On a stormy Cornish Sunday afternoon what could be better than adding a splash of sunshine into your winter-worn world? We are heading to the Roots Reggae Roast and Culture Market this Sunday to do exactly that.
You see we love roots reggae and we also love food. The reg-tastic tunes will be spinning from top selectors at the Mount Pleasant Eco Park at Porthtowan whilst a 100% vegetarian roast is served. What a combo! And to top it off there is also a Roots Culture Market featuring local crafts, arts, food, music and more. I'll be there in my other guise of Travelling Light Photographic Images selling just a few of my cards and photos (come and say hi!).
Now I know the food will be good as I'm a big fan of the chef. Paul and I go back over 25 years from back in our Devon years. Apart from being an all round beautiful bloke mate, he is a wonderful chef and I have experienced many a taste sensation 'back in the day' when I'd turn up to find him in a whirlwind of spicy tastiness in his kitchen. It was always worth timing a visit to Paul for around dinner time! His passion and generosity shine in his food. We lost contact for quite a few years in between so I am very much looking forward to a food 'reminiscence' this Sunday!
This Sunday's menu includes, as a vegan option, a Cashew and Red Pepper Nut Roast En Croute and costs £9 for adults and £5 for kids. The Roast and Market will run from 12pm - 4pm. For further details or to reserve a table either call the Eco Park office on 01209 891500, visit their Facebook page or check out their website.
And if you really can't make it this Sunday, then don't despair as the Roots Reggae Roasts and Culture Markets also run on 28th February and the 13th and 27th March (Easter Sunday).