At Buffets for business we regularly blog about our favourite farmers markets in the region, and so for 2019 we have asked our team to open up the ‘foodie diary’ to any local places of attraction for those of us that love quality food and drink – Here are the best suggestions for January 2019…
|Windsor Farmers’ Market
Local fresh food and produce market run by Thames Valley Farmers’ Market developed in association with the Windsor and Eton Town Partnership. Windsor Farmers’ Market offers a wide range of produce and is within easy walking distance of the town centre and residential area. Closest car park is at East Berks College off Trinity Place, a minute’s walk away.
Saturday 5th Jan
St Leonards Road
Chewton Glen Classics Cookery Class
Throughout Chewton Glen’s fifty-year history, a great food offering has been at the very top of the agenda. In this class The Kitchen at Chewton Glen reveal the secrets behind some of the most popular dishes served in The Dining Room inspired by Executive Head Chef Luke Matthew.
Thursday 24th Jan
Gardener’s Breakfast and Tour at Sir Harold Hillier Gardens
Enjoy a home cooked breakfast including juice, cereals, toast and tea or coffee. Learn gardening hints and tips from one of Sir Harold Hillier Gardens’ horticultural experts. After breakfast they will lead you on an exclusive seasonal garden tour showing you the very best of the winter highlights before they open to the public. You will then receive free entry to the Gardens for the rest of the day to enjoy exploring at your own leisure.
Winery Tour & Tasting at Hattingley Valley Vineyard
Winery Tour and Tasting: visit Hattingley Valley Vineyard for an excellent appreciation of winemaking in England. They will give you an in-depth tour of their state-of-the-art winery explaining the production processes involved to create traditional method sparkling wine followed by a tasting of their current range.
Selected dates in Jan