From a tot of whisky to making caponata, March is packed with tasty things to do in the Midlands.
Tomorrow, Birmingham’s Whisky Festival is back for a second year with more than 200 different drams to sample and budding bakers should head for Solihull, where the Fair Trade Cake Off competition will be judged.
Next week instead of flipping pancakes you could be savouring French wines at the Episode Wine Club in Leamington Spa, or joining Andy Waters for his first gourmet evening.
At the weekend, Birmingham’s biggest street food market is back in Kings HEATh and Jay Rayner leads a Sunday Lunch Service.
If you like music and entertainment with your food, then check out the Jazz Brunch in Stratford upon Avon’s Arden Hotel, or a night of razzle dazzle dramatics at the High Pavement in Warwick. Or simply focus on good food and wine at The Bell Inn’s wine tasting evening.
At the end of March, over in Northampton Italian chef Carmela will be hosting an antipasti demonstration and the local producers farmers market returns to Stanwick Lakes.