THE man who tamed TV’s Dragon’s Den by putting music into his food will talk about his remarkable career as part of a culinary festival later this month.
Levi Roots, founder of Reggae Reggae Sauce, will be appearing as part of the Eat Global festival running from next Saturday to March 31.
The festival will be launched at Priory Meadow with a fun day of food-related street arts.
On Thursday, March 29 Levi will be at St Mary-in-the-Castle to talk about his Reggae Reggae Sauce experience.
Cooking demonstrations and talks will be held throughout the week at Sussex Coast College.
Parisian chocolatier Mustapha Bastout from the Artisan Chocolate Workshop will run a hands-on chocolate making workshop. Pichai Loohaboronon, head chef at Siam 2 restaurant, shares his vast experience of cooking Thai food.
Cake maker extraordinaire Shelley Fieldman, of 1066 Cake Stand, will be teaching would-be bakers how to create perfect traditional Eastern European and Jewish breads.
Chef Mohmmad Akmol Ali from Cinnamon Spice restaurant demonstrates the art of the perfect curry.
Andy Fang, head chef at Formosa in Queens Road, will be making mouths water with his special Cantonese dishes.
Tickets are £8, available on the night, or in advance from the town hall, Queens Square.
Visit: www.eatglobal.co.uk or call 01424 451370 for more details.