12 & 13 May 2018

Amazing Street Food

From the much vaunted pizza of Streatza (‘A tremendous work of foodie art that you should seek out immediately’ according to Shortlist) to the multi-award winning ice creams of Ginger’s Comfort Emporium, this year’s festival features food to get your taste buds tingling.

Whether you’re ordering from a 1969 Citroen Van found in the South of France, a Tuk Tuk flown in from India or a bona fide garden shed, our food traders are bringing the most adjective-laden fare Blackburn has ever seen. Expect fresh, seasonal, homemade face with fresh, vibrant and creative twists. Deliquescent deserts and ferociously spiced pastries, artisanal coffee and veggie food for meat eaters.

With two extra-special foodie sites set up for the festival we’re making more of a meal of the National Festival of Making than ever. 


This year you can look forward to…

Earthworm Kitchen

Making means… creation! – Jim Rothwell

Coffee Vintage Co (A Great Leap Forward)

Making means…   going the extra 10th yard – Jonathan Bayley

STREATZA

Making means…    doing something yourself, from scratch, with love so that it is the best it can be – Ian Green

GINGER’S COMFORT EMPORIUM

Making means…    the honest trade of making something with my own hands and selling it directly to you. – Claire Kelsey

The Little Red Kitchen

 

Making means…   innovation! -Stephen Boffey

The Allotment Kitchen

Making means  Back to the source, quality & community – Ian Green

DIAMOND DOGS

 


and much, much more!

Funders

Sponsors

The National Festival Of Making Delivery Team

The National Festival of Making is supported with funding from Arts Council England, Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council and Heritage Lottery Fund

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