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Ocean to Table Kapiti Style revving up for very fishy lunch

23 July 2014

Ocean to Table Kapiti Style revving up for a very fishy lunch

Tickets sales to attend Ocean to Table Kapiti Style as part of Visa Wellington on a Plate, on Saturday 23 August and Saturday 30 August 2014 are going well.

Both hosts, PartyPerfect and Kapiti Business Projects are delighted with the number of businesses that are involved this year including the Waikanae Boating Club who will be providing two great characters to demonstrate eel smoking and fish gutting & filleting. “We also have a fantastic presentation on the day to hear about Kapiti fish varieties and you will even see the best way to sharpen a knife by BCE Catering Equipment. Artel Gallery will be sprucing up the Otaihanga Boating Club venue with a rockpool theme which will look neat – it will be a memorable day out”, says Helene Judge of Kapiti Business Projects.

Jeanine van Kradenburg of PartyPerfect says “the menu will include seafood found on our coast. This event is a great way to be reminded of how fortunate we are to have such an abundance of delicious seafood right on our doorstep”.

To book tickets to this fishy lunch (12-3.30pm), go to http://www.wellingtononaplate.com/events/ocean-to-table-kapiti-style/

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