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Good enough to eat? Birmingham's first food calendar

Food and drink fans in Birmingham can now mark the city's diverse food scene in a new calendar. It features twelve dishes and drinks from around the area.

The Birmingham Food Calendar 2018, which is published by Dine Birmingham, celebrates the city’s chefs, mixologists, artisans and boutique restaurants.

Dish: Deluxe Geta Sushi Credit: Jack Spicer Adams, Yakinori

Some of the dishes featured include steamed sea bass in fresh lime sauce and a full English Scotch Egg with bacon and black pudding.

Dish: 72% Dark Chocolate, Banana, Bee Pollen, Salted Popcorn Credit: Jack Spicer Adams, Adam's
March's entry in the calendar Credit: Jack Spicer Adams, Sabai Sabai

Photographer and food lover Jack Spicer Adams has been celebrating Birmingham's diverse cuisine through his photos for seven years.

“I love taking food photos because I love to be around good food, it's something that excites me every day. Everybody eats, everybody knows the joy you feel from good food and photography can take you right there to that feeling.”

– Jack Spicer Adams, Food Photographer