Giveaway: Good Food & Wine Show

The Good Food & Wine Show rolls into Durban this Thursday and promises to be a scintillating assault on the tastebuds with plenty on offer for amateur foodies and afficionados alike.

Head to the Durban Exhibition Centre, between 23rd and 26th August and hob nob with international celebrity chefs, including local Masterchef South Africa winner Deena Naidoo, as well as Masterchef Australia’s George Calombaris. Catch legendary Italian celebrity chef and cookbook author Antonio Carluccio and Indian super chef Cyrus Todiwala, who was awarded an OBE from the Queen of England for his contribution to Indian cuisine in Great Britain.

There are numerous hands-on workshops and demonstrations, or just marvel at the artisan craftsman in action. The kids are catered for too and sample some of Durban’s best food and drinks scene at the Flavours of Durban.

Highlights of the show include:
The Chefs in Action Theatre
Get fresh with DStv
Flavours of Durban
Flavours of the City
The Artisan Food Market
Spekko Foods From Around the World, led by celebrity chef, restaurateur and loved television personality Reza Mahammad
Lindt ChocolateTheatre
Fine Brandies. By Design
An Interactive Cocktail Area
Amarula Cocktail Experience and the Amarula Cocktail Lounge
Cooking  for Kidz with guest apperances by CBeebies TV presenter Sid Sloane
Good for You Theatre
Good Food & Wine Show Book Stand

Click here for a full list of events and how to book workshops, or see what you can watch for free :)

Tickets are available through Computicket. The show is open until 9pm daily, except for Sunday when it closes at 6pm.

I’ve got 2 tickets to giveaway for the show – all you have to do to win is tell me your favourite typically Durban dish. Leave a comment on this post and maybe you’ll be a winner!

Terms & Conditions:
Winners will be chosen by
You may only enter once, so leave only one comment please.
You have until Wednesday 22nd August at 5pm to enter.
One person will win 2 tickets which will be available at the entrance to the show for collection.
The tickets are valid for entry on any of the show days between 23rd & 26th August.
Only entries who leave valid email addresses will be considered.
You will be contacted by email on Wednesday evening if you have won so please make sure you check your email!

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  • Reply
    Sanele Mabaso
    17th October 2014 at 8:37 AM

    Mine has to be a great gatsby. Loaded with potato chips, steak, fried egg , cheese, onion (lots of it) lettuce and tomato.

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    Shevanie Gopee
    8th October 2014 at 1:40 PM

    mutton bunny chow

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    Liz Laughalot
    22nd August 2012 at 1:02 PM

    Masala pineapple on a stick, on the beachfront on a hot sunny day! Durban at it’s best :)

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    22nd August 2012 at 11:01 AM

    Chicken and prawn curry!

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    22nd August 2012 at 9:10 AM

    Oh yes please! I NEED to get to the show! And my fav Durban dish…gotta be a curry, and not just any curry…a chicken korma bunny chow! Yum yum yum!

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    Mia Haywood
    22nd August 2012 at 8:42 AM

    If you talking Durban you must be talking Johnny’s Roties. Chip cheese and mutton gravy roti makes any grey day more exciting.

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    22nd August 2012 at 7:40 AM

    Steak/Wors – Pap , with tomato & onion Mix

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    22nd August 2012 at 7:12 AM

    Johnny’s Chip and Cheese Roti…after midnight all roads lead to Johnny’s.

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    22nd August 2012 at 7:08 AM

    Definately bunny chow!!!

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    Michelle Gordon
    22nd August 2012 at 4:24 AM

    I’m going to say a steak from Joop’s Place is up there, something a little diff from Durban curry but still an institution IMO.

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    22nd August 2012 at 1:48 AM

    Brittania chops chutney bunny

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    chanelle rorke
    21st August 2012 at 8:47 PM

    A tasty, spicey, full-of-flesh-kinda bunny chow!!!

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    21st August 2012 at 6:24 PM

    Masala chicken curry and cheese and sweet corn samoosa of course:-)

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    21st August 2012 at 1:59 PM

    i love biryani! its the best

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    21st August 2012 at 11:24 AM

    So many! I love a beans bunny, also prawn curry with savoury rice, or butter chicken with roghni naan! Mmm :D delicious

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    21st August 2012 at 11:23 AM

    Chicken, chip and cheese roti :)

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    Peta Jo
    21st August 2012 at 10:26 AM

    I hate to be boring, but I also have to say a curry BUT my favourite is a little different! I love making my own curries so I can add my own “pizzazz”. A tasty masala from Gorima’s transforms plain pink prawns into heaven…. I also chuck in a few chunks of hake and a few calamari rings. The key is loads of torn coriander stirred in just before serving. Served with fresh butter naans from Copper Chimney mm mm mm….

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    21st August 2012 at 8:25 AM a roti…in a bunny…with rice…with banana slices…with coconut…with sambals with everything! Followed by a delicious slice of fresh pineapple sprinkled with curry powder beach front style!

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    tarryn evenwel
    21st August 2012 at 7:33 AM

    My favourite dish has to be the bunny chow authentically belongs in Durbs and we love it!

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    Lerrin jayne coetzee
    21st August 2012 at 7:16 AM

    Mutton bunnys with lots of fresh corriander…yum!!!

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    Lisa James Beck
    20th August 2012 at 3:25 PM

    Traditional Broad bean bunny ….Sunrise chip n ranch or Britannia hotel are legendary!

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    20th August 2012 at 2:53 PM

    Durbs is good for SO many yummy dishes – a perfectly cut pineapple on the beach, a hot and spicy chicken curry bunny or fresh seafood sushi from our ocean!

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    20th August 2012 at 1:03 PM

    The most recognized and delicious Indian dish in Durban has to be the Mutton Curry! You can get it in many forms from well established Indian restaurants in Durban like lamb rogan josh and lamb vindaloo but mutton curry has to be best eaten in a bunny! Nothing beats a Durban Mutton Bunny when it comes to great taste, convenience and a uniquely fun way to eat mutton curry!

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    20th August 2012 at 11:55 AM

    a curry in any shape or form – bunny chow, mutton curry & rice or veg breyani gets my vote!

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    20th August 2012 at 10:40 AM

    A traditionally made bunny chow for sure:)

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    Daniela Cardoso
    20th August 2012 at 10:32 AM

    Chicken Curry with Roti

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    Cathy Badenhorst
    20th August 2012 at 10:30 AM

    most definitely a Prawn Curry

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