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Food sector heading to eat&STYLE in Hamburg

Focus on handling food consciously and sustainably. Appearance is crucial

The eat&STYLE opens its doors in Schuppen 52 in the Port of Hamburg from Friday to Sunday (November 11-13, 2016). Some 2,500 participants are invited to cook, bake and discover new culinary trends in workshops called “Miele Kitchen Tricks” and the “Men’s World Academy” taught by top chefs. Around 180 partners and exhibitors are expected at the event when it opens to the public.

15 tricks in 30 minutes

The festival begins with a special show in the Men’s World Academy. A quarter of beef will be cut in the “men’s butcher’s shop”. Then the meat will be processed with workshop participants. Kai Klemm, Managing Director of Fleet Food Events GmbH, said: “We wish to send a signal for handling meat – a foodstuff – consciously and sustainably.”

The Miele Kitchen Tricks programme ranges from ice-cream creations in a “blubber party“ hosted by Ronny Loll and Olaf Schnelle to fermenting vegetables. Loll, a food designer, is offering a workshop called “15 Kitchen Tricks in 30 Minutes” for those with little time. Steffen Prase, a chef with a special reggae sound, will be presenting “Summer Rolls & Seaweed Wraps”.

Small firms present delicacies

Different restaurants like the Fischbar, the Nordfriesische Lammkontor, Wikingerschänke, Rolling Taste and The Burger LAB will be presenting starters in eat&STYLE’s “trend kitchen” for visitors to try out. The eat&STYLE claims to be Germany’s biggest food festival with over 85,000 visitors. Munich, Hamburg, Stuttgart and Dusseldorf have already hosted the festival. Exhibitors include small companies with handmade delicacies, regional specialities and top international brands.
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Sources and further information:
www.eat-and-style.de
Agenda: www.eat-and-style.de/programm
www.fleet-events.de

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