Sheffield Food Festival sparks praise on Twitter

Sheffield Food Festival 2013

Sheffield Food Festival 2013

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Food-lovers have lined up to praise Sheffield Food Festival after the three-day extravaganza in the city centre.

Unusual ales, continental cuisine and cooking demonstrations went down a treat with almost 250,000 visitors at the fourth annual event.

The festival’s Twitter account received dozens of messages from visitors highlighting their favourite event.

One user, called @warbster13, said: “Fantastic @sheffoodfest. Had a great day, eaten Nepalese for lunch, bought some fudge, cake and duck fat potatoes, coffee and real ales.”

What you’ve been saying on Twitter about the Food Festival

@barraorganics

“Seeing the city centre alive and bustling with people like it used to be.”

@cocoachic1

“Wow,what a fab weekend @sheffoodfest customers’ favourite dark orange & amaretto and peppermint Infusion with 7kg made, every bag was sold!”

@clairegundry

“I’ve made bread, @Ben_Ives is making chutney... think @otsfestival & @sheffoodfest have inspired us #LovelySunday”

jamieveitch

“Well done @YoungMusicUK for superb music at #sheffoodfest & well done @sheffoodfest for great event animating city centre #sheffieldissuper.”

@SEVENHILLSWI

“Making pink lemonade cupcakes for @sheffoodfest tomorrow! #shwibakes.”
@scottphippsy

“Just eaten an amazing @CaptainMorganUS and raisin brownie from @hashbrownies1 at the @sheffoodfest! #TasteSensation.”

@MALSANNIE

“unique indeed, which other city has a shed outside its town hall next to a lovely horse? @sheffoodfest @roz_davies.”

@MATT_G_B

“Crispy pig ear, horchata in a bag, Nepalese curry, mojito, hot chocolate and a MASSIVE HORSE (which I didn’t eat) – hooray for @Sheffoodfest.”

@_JO_MO

“I must be getting old because I’m enjoying this more than #Tramlines.”
@AMYYYBRYYYANT
“I do enjoy a cleverly named ale - currently enjoying 6 per cent honey infused “bee el ze bub” @sheffoodfest.”