Sunday 16 June 2013

Crail Harbour Sunday 16th June 2013 11.00am – 16.00pm

Visit our little lobster shack, taste locally and freshly dressed crab, smoked fish, butchers’ burgers, venison, pies, mussels. Indulge with real hot chocolate, waffles, ice cream. Kids and parents grab your buckets and spades for the sandcastle competition and more (read more below)!  All set in the iconic backdrop of our pretty working harbour!

We’re delighted to announce that The Fife Diet will return to the Crail Food Festival 2013, bringing their Smoothie Bike, which was such a great feature of our 2011 festival.

Come visit Crail for the Food Festival

Foraging Walk and Chef Demos

Fife Diet is also bringing along Mark Williams of Galloway Wild Foods. Mark will be leading wild foraging walks and we are delighted to announce that Chef Paul Wedgwood from Wedgwood The Restaurant in Edinburgh will be coming along to demonstrate how to use what you forage around the local areas. There will be two wild food walks along the shore – free to attend, but advance booking essential. Update: FULLY BOOKED as of 12 June  For wait list email: with your name, your phone number and your preference for the morning or afternoon walk (11.30 am start or 2.00 pm). Walks last for one hour.  Maximum 30 places on each walk.

Running order for Sunday Demonstrations (all timings approximate):

11.00 am the festival opens and in our demo tent will be Jim Knox for “Meet The Fisherman”  he will be dressing crab and telling us about these creatures.
11.30 am Christopher Trotter, Fife’s Food Ambassador will start his fish stock
12.30 pm Paul Wedgwood, Co-Owner and Chef from Wedgwood The Restaurant, Edinburgh will be cooking with the wild foods gathered from the first foraging walk
1.45 pm Scott Davies, Chef from The Adamson, St Andrews will be cooking one of his favourite dishes
2.30 pm Christopher Trotter will be making his fish soup
3:00 pm The second foraging walk will return at 15.00pm for Paul Wedgwood’s second demonstration.

And don’t forget it’s Father’s Day! – special events for our young visitors will include (depending on the resilience of the visitors):

 * badge making
 * treasure trail around central Crail (approx. 30 mins.) prizes too.
 * sandcastle competitions, more prizes..
 * parachute play
 * traditional school sports day races plus Father’s Day race and prizes for all.
 * ‘daytime star story’ with participation and imagination from our young visitors…….
Father's Day in Crail at the Crail Food Festival Harbour Day

Where magical moments are made…

Crail Food Trail will continue on Sunday, with special dishes available to ensure that you can make the most of your day out in Crail.

Crail Food Trail 2013

5 thoughts on “Sunday 16 June 2013

  1. Fantastic event over two days. Great credit to Graham and the organisers who have taken the Festival to a new level, helping to put Crail firmly on the gastro map. A very big thanks to all involved from Elliot and Elaine McKenzie.

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