Rosie Sykes on the opening dinner at this year’s Eat Cambridge food and drink festival, the recipe is from Britain’s oldest cookery manuscript, dated 1390. The Halloumi Man, from Michelin starred restaurant to Cambridge Market. New chef and new menu at Kingston Arms. Cocktails and food at the 1815 Union Bar, that’s open to all. New menu at Pint Shop. Wild food, ideas for plants that are ready to eat now. Presented by Matt Bentman, Alan Alder and Dr Sue Bailey.
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