a giveaway: london vegfest 2013 tickets

london vegfest 2013

I shared an avocado loaf recipe with you yesterday – and today I bring you a pair of tickets to london’s greatest veggie food show! I miss living in london, and sometimes I miss it even more – and this is one of those times. 160 food stores, cooking lessons, comedians and loads of people talking about and eating food – this just sounds like an incredible amount of fun.

and we all know that food festivals mean free food – and what’s better than that?

so since I can’t go (did you think I’d share otherwise?) – I have a pair of tickets to give away for each day of the festival!

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the event programme sounds great – if you’re vegan or vegetarian, then you’re almost definitely as enthusiastic about it as I am; and for the rest of you – like my ever-skeptical partner – this will be a great way to walk about to have a little taste of things, and realize that plenty delicious things abound.

tickets go for £10 for adults, £6 for concessions and £2 for kids under 16 – but if you book early, there’s a fantastic buy-one-get-one-free deal going on!

or… you can win a pair here. all you’ve got to do is tell me the most unusual vegetable preparation you’ve ever had, as well as the day you’d like to go; you have until Tuesday, 1 September 2013 to do leave me a comment!

I’ll pick two winners at random, and announce them on Wednesday. good luck!

update: edith and hayley have got the tickets :D congratulations!

london vegfest 2013
website (and to buy tickets): http://london.vegfest.co.uk
programme: http://www.london.vegfest.co.uk/programme

p.s. what’s the most unusual vegetable preparation I’ve had? it was well-tasty, but it was a stir-fried dish of parsley. delicious, but I’d never have thought aromatics alone could make a whole dish!

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7 thoughts on “a giveaway: london vegfest 2013 tickets

  1. Hi there,the most unusual vegetable dish I’ve had was the aubergine and chocolate dessert they do in
    Naples.And it was delicious! In the unlikely event that i’m one of the lucky people,i’d love to go on the 5th…Have a great day! Edith

  2. I’ve had chocolate and courgette cake before. And a chocolate beetroot cake too! Both yummy. Not that different an idea to carrot cake really I suppose!

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