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Edinburgh College ready to serve up a treat for the tastebuds

NECN Contributor1 22nd May 2015 Local News Comments Off on Edinburgh College ready to serve up a treat for the tastebuds

Edinburgh College will open its larder and put on a feast for the city and surrounding communities at its second annual Treat food and drink festival on Thursday 28 May. 

Treat is a celebration of the talents of the college’s hospitality students, who will show their skills and give guests the chance to sample their work. 

  
The festival also celebrates the fantastic food and drink produced in Edinburgh and the Lothians, with local companies coming to show their produce.

Treat will take place at the college’s Granton Campus on 28 May from 4-7pm, with a £5 entry fee. 

The festival will showcase the college’s students, curriculum and training restaurant facilities, demonstrating how it is developing the top chefs of tomorrow.
Students and lecturing staff will serve food and carry out live cookery demonstrations to show the range of food preparation skills that are taught at the college.
Students will be serving samples of delicious hot dishes for just £1 each, with one sample included in the entry price. 

There will also be kebabs and burgers prepared by butchery students, fresh smoothies, and confectionary on sale.
More than fifteen local suppliers will be tempting visitors with a range of delightful delicacies including African-inspired cuisine, olive oil and speciality products from Spain, nut- and gluten-free baking, and urban edible garden growing kits. 

There will even be gourmet dog treats on sale to keep furry friends’ tastebuds tingling.
The Granton Campus training restaurant, The Apprentice, will host a drinks zone, with free tasters of wine and premium Scottish cider.
The event will also be raising money for the college’s charity of the year, the Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home (EDCH). 

Representatives from the charity will be at treat to talk with visitors about their work caring for lost and abandoned dogs and cats. 

Carol Fyfe, head of the Tourism & Hospitality Academy at Edinburgh College, said: “We are delighted to be bringing back treat, Edinburgh College’s food and drink festival, for a second year. 

“The festival is a fantastic opportunity to focus on our talented cookery and hospitality students providing an insight into their exceptional talent and dedication to their craft.

Treat takes place at Edinburgh College Granton Campus, 350 West Granton Road, Edinburgh, EH5 1QE on Thursday 28 May at 4-7pm. 

Tickets are £5 and are available on the door.

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