Win Tickets to the Harrogate Foodies Festival

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Foodies Festival, the UK’s Biggest Celebration of Food and Drink, is coming to Harrogate on the 21st, 22nd and 23rd August, and I have two tickets to give away!

The festival celebrates Yorkshire produce and transforms Ripley Castle into a foodie heaven with a feast of Michelin-star and celebrity chefs, award winning artisan producers, food and drink masterclasses and more street food than you can shake a satay stick at! From experienced gourmands to amateur home cooks, there’s something to tantalise everyone’s taste buds.

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Highlights of the festival include a Wine and Champagne Theatre, a Tasting Theatre, Street Food Avenue, Cake & Bake Theatre and an Artisan Producers Market.

The Aga Rangemaster Chefs Theatre will feature celebrity and regional chefs including Rosemary Schrager, Lionel Strub and Sara Danesin Medio, who will cook their favourite summer recipes. After a day of feasting and fun, foodies can relax with live music from the Entertainment Stage and perhaps a glass of bubbly or refreshing cocktail from the Giant Pimm’s Teapot or Captain Morgan Mojito Galleon.

To be in with a chance of winning the tickets, just leave a comment below telling me what is your favourite Yorkshire food or drink and why. I’ll choose the best on the evening of Wednesday 19th August.

Good luck!

6 Replies to “Win Tickets to the Harrogate Foodies Festival”

  1. Yorkshire tea is my favourite too, and I also like Taylor’s Hot Lava Java coffee. I’m not a great cheese lover but really wish I was, they all look so good. Welcome to Yorkshire!

  2. What a great opportunity.

    We are newcomers to Yorkshire so are enjoying trying lots of local foods and drinks.

    As a tea drinker it is nice to introduce the family to Yorkshire Tea – not only does it keep me going through the day their marketing is fun – and I love their #TeaOnTheTrain campaign

    As a cheese lover there are so many great cheeses in Yorkshire which are great for lunch boxes or supper time, but a family favourite has to be Wensleydale cheese and we hope to visit some local cheesemakers in the months ahead.

  3. Can’t beat lamb stew made with Yorkshire reared lamb and served in a huge Yorkshire pudding with lashings of Henderson’s relish on top. A dream meal to return to after a walk in the Yorkshire countryside. Good, warm, honest fayre in a county full of good, warm, honest folk.

    1. Mmm yes, I love lamb and you can obviously can’t beat a good Yorkshire! I’ve never had Henderson’s must give it a try some time.

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