October – Galway Bake Fest

"Bake Fest Galway"

Ready, Set, Bake Fest

The Galway Bake Fest is a two-day national extravaganza and must for all baking (and cake-eating!) enthusiasts, taking place in Leisureland, Galway on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th of September October.  As well as some scrumptious exhibitions, competitions and tasty treats across the entire weekend, some of Ireland’s most notable celebrity bakers and food writers are delighted to be showcasing their culinary prowess at Bake Fest Galway.

Any self-confessed ‘foodie’ will be in heaven with the opportunity to sample produce from the highest quality food suppliers in the country all showcasing at the event.  With so much advice and inspiration on offer, you’ll be dying to whip up your own delectable dishes and treats at home

Bake Fest Galway is a family centred event with a strong focus on re-instilling traditions and time spent together when baking. This will be a weekend of sugary highs and all things sweet!”

Bake Fest will also see the return of celebrity chefs Lilly Higgins and Edward Hayden to their demo kitchen along with many other wonderful  celebrity chef, food writer and TV personality.

Prepare to be amazed by the spectacular cakes that will be on display in our Competition area. Shop till you drop, direct interaction with businesses and brands who will be on hand to answer all your baking and decorating questions. Watch some of the country’s top celebrity chefs at work in the Goodall’s Kitchen Theatre, Goodall’s a favorite in Ireland’s kitchens since 1933 with everything from vanilla essence to sugarpaste, book a demonstration with one of Ireland’s leading Sugarcraft experts in the Sugarcraft Academy. Let the little chefs in your life explore their creative side in the Little Chefs Kitchen

All funds generated at Bake Fest Galway are being given to ACT for Meningitis.  ACT for Meningitis is a non-profit organisation established in 2011 by Siobhán and Noel Carroll, who in 2008 lost their precious daughter Aoibhe – aged 4 – to meningitis.  Since losing Aoibhe, Siobhán and Noel believe there is an urgent need to increase awareness and educate people around the signs and symptoms of Meningitis.  The charity also assists those affected by the illness.

 
 

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