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Kapiti Food Fair well on the way to 100 vendor sites

11 August 2014

Kapiti Food Fair well on the way to 100 vendor sites

Proudly Sponsored by ANZ Paraparaumu

The Kapiti Food Fair is gathering momentum each day with 73 vendor sites now booked. “We anticipate reaching 100 sites which are going to offer a real united nations mix of ready to eat and produced food from New Zealand food and beverage businesses,” says Helene Judge, Fair Spokesperson.

The Fair is also delighted to announce that Karena & Kasey Bird, our Celebrity Chefs will be running an exclusive Duos Masterclass in the commercial kitchen at the Whitireia Kapiti Campus. This will be a night for real foodies as they will prepare a three course dinner and then sit down and enjoy the fruits of your labours with Karena & Kasey. Tickets go on sale for this event in September and will be $300 per duo – “there will only be nine tickets for sale so you will need to get in quick to be part of this Masterclass”, Helene picks. “We believe there are many duos out there who will have a real blast taking part in this super tasty class – Mum’s & Dads’, Mum & daughter, Dad & son, Gran & grandchild, best friends, the list goes on as it will be a perfect special occasion to share with someone else”. Contact Helene if you want to reserve a ticket, 027 244 9585.

On the day of the Fair, Karena & Kasey, along with Jeanine van Kradenburg of PartyPerfect Catering and our celebrity kitchen sponsors (Air New Zealand, BCE Catering Equipment, Kapiti Kitchen, Soprano Limoncello & Tender Tips Asparagus), they will be whipping up a storm at their two hour show and then a one hour Fair walkabout – we can’t wait to host these talented young ladies in Kapiti”, says Jeanine.

The Fair is growing in momentum and we want to continue exposing Kapiti as an ideal event location to showcase wonderful local and New Zealand produced food & beverage. Note your calendar now and tell all your friends and family to come for a fun and gastronomic day out – Saturday 6th December 2014, 10am to 3pm at the Mazengarb Reserve, we have booked a perfect day with the weather.

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