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Hairst serves up a feast for visitors to Huntly


By Pat Scott

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Steven Jaffray from Paella Escocia.
Steven Jaffray from Paella Escocia.

All ages and tastes were catered for at Hairst last Saturday.

Paella Escocia converted 15 kilos of rice, 20 kilos of chicken and big quantities of mussels and chorizo into paella and still could not cope with demand.

Morning Dog Coffee from Aboyne roast their own beans and were disappointed not to have brought more when they sold out by 1.30pm.

Robert Fenton from Haydn's Woodfired Pizza.
Robert Fenton from Haydn's Woodfired Pizza.

Carol Bradley of Carol’s Been Cooking was cleaned out of her jam, jellies and chutneys and described Hairst as a brilliant event.

Dave
Dave

Farmer’s Market regular, Helen Arkwright who helps manage the monthly event, was up at 5am to make scones for her stall.

Run makers from Glass.
Run makers from Glass.

Two kids parties at the Ex Servicemen’s Club were a real success.

A new competition for an animal made from fruit or veg were won by five year olds, Zara Carter and Robyn Coutts.

One of the winning vegetable animal entries.
One of the winning vegetable animal entries.

Champion sausage eater in the competition hosted by Huntly FC Social Club to see how many could be devoured in 60 second was Max Hellyer who gobbled down four.

Sausage eating champion, Mark Hellyer.
Sausage eating champion, Mark Hellyer.

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