Do you consider yourself a foodie? Or maybe you just love to eat? Or do you stalk Canada’s top chefs and are the first to visit any new restaurant popping up on King West?
Whether you’re a vegan and baking with nutritional yeast or a true fan of Diners, Drive-In’s and Dives, we’ve got something for you!
We’re going to give away 2 tickets to the first ever Toronto FOOD & WINE Festival taking place at Evergreen Brick Works on September 18-20.
HOW TO ENTER:
- Follow us on Instagram @mindovermarmalde
- Tag the friend you would like to bring along if you win.
- Choose your favourite dish we’ve made, and repost the photo, tagging us.
As a BONUS entry…..Recreate any dish we’ve posted on Instagram and tag @mindovermarmalade when you post. There is no limit to how many recipes you make! Get baking!
The contest closes on August 30th @ 6pm EST. A winner will be announced on September 1st!
5 Reasons You Need to Visit Toronto FOOD & WINE Festival 2015:
- Curtis Stone, Tyler Florence, Gail Simmons, Chuck Hughes, Roger Mooking, Mark McEwan, Antonio Park and many more will be taking to the stages for demos, talks and workshops throughout the three-day event.
- You’ll be able to sample, sip and savour all the flavours from 130 purveyors of premium products, fine foods and beverages from Ontario, Canada and around the world in the Grand Tasting Pavilion – presented by PC Black Label.
- For the first time ever, Cochon 555 is bringing its flavour-packed marquee events series to Canada allowing guests to sink their teeth into over 1400 pounds of expertly prepared pork dishes by the hottest chefs including Chuck Hughes, Matty Matheson and more.
- Expert-level educational workshops welcome legendary masters like Kevin Kent (Knifewear), Tetsuya “Ted” Iizuka (Soba Canada), and Antonio Park (Park Restaurant) to share their knowledge regarding time-held traditions like knife skills and soba noodle making.
- Canada’s Best New Student Chef will be crowned after an exciting and unique cooking competition called Taste Canada Cooks the Books. Some of the brightest up-and-coming culinary talents from schools across Canada will gather in front of a live audience in the Miele Kitchen to make a dish from a well-known Canadian cookbook, with the author on stage!