There was a lot of delicious food on offer. I started my day with a few Shropshire sausages and cup of percolated coffee from one of the artisan roasters. Some of the traders were also really entertaining, including Jasim and his tornado potato van. A tornado potato is just a simple spud, that is then sliced into a long spiral, before finally being skewered and fried. I did buy one, but it was a little too heavy for me. Maybe that was because I had eaten too many samples whilst I was walking around? The cheese makers were also a popular with the crowd, I can only assume that people must have been stocking up on the good stuff for their oatcakes?
Following on from an enjoyable day, I decided to look for some goodies to take home with me. A few Dexter steaks from Moorlands Fine Foods went in the bag, along with some decadent looking brownies from Scrumptious Foods. As the day drew to a close, I picked up a few pastries from one of the more unique bakers. I first discovered Salkini's Homemade Food at Wedgwood Food Fayre, so it was nice to see them trading in Leek. I wasn't going to miss their incredibly moreish falafel, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean pastries. Cossack Cuisine was another fantastic stall, a multiple award winning Russian bakery that was stocked with an amazing bakes. They sold both a sweet and savoury selection, including the. After another informative chat, I decided to get a few pastries to take home with me. Admittedly, I really regret not getting one the salmon pies.
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