what's on at ucff 2021
Where all the main chef debates
and demos take place and where
our wonderful MC, Nigel Barden will grill and probe our amazing guest speakers and chefs with his extensive understanding and knowledge of the foodservice world.
Brought to you in partnership with
the British Association for Shooting & Conservation (BASC), festival goers at ucff will get the chance to learn how to shoot clay pigeons like a pro at the end of our foraging tours!
CLAY PIGEON SHOOTING
Showcasing a wonderful array of
local, national produce and catering
suppliers. It’s dynamic and allows
delegates to use all their senses
– sight, sound, touch, smell, taste –
things email, phone and advertising
just cannot do.
Bringing you food, ingredients, culture, secrets and techniques from all corners of the culinary world including Filipino, African and Japanese. This year ucff is definitely going global.
GLOBAL KITCHEN STAGE
Learn what goes into producing the
humble sprout or more fashionable
purple sprouting broccoli, cavolo Nero and a host of others for our kitchens. From propogation to harvest follow the journey through the growing year.
The orchard walk is a unique
opportunity to get up close and
personal with Mudwalls collection
of top fruit (that’s apples and pears
to you and me) trees and discover
what it takes to nurture, breed and
grow some of the finest seasonal
British fruit around. So you’ll learn your Bramleys from your Braeburns and your Worcesters from your Williams.
The Ground Up Cookery School with the support of HIT training apprentices will take you on a journey to discover the edible wild species that grow on and around Mudwalls Farm.
Breakfast, lunch, BBQ dinner and drinks complementary all day. There’s no chance of being hungry at ucff - tuck in and enjoy a freshly prepared menu of delectable delights for breakfast, and
lunch cooked to perfection.