Tuesday, 26 October 2010

Closed WIN BBC GOOD FOOD SHOW WINTER 2010 TICKETS 1 X 5 pairs 12/11 Giveaway # 9

I love the Good Food Show, an amazing family day out, my whole family love sampling new and favoutite foods, while my two gorge on Carte D'Or and Mueller yogurts, Mum gets to tipple wine, spirits and ogle James Martin.
I resisted the urge not to stalk him at the Summer show when Paige spotted him wandering around the gardens.
There is often a chance to make something to bring home and for compers oodles of giveaways, Chris won a funky can opener last year.


Stops to drool!!!


Talking of tasty, well I was! I adore the live cookery demos. The Masterchef event is a must.
Oh and don't forget the absolute bargains for Christmas shopping. fab foods and gifts for the home at special show prices.
On the way out grab a goody bag full of samples and full size products.

 Read more about it here.

Haymarket are giving my lovely followers a chance to win a day out.
They have given me 5 pairs of tickets worth an incredible £49  

To win you must be a follower, leave an email, or twitter name and then tell me your favorite chef or cook.
Mine has to be Nigel Slater for just making me hungry as he describes food so well. Read Real Food and you will be drooling!

Bonus entry for commenting on another post, just let me know where, I do check.

Good Luck


Closes 12/11
Open UK Only
Competition tickets are general admission only.
Excluding Saturdays, they are non transferable and cannot be exchanged for cash.

67 comments:

  1. Twitter - Partypixie85
    I love the Hairy Bikers, they make traditional food that anyone can cook up and they make it look fun when they are doing it x
    I also commented on handbag giveaway :)

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  2. My favourite is Nigel Slater too - the only person I've ever heard of who can describe eating a plate of chips and make it sound like something out of a top shelf magazine (not that I'd know what they have in them OF COURSE). His attitude to shopping, cooking and eating seems to be just like mine, and he'd be welcome to come and live next door to me any time. He could talk gardening with OH too!

    @compergrapevine

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  3. I'm afraid I love Nigella Lawson - calories be damned. She always looks as if she really loves food and cooking, plus she's not afraid to admit to the odd mistake :-)

    @happyfox

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  4. Nigel Slater did that for me with sausages just cooking in a pan on a sunday morning, he turned the method into a whole chapter.
    Nigella is another fave Nigel Slater. Think I like the cooks marginally more than the chefs.

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  5. Mine is Nigella Lawson, her cookery is not always about healthy food but yummy food which is obvoiusly better!
    I will re-tweet this giveaway.
    Thanks
    @MWeston13

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  6. Mine is Jamie Oliver, unless I'm allowed to say my mum? :o)

    My email is roxanne_clements@live.com and my twitter is @roxanneclements.

    Also commented here: http://giventodistractingothers.blogspot.com/2010/10/win-wine-show-plus-free-entry-to.html :o) x

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  7. Can I say I don't rate any of them except for maybe Phil Vickery just because he's cute!

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  8. I dont really have a favourite but I do seem to watch Jamie Oliver more than any other!

    @sophiejanem

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  9. Jamie Oliver. He makes everything look so easy!

    @ActuallyAkeela

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  10. Ken Hom - hes excellent.

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  11. Jamie Oliver - he is cute and never pretentious.

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  12. I have to say Delia Smith - when I got married I couldn't cook at all and it was her book which got me through being thrown into having dinner parties without having a nervous breakdown!
    @beachrambler

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  13. hairy bikers, they make cooking fun and they have a sense of humour


    julie

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  14. The Hairy Bikers are my fav - great cooks with a brilliant sense of humour. I always find these two fabulous entertainment.

    @julster55P

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  15. Still Rick Stein every time for me! Off for a break to the Seafood Restaurant again next month.

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  16. Nigella and I have a lot in common. ;-) Like our birthdays (tho she is older!)

    I'd have to go for her tho I do like Nigel Slater too.

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  17. Oops, meant to say my twitter name is the same as my username here. :)

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  18. Jamie oliver because he inspired me to start growing my own veg

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  19. My favourite has to be Jamie Oliver - I love the way he just throws the food in and is so relaxed about cooking....

    I do like to watch Gordon Ramsey too..... he is definately no 2 favourite....

    @KJaybaby1

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  20. My favourite is Heston Blumenthal, I would love to eat at the Fat Duck one day!
    Have also commented on your Patak's post!
    @superluckydi

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  21. Another great giveaway! Thankyou!

    My favourite chef, is my partner, Jack (aka Cheffy Daddy). He's up there with the rest of them.

    XD

    Becca x

    @Beckicklesie

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  22. I've commented on your Shloer post btw x

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  23. This would be a fantastic prize to win. My OH watches cooking shows all the time. I like Gordon Ramsay, he's my favourite. I'm an old follower @susankmann

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  24. My favourite chef has to be Delia Smith - absolutely love what she does - has a very natural talent and have tried loads of her recipes, they're great!
    Email is sitara500@gmail.com

    Thank you kindly!

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  25. I'm back on Jamie Oliver at the moment, liking his 30 minute meals :)

    I'm @Zepdran on Twitter

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  26. i love james martin, but since hubby watches every cookery program going i get to see loads of differant ones, just a shame hubby only watches and doesn't cook LoL
    tazhull on twitter

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  27. have posted on your wine show giveaway too

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  28. @wendymcd83 My fave is Simon Rimmer for his work at Green's veggie restaurant. Not many celebrity chefs do much for us vegetarians :(

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  29. Commented on your Poundland Halloween review. Loved the blood stained tableware!!!

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  30. I love Jamie Oliver's 30 minute meals. Fabulous! Count me in.

