The countdown has begun for Priory Farm’s popular Christmas Food Festival on Saturday November 23 and Sunday November 24.
The award-winning Surrey-based farm shop will be hosting a weekend feast of mouth-watering seasonal food and drink to give families the chance to taste gourmet goodies and buy early for festive entertaining.
The free-to-enter event, which draws thousands of families from across Surrey and beyond, will feature over 40 producers each day.
There will be the chance to order early for Christmas from the farm's own butchery counter, and master butcher Andy MacNeill will give festival-goers a chance to try before they buy, with tasters of free-range turkeys and gammon.
The experienced butchery team will also be on hand to offer advice on how to cook the perfect roast for the big day.
If all the delicious samples on offer aren't enough, local caterers Spade & Spoon will be returning to serve up their slow-roasted meats and imaginative vegetarian dishes and Priory Farm’s own team will be enticing visitors with steaming cups of mulled wine and mince pies.
As well as a `menu’ of sumptuous seasonal food, Priory Farm’s shop will be fully stocked with innovative gift ideas and Christmas decorations.
The Priory Farm Christmas Food Festival runs from 10am to 4pm on the Saturday and 10.30am to 4pm on the Sunday and parking is free.
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An award-winning family run farm shop
Found in the Surrey countryside in Nutfield near Redhill, Priory Farm Shop is an Aladdin's cave of fine food and drinks, many created in Surrey and surrounding counties by artisan producers and farmers. The deli alone is worth a trip - feast your eyes on the tempting display of wonderful cheeses, pastries, olives and antipasti. There are always tastings on offer, so just ask if you would like to try before you buy.