Festival of food brings sweet and spicy flavours to Fylde coast

The delicious smells of fresh street foods from all corners of the globe filled the air in Fleetwood at the Fylde Food Festival.

Tuesday, 20th August 2019, 10:13 am
The Fylde Food Festival

The annual celebration of culinary delights took place at the Marine Hall on Sunday.

Pad Thai, Mexican burritos, jacket potatoes, giant cheese toasties, wood-fired pizzas, flatbreads and more were served in the venues gardens.
Sizzling gourmet hotdogs and burgers were prepared on the grill.

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Meanwhile, inside the hall, business owners flogged home-made cakes and biscuits, flavoured gins, chunky pies, chutneys and jams, cheeses and meats.
Jamaican jerk chicken and pork, rice and peas and festivals proved a popular choice.
A cooking show took place on stage in the afternoon courtesy of Ice Cold Chef John Joyce, author of Cooking SOS.
Music was provided by the Thornton Cleveleys Brass Band.