“One Love. One World. One Tent: The Feast Collective Tent.”
One of the highlights of Camp Bestival has to be the Feast Collective tent. Full of locally produced, freshly made street food and treats it definitely takes festival gastronomy to new levels.
Feast Collective Producer Gemma Thorogood says:
“This year we’ve trawled the country for the cream of the crop with British Street Food celebs Seadog bringing their seaside popcorn to the fields, plus Bánh Mì from Pho Sho, buttermilk chicken from Butchies, and sweet potato pancakes from the Chocolate Bear Kitchen. Not to mention the extraordinary Eritrean tacos carefully crafted by Lemlem Kitchen, oh and Polar Pops ice lollies made only from real fruit and vegetables (with NO added sugar)! I just hope I can get around it all in one weekend!”
Festival favourite, the one and only DJ BBQ aka Christian Stevenson will be there, not only hosting the Feast Collective tent but also filling hungry tums with his fantastic grills as well as awesome tunes.
“Come by for super delicious food that’s cooked with care and provenance. We look forward to cater-taining you.”
This year’s Feast Collective Ambassadors will also include Steven Lamb, River Cottage’s curing & smoking expert, Luke Thomas, ‘Britain’s Youngest Head Chef’, Jo Ingleby, winner of the BBC “Cook of the Year” 2015 in the prestigious Food and Farming Awards, who is the festival’s Children’s Food Ambassador and Tess Ward aka the YES chef and a Le Cordon Blue trained chef, who is Camp B’s Healthy Food Ambassador. What an amazing lineup!
You will also be able to find Seadog, the winners of the ‘Best of the Best’ prize at the 2015 British Street Food Awards, who specialise in innovative world street food inspired dishes that take local Devon catch on a wondrous journey across the globe picking up influence from Asia, the Middle East, Europe, Latin America and beyond. Plus you can feast on alternatives to burger buns with Ramen Burgers from Pimp my Ramen, try a contemporary twists on traditional Ghanaian cooking from Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen and sample real Southeast Asian street dishes and food to inspire happier living from Makatcha.
We, as a family, love our food! The boys are also really adventurous in trying out new flavours and textures. They are going to go wild with all the culinary deliciousness on offer this year – what a great way to experience foods of the world!
One thing is for certain you aren’t going to go hungry, due to lack of delicious choices, at this festival!
Ticket details for joining in the Camp Bestival fun can be found here.
My tastebuds are tingling just at the thought of these delights- see you there!