Foodies in London will be able to celebrate St David’s Day on 1 March 2009 in style this year thanks to the first dedicated Welsh produce market ever to be held in London. True Taste award-winning producers will be showcasing the very best in Welsh food and drink on Friday 27 February 2009 allowing those who love good food and all things Welsh to stock up for their St David’s Day celebrations at the weekend.

The market will take place at St Christopher’s Place, just off Oxford Street; from 12.30 – 7pm. Producers will be on-hand to talk visitors through the artisan products on offer. Here’s a taster of some of the producers you can expect to meet:

• Gower Cottage Brownies – mouthwatering chocolate brownies
• Romy Cuisine – tasty pâtés, terrines and ready-to-eat dishes
• The Patchwork Traditional Food Company – delectable pâtés in unusual flavours such as pheasant with port and pistachio
• Black Mountains Smokery – finest smoked meats from Gressingham Smoked Duck Breast to Oak Roast Smoked Salmon
• Blaenafon Cheddar Company – specialist cheddar cheeses
• Peter’s Food Service – tasty pastry snacks
• The Pudding Compartment – scrumptious steamed puddings
• Maddocks’ Welsh Cakes – traditional Welsh cakes in a variety of flavours made to a homemade recipe
• Welsh Farm Organics – tender organic meat including Welsh lamb
• Rachel’s Organic – creamy yoghurts, cream and crème fraiche
• Trealy Farm Charcuterie – unique, authentic and delicious charcuterie

The True Taste Welsh Food Market will take place as part of a wider Wales in London initiative.

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