One more festival to the rich list of culinary holidays in Gorna Oryahovitsa – Gornooryahovski pot festival.
This Veliko Tarnovo festival will happen in November. Within two days there will be a very rich program with visiting culinary stars, various entertainment. Also there will be a culinary challenges for parents and children, and tastings of the famous Gornooryahovski meals.
This is not only a culinary event, we want it to have an educational effect as well. During these two days, the children will learn something more about the history of the city. About the traditions on which our today’s culture is based, explains Petya Ivanova. Her idea is to add this festival to the cultural program of the Municipality.
Quality farm products at the National Assembly of Sheep Breeders from May 6 to 8 near the Petropavlovsk Monastery.
The eleventh edition of the festival, is expected to become the most visited in its history, in other words, don’t miss it. The main mission this time will be the promotion of native animal husbandry and Bulgarian food and drinks. You will be tempted by dairy and meat delicacies, organic products, aromatic pies and scones. And will be able to buy delicacies directly from producers. This year, the exhibitors will be mainly from Bulgaria, but there will also be their colleagues from the Balkan countries.
Over 1000 purebred animals – sheep, goats, dogs and horses, will be shown at the upcoming National Festival of Sheep Breeders. The ninth edition of the largest industry event in Bulgaria will be held from 18 to 20 June near the Petropavlovski Monastery near Lyaskovets.
Renowned European chefs present unique recipes from their respective countries in the culinary guide of the European Commission called “Sensational! Cooking with great European products”. The idea behind this cookbook is to promote protected products in the member states of the European Union and traditional cuisine.
The festival will be held for the fourth
consecutive year in the village of Balvan near Veliko Tarnovo. This time,
it will take place on August 31st, Saturday from 9.30 am and will be called
“The Banitsa on weekdays and holidays”. Around 20 people from all
over the country have signed up to participate with the traditional Bulgarian delicacy and in the folklore program.