This weekend saw the return of the Really Wild Food & Countryside Festival, which celebrated its 10th birthday this year!
The two day event was held at Celtic Camping and Bunkhouse in the beautiful St. Davids, although the Blas y Tir van was in high demand this weekend, so could only make an appearence at the festival on Saturday. Not only was the event a fantastic opportunity to meet with other exhibitors, but there were also various events to keep everyone busy: a falconry display, mud run and archery to name but a few – what more could you want in a day out!
All proceeds made over weekend went to charity, namely Welsh Air Ambulance, RNLI and the St Davids First Responders; all very worthy charities who we are thrilled to support.
The Blas y Tir van bore the very first of our Pembrokeshire Earlies… which are now available in shops across Wales! We opted for simple flavourings to let the spuds do the talking – butter and mint is deliciously simple but screams ‘summer!’, whilst the mini roasties with Halen Mon sea salt and rosemary is a nice twist on a classic and goes perfectly with just about any dish! Both recipes were sampled by a huge amount of people on the day, although if you did miss out you can always make your own!