Obviously the music is the main reason I go to festivals but being a bit of a foodie, the food is a big draw for me too. Last year saw the arrival of the Feast Collective at Camp Bestival and boy what a feast we had! Our taste buds went on travels across continents as we all tried many dishes over the weekend. For me the shashuka is still my favourite dish of the festival and I now regularly make it at home. Andy and the boys loved the delicious burgers from DJ BBQ and the tandori fries from Baba G.
Looking at the foodie line up for this year I know we will not be disappointed, as some old favourites return. Even more exciting is the new additions to the Feast Collective - Happy Maki, Seadog, Shrimpy, The Thoroughly Wild Meat Co. to name a few. Nevermind Caravan Coffee to feed our coffee addiction and the fabulous Helen of the Knackered Mothers Wine Club is hosting another wine tasting.
The best thing of all about the Feast Collective is that it is affordable. When feeding a small tribe of hungry children at a festival you don't want to have to remortgage your house. So delicious food, with flavours from around the world, that fills us all up and we get some change in our pocket too.
Did you head to the Feast Collective last year? Who was your favourite vendor? I would love to know.
Until next time, take care.
Disclosure - This year I am one of the official Camp Bestival bloggers, working with them to share my top tips and reviewing the festival. They have kindly given us a family weekend ticket, however all opinions are my own.