Wales Gluten Free Food Show 2018, Cardiff City Stadium, Sat 8 Sept
Following a successful showing last year, the Wales Gluten Free Food Show returns for its second year. Organised by charity Coeliac UK, the event hopes to raise awareness and offer options and advice for people living with gluten intolerance. Alongside stalls selling specialist gluten-free products, there will also be lots of opportunities to sample the produce from local and national sellers. As a new addition for this year, there will also be a programme of talks from experts, and cookery demonstrations to allow you to recreate the delicious recipes.
Admission: free. Info: www.coeliac.org.uk
Ella Woodward discussing Deliciously Ella: The Plant-Based Cookbook, National Museum Cardiff, Tue 18 Sept
More people than ever are moving towards plant-based diets, and one woman helping to bring the idea to the mainstream is Ella Woodward – better known as Deliciously Ella. The writer, who now also has a range of healthy snacks and a London deli, is visiting Cardiff to speak about her latest book, which highlights some of her most popular dishes. The night will include a book signing and discussion giving you the opportunity to ask Ella any burning culinary questions.
Tickets: £7.80-£16.80. Info: www.eventbrite.co.uk
Riverford Cymru Pop-Up Kitchen – Food On The Move!, Little Man Coffee Company, Cardiff, Thurs 27 Sept
Riverford Organic Farmers formed over 30 years ago in the hopes of bringing new ideas and standards to the way we look at the products we consume, and has grown to deliver food across the country. Now, health cook and nutritional therapist Julie Brooks will be visiting Little Man to host a very special pop-up kitchen, focusing on seasonal organic vegetables and will follow the theme of “Food On The Move – how to eat well when out and about”.
Tickets: £19.50. Info: www.littlemancoffee.co.uk
Welsh Afternoon Tea with Katie Davies, Smashed Raspberry, Neath, Sat 8 Sept
Having the seal of approval from Mary Berry is an accolade few can claim, but Welsh chef Katie Davies, quarter-finalist in BBC One’s Britain’s Best Home Cook, has received that and more. She is now bringing her skills back home to Neath where she will be cooking up a selection of savoury and sweet treats including finger sandwiches and Welsh cakes, all inspired by her heritage.
Tickets: £21.55. Info: www.eventbrite.co.uk