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Star studded chef line-up for The Food Show

The Food Show Wellington, 11 – 13 May, Westpac Stadium, Wellington

The Food Show Wellington kicks off for another year and the capital is sure to be buzzing from May 11 – 13 as celebrity chefs come together with exhibitors to create a foodie packed weekend!

Leading the charge at The Food Show’s NEFF Cooking Theatre will be two of New Zealand’s most favourite foodies – Masterchef winners Nadia Lim and Chelsea Winter. Since coming into Kiwis’ lives via our TV screens, both of these stand-out women have gone on to achieve incredible things in the food world; their range of popular cookbooks gracing the kitchen benchtops of thousands of New Zealanders!

Visitors to this year’s show will also be able to seek inspiration from the likes of Australian My Kitchen Rules finalist and clean living cook Luke Hines, Annabelle ‘The Cuddly Cook’ White, Paris Butter’s Nick Honeyman and the ever popular Simon Gault.

Take your taste buds on a journey through the different delectable zones to find out what the show has on offer. Start by checking out Street Food Alley, a must for those who like a exotic cuisines, head over to Ceres Organics Healthy Hub where there will be plenty of tips and tricks to cooking nourishing food, peruse the Countdown Fresh Market or just wander the aisles at the show and let serendipity run its course.

Early-bird tickets to The Food Show Wellington will be available from www.foodshow.co.nz. General Entry gate price $20, Child (6 – 12) $15, under 5s are free.
www.foodshow.co.nz


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