Stacie Pardoe
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If you want to watch top chefs whip up theirfavorite dishes or take part in a food master class then the FoodiesFestival is the place to be. It’s taking place on 4-6 May and we havefive pairs of tickets to the tasty event up for grabs.

Anumber of pop-up restaurants, a kids cookery school and producersmarket will also be on the menu over the long weekend festival.

For your chance to win a pair enter here before midnight on 24 April 2013.

If you want to watch top chefs whip up their favorite dishes or take part in a food master class then the Foodies Festival is the place to be. It’s taking place on 4-6 May and we have five pairs of tickets to the tasty event up for grabs.

 

A number of pop-up restaurants, a kids cookery school and producers market will also be on the menu over the long weekend festival.

 

For your chance to win a pair enter here before midnight on 24 April 2013.

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