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Wellington Food Show 2017

New Zealand’s national food and wine event.

Everyone loves The Food Show. It’s where we go to stock up on the best food, drink, and kitchen equipment from all over and learn how to cook like a star at home.
Take your taste buds on a trip all over the world without leaving town.

We make sampling the best cuisine from New Zealand and overseas easy by gathering the biggest, broadest, and most downright delicious selection of food all in one place.

 

FoodShow


Where:
Westpac Stadium
When: Fri 26th – Sun 28th May 2017
Times: 10am – 5pm

The Food Show Website The Food Show Facebook Giveaway to Come

 

 

 

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Included with your entry ticket, you can enjoy free cooking demonstrations in the Cooking Theatre.

Don’t miss the chance to see some of New Zealand’s top culinary talent share their secrets on cooking fabulous meals at home.

Watch your favourite celebrity chef step up to the plate, including Annabel Langbein, Ray McVinnie, Annabelle White, Jonny Schwass, Mike Van de Elzen and more, in the Cooking Theatre in Christchurch
Cooking Theatre timetable coming soon

HealthyHub
The Healthy Hub will include

  • Products free from gluten, dairy, refined sugar, preservatives, and chemical additives.
  • Raw foods, wholefoods, superfoods, plus vegan, vegetarian, and Paleo diet options.
  • Certified organic products, cruelty-free products, and detoxification products.
  • Products and services that promote or support natural health, well-being, fitness, animal welfare, and environmental responsibility.

ArtisanVillage

Artisan Village
Handmade, small-batch, traditional, and super-high-quality goods all gathered in one place?
Perfect! If you’re looking for delicious treats at The Christchurch Food Show, Artisan Alley is your best destination.

The Chefs

 

Annabel Langbein

Fri 10:30am-11:15am, Sat 10:30am-11:15am, Sun 10:30am-11:15am

The 2017 year is a landmark one for New Zealand’s leading cookbook writer and publisher Annabel Langbein.
At this year’s Food Shows in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch she will share delicious recipes from her new book Essential Annabel Langbein – a gorgeous compendium of more than 700 recipes that marks 20 years since she published The Best of Annabel Langbein: Great Food for Busy Lives, known as “the bible” in many New Zealand

 

Annabelle White
Fri 11:30am-12:15pm, Fri 3pm-3:45pm, Sat 12:30pm-1:15pm

Author of 11 cookbooks, popular TV and radio cook, and former food editor for both NZ House and Garden and NZ Women’s Weekly , the effervescent Annabelle White combines great energy in the kitchen with simple tips, easy and achievable recipes, and plenty of fun.

 

 

Antonio Cacace
Fri 11:30am-12:15pm

A man who has made of his love and passion for Italy, his business, his life and his greatest venture in New Zealand.

 

 

And many More

2 comments

  1. The Food Show 2016

    Where do I start? This is THE event for the inner foodie and wine lover! And what an event it is!!

    Almost everything you can imagine is there, from spices or sauces to take your favourite dish to a whole new taste level, something sweet for those of us with a sweet tooth and want a treat….and seriously, who doesn’t like a sweet treat or 3 once in a while? Healthy options for those who want to try and be a bit more healthy or want to sneak something tasty but healthier into the families meals (admit it, we all try that, with varying degrees of success, I know), to a wide variety of foods to tempt the taste buds! And there is also a fantastic range of beverages too, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic.
    You’ll find not only new and exciting ways of cooking your favourite foods, to new recipies you may not have even heard of or thought about (my stack of Simon Gault recipies is growing thanks to the Food Show) but also items to cook with, on and in!
    And then there are the live demonstrations by favourite cooks/chefs. Just can’t beat seeing them cook something you have wanted to try, right in front of you. If they can do it live in front of a crowd, then you know you can do it at home!
    There are bargains galore with lots of Show only deals.

    My tips…..

    1. Wear comfy shoes!
    2. Don’t’ attend with a full stomach, you are going to want the stomach space to fit all the samples in!! You can go back to the same stand many times…..I did!!
    3. Take your time, there is lots to see, taste and smell! Visit the stands more than once.
    4. Sit in on a demonstration or two. There is always something new to be learnt.
    5. Keep an open mind, taste everything, even if it’s not something you normally would eat or drink. You may just find a new family favourite.
    6. Take the kids! Yes, I said take the kids!! Take the whole family! There is method in this madness. Get them to sample foods too. Why? Simple…..it will give you a chance to try them on something new, without it costing you a small fortune first, and you’ll find something they will eat! It’s also a good family day out, and a great way of engaging the kids in the world of food!!

    Enjoy the show!

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