First stop was the butchery demonstration where Andrew Northrop expertly worked through a side of a Dingley Dell pig whilst explaining the cuts and suggested cooking methods - very informative indeed.
Next up, a refreshment break care of La Hogue Farm - a delicious free range hog roast roll with all the trimmings! There was a continuous queue of folk most of the day so I doubt they had any left by closing time.
Olives and garlic from the Mediterranean Deli (and a rather large cream cake from the continental bakery!)
A bacon wrap, goats cheese pastry, a lemon tart and a couple of chocolate brownies from Chef Thierry Daugeron who incidentally runs Stamford Cookery School
A round of incredibly creamy cheese from Worthy Chedder.
All in all, a nice show with a wide selection of stalls and good quality produce, most of which were offering tasters. Possibly a few too many chutney and oil suppliers and I was a little surprised not see the fresh pork on sale considering the demo but that's just if I was being picky.
In general, very happy with my bag of goodies and highly recommend a visit next year.