Saturday, 1 February 2014

Foodie Events - FEBRUARY

Location: Oxford, UK

From 1st to 9th February, The Cotswolds will be overrun with breakfasts, brunches, lunches, teas & dinners, pop-up restaurants, cocktails & fine wines, masterclasses, talks & tastings, meet the chef & book signings, food fairs AND farmers markets... Phew! Check out their website for full details of events and how to book.

Local foodie Caroline Knight has been doing an amazing job making The Depressed Cake Shop pop-up a regular feature in Oxford. As part of a wider movement, the DCS is an opportunity to eat cake while raising money and awareness for mental illness. Do check out the latest event, taking place on Saturday 15th February at The Cape of Good Hope from 2-11pm.

Run by students, Oxford Brookes are hosting an event entitled "Five Plates, Five Cities, One Story", on Thursday 20th February at 7pm. Taking a journey through the life of Brillat Savarin, the original “foodie”, each ticket is £27.50, with the option of having a wine flight (includes 4 wines with your meal) for £12.
View the event details on their website:, or book tickets directly: (remember to select 20/02/14 at 19.00, plus the table size)

#OxTweatUp number three takes place at newly opened and very exciting The Oxford Kitchen, in Summertown. The TweatUp table is booked for 7.30pm on 28th February, with some 'hot off the press' news in store for those attending (clue: gnawed, eaten, nibbled). If you'd like to take part then please contact me via twitter @FoodieOnTour - spaces will be very limited and must be confirmed with me in advance. And no, it's not a typo... tweet + eat + meet up = TweatUp ;-)

Sunday Jazz

The Oxfordshire Pantry at Blenheim Palace continues it's Sunday Jazz events on selected Sundays to 30th March. Featuring a selection of delicious food options will be available including, breakfast paninis, warming porridge, pastries and fresh tea and coffee as well as the Sunday newspapers, all accompanied by the soothing sounds of Jazz.

Waddesdon Manor have a number of interesting foodie events lined up for February, including Valentine's Afternoon Teas, Valentine's Dinner at the Five Arrows, Cookery Courses and Cookery Demonstrations. With such stunning grounds to walk around you can afford to indulge a little. Or a lot.

Don't forget local cookery classes and all our fab local farmers' markets, you can find details of everything on my Foodie Events Calendar.

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