AN exciting line up of chefs and food writers are among the menu of delights to be found at the festival this year. 

Joining us with demonstrations this year on the Saturday, September 23rd, will be Jonathan Williams and head chef Charlie from the Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company; Michael Inker of The Angel, Narberth; Pembrokeshire based chef Orsola MusciaJacqueline Anne Morgan, aka JAM, from Karm’en Kafe, Carmarthenshire; and James Harrison-Allen, of Still Wild, Pembrokeshire. Writer Carwyn Graves will also be joining Jacqueline and James for a special panel discussion.

On the Sunday, September 24th, our very own festival patron, broadcaster, food writer and cookery school owner Angela Gray will be demonstrating an ‘alternative Sunday lunch’ with three more exciting demonstrations and talks from guest chefs throughout the day. Details soon!


Carwyn Graves

Carwyn is the author of ‘Welsh Food Stories’ and the bestselling ‘Apples of Wales’ and was instrumental in establishing the national collection of Welsh varieties at the National Botanic Garden of Wales.

Passionate about culture and food, he lives in Carmarthen with his family and a growing veg garden and is currently writing a new book on the Welsh landscape, past and future.

He has opened up the rich and often overlooked heritage of Welsh food, and the diverse traditions that have survived to the present or are experiencing a long overdue renaissance.

He will be leading a panel discussion on Saturday, September 23rd, 2023.

For details of the 2022 chefs click here… 


” Fabulous!!! Great and entertainment..demo’s very informative and smells were amazing..def going next year! “