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British Food Fortnight


20th September to 5th October 2014

Putting the 'Ooo' back into food



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See also:  British Cheese week

British Food Fortnight was launched in 2002 and is now the biggest national celebration of the diverse and delicious range of food that Britain produces. 

Hailed by The Observer newspaper as "The fast-growing umbrella organisation for all aspects of food is  British Food Fortnight" BFF is certainly going from strength to strength and with the abundance of excellent foods produced and cooked in the UK quite rightly !

British Food Fortnight is sponsored by Budgens, ARAMARK and the Department of Health’s 5 A DAY Just Eat More (fruit & veg) programme and features the British Food Fortnight ‘Cook for Life’ Challenge sponsored by Kenwood. It is supported by over 60 organisations led by Brakes, Country Markets, National Farmers’ Union, National Trust, Sodexo, Tenant Farmers Association, Young’s pubs and Youth Hostel Association.


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Full details of activities the length and breadth of the country can be found at

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Click on the counties to find a list of farmers markets in the area including addresses and opening times

For London click here

For N. Ireland & the Isle of Man click here


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All your favourites such as Bread and Butter Pudding, Steak and Kidney Pie,  Manchester Tart, Toad in the Hole, Yorkshire Puddings,  Colcannon, Finnan Haddies, Irish Stew,  Cawl Cennin, Monmouth Pudding,  Neeps & Tatties, Haggis  plus lots more, some of which you may not have come across before.

We have HUNDREDS of British recipes throughout the site to help you celebrate British Food Fortnight. To find them all, use the search page and type in British or Scottish or English or Welsh or Irish . Alternatively just visit one of the pages listed below.


English Recipes & Culinary History 

Irish Recipes & Culinary History

Scottish Recipes & Culinary History

Welsh Recipes 



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