Sunday 23rd October 14:30 – 15:15 Food matters Tent, Dartmouth £12.50

Fools Gold

A history of British Saffron. Saffron has allured us with its golden hues throughout time. It was the darling of the Medieval kitchn, the savious of the apothecary’s chest and gave the cloth a real glow. Unlike many spices, such as cinnamon, nutmeg and claoves, saffron can be successfully grown in England. Join Sam Bilton, food historian, writer and cook as she explores the history of this alluring spice, and show you how a few saffron fronds can make you repast a thing of great beauty and wonder to your dinner guests.

£12.50 per person