and tender meat is sure to be a smokey-taste sensation.

Demonstrations in the Hotpoint Festival Kitchen will take place from 11am Friday to Sunday, with the final demonstration starting at 5pm. Make sure you arrive early so all the family get a good viewing spot to soak up all the culinary talent.

  Friday Saturday Sunday
11am   David Wright, The Cake Shop Bakery
Want to learn how to bake the best loaves of bread? Then you won't want to miss The Cake Shop Bakery's demonstration - baking bread is a skill passed to David from his grandparents.
Melrose + Morgan
Ian James and Nick Selby, authors of Good Food For Your Table, will be hosting their popular food quiz, so expect exciting challenges and hands-on learning.
1pm Martin Morales
If you have a passion for Peruvian food like Martin Morales, then his demonstration is sure to be a taste sensation not to be missed.
Hang Fire Smokehouse
Winners of the Food Farming Awards Street Food of the Year, Hangfire Smokehouse will be hosting a series of demonstrations for creating authentic, southern, smokey barbecue food that America would be proud of.
Jo Ingleby
BBC Cook of the Year and cook for Bristol Redcliffe Children's Centre, Jo Ingleby's interactive demonstration is sure to get children to view vegetables in a different light.
3pm Jo Ingleby
BBC Cook of the Year and cook for Bristol Redcliffe Children's Centre, Jo Ingleby's interactive demonstration is sure to get children to view vegetables in a different light.
Steven Lamb, River Cottage HQ
Steven is Head of Brand at River Cottage HQ and specialises in curing and smoking at the cookery school. Why not see if you're a natural at the culinary art of curing and smoking?
Nick Weston of Hunter Gather Cook
Nick's Hunter Gather Cook is a foraging and cookery school that specialises in adventures in wild food, outdoor living and self-sufficiency – get ready for an eye-opening demonstration.
5pm     Hang Fire Smokehouse
Winners of the Food Farming Awards Street Food of the Year, Hangfire Smokehouse will be hosting a series of demonstrations for creating authentic, southern, smokey barbecue food that America would be proud of.

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