Huge names on the way for TASTE food festival

Enthusiastic: Miguel Maestre will join the fun again this year.

Enthusiastic: Miguel Maestre will join the fun again this year.

Some of the most exciting names in Australian food will descend on Camden this month for TASTE Food, Wine and Music Festival.

The event, which will be held on Sunday, September 23, features more than 70 unique food stall holders at Camden Town Farm.

Television personality and Spanish-born chef Miguel Maestre will bring his trademark enthusiasm to the festival – which he returns to by popular demand – to showcase some of his fresh, flavoursome cooking.

Maestre can be seen on Channel Ten program The Living Room every Friday.

Joining him in Camden is hugely popular dessert queen Katherine Sabbath, whose colourful, kooky creations have earned her almost half a million Instagram followers.

Colourful creations: Dessert queen Katherine Sabbath will teach attendees how to make Instagram-worthy cakes. Picture: Chrissie Hall

Colourful creations: Dessert queen Katherine Sabbath will teach attendees how to make Instagram-worthy cakes. Picture: Chrissie Hall

Fans of Masterchef will remember Sabbath from her towering pink and white pressure test cake this year. She will show audiences how to create that very cake at TASTE.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet and greet with the popular pair.

Also joining the fun is renowned food artist Charlie Yan. 

Yan creates hand-carved artworks in fruits, vegetables and produce and his works will be on display in the festival.

TASTE runs from noon-5pm. Full details of all the events and activities on offer are available at camdenfestival.com.au.

Creativity on display: Food artist Charlie Yan will show of his exciting creations as part of TASTE Food, Wine and Music Festival. Picture: John Veage

Creativity on display: Food artist Charlie Yan will show of his exciting creations as part of TASTE Food, Wine and Music Festival. Picture: John Veage