Over the last 20 years, the Abergavenny Food Festival has grown to become the largest food festival in Wales. Read on for a chance to win a couple of general admission wristbands for this year’s festival, and a pair of extra tickets to one of Saturday’s talk, ‘100 years of women in food’.

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Salad leaves grown in Cardiff’s Bute Park are now available at some of the city’s top independent restaurants. The Cardiff Salad Garden, which has been running for just over a year, also provides volunteering opportunities for the city’s asylum seeker population.

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In this episode we talk to Phill Lewis of Dusty Knuckle restaurant in Canton. Last February, Phill left Cardiff with nothing but a sack of flour, a case of tomatoes, and a box of cheese, and traded his way to Naples, using only pizza as currency.

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A few weeks ago I blogged about the launch of a fab new website, called DiscoverDelicious.Wales. When the founders contacted me to tell me they’d be sponsoring a bar at this year’s Machynlleth Comedy Festival, I jumped at the chance to go along and try some of the award-winning produce available on the website first hand.

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