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  31. @Kayfoz - it's GOT to be Saint Delia for me - she's the one who inspired me to be a better cook. The woman's a GENIUS! x

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  32. @chrissie0301

    For old times sake - Delia

    But at the moment Marco Pierre White - so intense about what he does

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  33. my favourite must be the Hairy Bikers. They make cooking fun and interesting rather than a chore.

    I loved their tour of Britain series going up against top chefs in their own restaurants to see who could produce local fare the best.

    Am following your blog and on twitter @dmbaxt xx

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  34. Gordon Ramsay - cyberken2805@hotmail.com

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  35. Fav chef is Jamie Oliver...though I do think he's starting to get a bit overexposed... Would love to win! x

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  36. My favourtie Chef is Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall as I love his basic apporach and how much he cares about how the animals are treated and his recipes are delicious too!


    twannywun at hotmail dot com

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  37. I love the Hairy Bikers. One of them comes from my home town and they did a great programme on pies and they visited my local bakery.

    @yoohoo100

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  38. Valentine Warner is my faveourite as the recipies are easy to follow and the passion and sensuality he shows for food make me want to jump right into the tv and eat what he has cooked with my fingers!

    @FionaArt on twitter

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  39. Ruth Longville2 November 2010 21:49

    Twitter name - @Diddlepops

    I love to watch Marco Pierre White - despite his scary words - he is a total gentleman and a completely amazing chef. Also like Michel Roux Jnr

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  40. Jean-Christophe Novelli for his chocolate fondant recipe AND, the looks and charm that got him voted as one of the world's 100 sexiest men.
    @144addycombe

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  41. Hi, just joined and followed from Twitter -@morphic43. My favourite TV chef is Nigella Lawson, I know her shows are very contrived but she does radiate a love of food and flavours, and always gets me in a Christmassy mood every year. Also she doesn't look like she's made from coathangers! I've also commented on your Little Dish review, does that get me an extra entry? - you can now tell how desperate I am for tickets LOL

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  42. Jo, can you withdraw my entry please? I've already won tickets from the Loseley competition so I'm going to be going anyway, and inany case having won two lovely prizes from you in one week it would be greedy of me to want more right now!

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  43. Our fav has to be ken Hom who came to our Ottakers bookshop and did a cooking demonstation - very odd cooking in a bookshop. My son was going through a phase where he wanted to be a TV chef so he was awe struck and kne let him be an assistant and signed leaflets for him!

    Mary

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  44. Twitter @Crosleypup

    The Hairy Bikers for me too...it's not so much what they do but how they do it.

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  45. Absolutely adored Keith Floyd in the old days :)

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  46. Just adore Jamie Oliver in his half hour meals

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  47. Following - my fav chef would be old Jamie as he's really tried to reform the food we eat , esp with school dinners.

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  48. I like Nigella, but I do find her a bit false. Her shows .. so the multimillionaire rolls in at 2am and cooks chicken soup, I doubt it! I love Ainsley Harriott too! I had the pleasure of meeting him two weeks ago :)
    I also commented on the other goodfood post you mentioned!
    My twitter is @jetaimefleur and my email jadeshackcloth@gmail.com

    thanks for running this :D! xxx

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  49. Ina Garten - The Barefoot Contessa

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  50. As someone who likes to grow my own veg, it would have to be Jamie Oliver, as his recipes inspire me in the kitchen to use my home-grown veg more adventurously! Twitter kate_strickland

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  51. I don't have a favourite chef, I do like to watch them all making their dishes and getting ideas from them.
    I wouldn't mind having James Martin in my kitchen or even in my house :)


    email - me_obi1@yahoo.co.uk

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  52. James Martin is a fave of mine he manages to put a new unique twist to good british dishes,can be beaten if you ask me!
    joslin_uk@yahoo.co.uk

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  53. Got to be Anthony Bourdain for me! Quirky,crazy,ironic and a great chefnot afraid to try, and fail. His 'Kitchen Confidential' a real insight and his 2 series 'No Reservations' a nice change from the usual cookery/travelogue.

    Agree re: Slater too, 'Toast' a warm read,plus his recipes are simple and delicious and work!! (A fine Duck breast with citrus fruit in one of his series)

    Some nice blogposts and recipes,left a little comment on the James Martin Sardine one.

    May all your Souffles be perfect!


    Twitter @Barmybookworms

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  54. Nigella Lawson, i love her!

    kemo_0000@hotmail.co.uk

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  55. Jamie Oliver he so down to earth make everything look so simple

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  57. James Martin - Brilliant Chef and a nice guy to boot!

    Twitter @mgsimmo

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  58. @dougal1972

    It would have to be Jamie Oliver for me. He took the 'fear' out of cooking as I have never had a recipe of his fail!

    Thanks for a lovely competition. Fingers crossed!

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  59. Has to be Gordon Ramsey!
    toxicty@virginmedia.com

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  60. i'm at dalek999@gmail.com. i like hugh f-w. he's about the only one i can actually stomach!

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  61. I am, @OliversMummy08 on twitter, I have to say my fave cooks are the Hairy Bikers i am loving their show on bb2 at the moment watch it ever night :)

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  62. My favourite chef is Delia Smith, will be using some of her recipes this Xmas - especially the 'how to cheat' ones lol!
    Twitter @953am

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  63. my favourite chef is Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall
    so many wonderful recipes
    mandamoo41@yahoo.co.uk

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  64. Hugh Fearnely Whittingstall - his recipes tend to centre on healthy cooking and natural foods. He's even encouraged me to start growing my own vegetables.

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  65. It just has to be Jamie Oliver - yes I know he is married and has a family but he is just so pretty to look at and seems to be ageing well - not going bald. And yes I know he pays the staff of his new Birmingham resturant minimum rates but I'd work for him for nothing

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  66. Remember to follow folks and leave a contact you cannot win if I cannot see where to let you know.

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