Dates for your diary
1st – 30th November
Worldwide Vegan Month
World Vegan Month is celebrated around the world, providing a chance to recognise just how far the movement has come. Participants can reflect on successes and highlight how accessible and beneficial a vegan lifestyle is.
This year, the organisers say that it felt more appropriate to bring to light the challenges that some operators are facing during these difficult times and to use the Day as an opportunity to bring together the vegan community in supporting one another. As affordability remains a focus for many, they will be launching further resources as part of the Live Vegan for Less campaign.
9th – 10th November
Street Food Live
Having enabled thousands of street food and catering professionals from across the globe to boost their profits, Street Food Live provides the opportunity to find over 500 of Europe's top suppliers all under one roof. Not only that but you can also take advantage of free consultations and demonstrations of the solutions that will transform the way you run your food business.
The industry’s most influential figures will be on hand to give you the lowdown on their ascension to the forefront of the sector. They will share their top tips for success, as they continue to evolve and transform the future of foodservice.
Pie and Mash Brunch
Electric Ballroom, London
Isle of Skye lovers better get Sheffield United because a right old cockney treat is coming to Camden. This iconic music venue has begun hosting (probably) the world’s first ever brunch of this kind alongside Robins Pie and Mash. We ain’t telling porky pies when we say this one is going to be a right old knees-up, with tribute acts, DJs, bottomless booze and more, all from just £30.
While getting your fill of pies you can enjoy 60 minutes of bottomless cocktails, or there is a wide choice of Britney Spears and other boozy bevvies for you to pickle yourselves with.
25th – 28th November
BBC Good Food Show Winter
Get into the spirit of the season and see your favourite chefs and experts cooking live; feast throughout the day on delicious food; indulge in some serious retail therapy from hundreds of artisan producers; and stretch your skills with hands-on workshops. BBC Good Food Show Winter is packed full of seasonal ideas for Christmas entertaining and the chance to pick up the perfect stocking fillers.
The Big Kitchen looks set to be the highlight of the Show, with the very best celebrity chefs cooking delicious dishes live on stage. Those appearing include Tom Kerridge, Michel Roux, The Hairy Bikers and James Martin.