We are pleased to announce that we have lined up an superb choice of great-value food and drink for this year’s Priddy Folk Festival.
The Priddy school PTA tent will be again beback offering their now legendary range of fantastic breakfasts and home-cooked lunches and dinners at very reasonable prices, as well as their famous home-made cakes, tea, coffee and soft drinks all day long.
In addition we have a really tempting selection of food traders.
New to Priddy will be Hullabaloos, who serve delicious lemonade, and Cafe Dish who will be serving vegan and vegetarian food including black bean and beetroot burgers, salads with butternut and goat’s cheese tart.
La Rotisserie will be back after a short break with us serving succulent chicken served in pittas and lots more.
Kevin and Vicky of Pandemania will be cooking their delicious wood fired pizza and you will be able to choose from a huge variety of toppings and Sonia and Simon from The Creperie are going to be serving freshly cooked pancakes with lots of different fillings.
Teabag Chihuahua will be serving authentic Mexican food There will be ice cream for sale and also a specialist coffee stall. Look out for the meal deals and the “Priddy Specials”.
Beer Prices Held
And in the beer tent we are delighted to confirm that the wonderful array of local real ales and ciders – all at £3 a pint. Yes £3! We are holding last year’s prices at the same level, meaning you get some fabulous beers at great-value prices.
Who’s doing the food at Priddy?
Here’s a full run down of the food traders who will be coming to Priddy this year.
New for this year: Randa and Leigh Hucker established Hullabaloos in 2014. Their business aim is simple – to create high quality products which their customers love – and with the fresh lemonade and yummy chocolate brownies they have on offer it’s pretty hard not to raise a smile!
Their efforts have not gone unnoticed either – they were finalists in the Somerset Life Food and Drink Awards in 2015, and were winners of the Best Food Product Award for our salted caramel chocolate brownies.
New for this year: Cafe Dish is a small independent festival catering business, established in 2002. Serving a variety of hand-made cakes and vegetarian food. Cafe Dish specialises in festival catering. All their recipes have been developed over the years to accommodate a wide range of dietary requirements including; vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free. We bake all of our produce on site (in the field) aiming to produce high quality, delicious and good looking food.
Teabag Chihuahua Ltd. caters healthy, freshly prepared, Mexican burritos, nachos, quesadillas, tacos and chillies. Additionally, we offer dishes inspired by Native American, southern barbecue and latin influences. Mexican Food is their passion and at Teabag Chihuahua they dedicate themselves to making tasty, uncomplicated and wholesome dishes that you can enjoy anywhere you desire in the UK. Teabag Chihuahua Ltd. is a family-operated business offering the finest in mobile and outside catering, now in their 16th season in the UK.
Panemania specialise in traditional thin crust Italian style pizza, freshly prepared and baked to order in their wood fired pizza oven. They are experienced festival caterers and throughout the summer you will find them at many outdoor events around the UK. They make our own dough, sauce and toppings fresh on site each day using organic, homegrown and quality ingredients. Each of their 11’’ pizzas are hand rolled and topped, then baked in their oven, often in less than a minute. Kevin and Vicky love what they do and enjoy sharing our passion and enthusiasm for baking, good food and tasty ingredients with their customers.
Simon & Sonia are from Bristol and began the Creperie in 2006 in a small market stall. Since then they have steadily grown from an ugly duckling into the beautiful Lush Creperie that they are now. A lot of hard work and a fairly priced menu has earned them brilliant feedback from customers and event organisers alike, and over the years we have gone from strength to strength They won the ‘People’s Choice Award’ at Womad Festival 2014.
Crêpes are a traditional French street food. A simple concept, almost as old as the streets themselves, made with simple ingredients milk, eggs and flour. These thin, crispy pancakes are the tastiest among the french street fares. They cook their crepes to order (rather than reheat them from a pile cooked earlier), and they make them thin (nothing worse than a gummy, undercooked crêpe!). They are made from white wheat, flour milled from soft English varieties and our gallettes are made from buckwheat flour, stone-ground, naturally gluten and wheat free. You can then choose from a wonderful array of fillings.
Styles Ice Cream
Styles Farm specialises in making luxury dairy ice cream with only the best natural ingredients. All their ice cream is made on the farm with fresh locally sourced Jersey cow’s milk, fresh West Country cream, and no artificial colours or ingredients. These are some of the flavours you can choose: Vanilla Bean, Dark Chocolate, Stem Ginger, Blackberry and Double Cream, Real Strawberry, Banana, English Toffee and Butterscotch, Clotted Cream, Honeycomb, Mangoes and Cream
La Rôtisserie is a fabulous French rotisserie kitchen on wheels – with a Somerset twist!
They theatrically roast whole British chickens on spits, carve them and serve them in delicious handmade hot pittas stuffed to the brim with layers of chicken breast, salad, sage and onion stuffing, coleslaw, sweet chilli sauce, mayonnaise or lemon and olive oil dressing.
If you prefer to get messy, try their whole chicken leg and thigh and sticky rotisserie wing in a rustic box with all the same sides and sauces. They serve a kids bag too – half a warm pitta with chicken breast plus a packet of crisps, Freddo chocolate bar and an apple juice carton, happy kids = happy parents!
The chickens are rubbed in rosemary, basil, oregano and thyme at least 24-hours prior to roasting. You simply won’t believe the difference between traditional oven roasted chickens and theirs. The rotisserie cooks the chicken evenly in its own juices producing a mouth-watering succulent feast.
Andy from Proper Coffee is returning this year with the delicious coffee that we all enjoyed last year. Find him in the Traders’ Field.