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[CLOSED]Competition: Win a Slow Food Highland Park Dinner cooked by Neil Forbes at Cafe St Honoré
Our competition is now closed so many thanks for all of your entries. We have selected our winner at random from all of the correct entries received and the lucky diner is …. Nadya Stewart! Congratulations Nadya, we hope you have a great time and look forward to hearing about it!
Well Food Geeks, Summer appears to have finally made an appearance and there are some fab food (and drink) events to fill the warmer months on the horizon. One such event is next month’s Slow Food week, taking place from the 18th to 24th June, and to celebrate we’ve teamed up with Edinburgh restaurant Cafe St Honoré, in partnership with Highland Park single malt whisky, to offer you lucky folks a chance to win a special dinner and a bottle of the good stuff! Exciting, eh?
One food geek will win an invitation for themself and a friend to attend a special Slow Food and Highland Park dinner at the restaurant, prepared by Neil Forbes on Wednesday 20 June from 7pm. The winner will also take home a bottle of Highland Park 18 year old to enjoy however they may wish.
As well as the chance to sample some of the very best Scottish produce from a menu created by Scottish Chef of the Year 2011, each course will be matched by an expression of Highland Park single malt whisky, including Thor, which is the first whisky to be released from Highland Park’s new Valhalla Collection; a range of four unique whiskies, released annually, taking inspiration from the legendary Nordic gods of old. If that wasn’t enough, guests at the dinner will also experience a special tasting from one of Highland Park’s experts so you can impress your friends with some new found knowledge.
Have we tempted you yet?
How to enter
To enter, simply send an email to email@example.com answering the following question:
How long does a whisky have to mature in an oak cask in Scotland before it can legally be called a Scotch Whisky?
The competition will close at 5pm on Friday 8th June 2012 and we’ll be announcing the winner the following week, so get your thinking caps on and get in touch! *
The Slow Food UK Chef Alliance in partnership with Highland Park whisky is engaging Britain’s chefs in actively supporting the aims of Slow Food UK, by championing small scale producers and sustainably sourced quality produce. With shared values and beliefs, the partnership with Slow Food UK underlines Highland Park’s passion for flavour, time old tradition and true craftsmanship.
Some of the UK’s culinary greats have signed up to the Alliance including Cafe St Honoré’s very own Neil Forbes, Richard Corrigan (Corrigan’s of Mayfair), Brett Graham (Ledbury) and Michael Roux Jr (Le Gavroche), Raymond Blanc (Le Manoir Quat’Saisons) and Michael Smith (The Three Chimneys).
If you aren’t our winner and want to book yourself a spot at the Cafe St Honoré Slow Food dinner on 20 June, please call 0131 2262211 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please note, in order to be eligible to win you and your guest must be over 18 years of age and available to attend the dinner on 20th June at Cafe St Honoré in Edinburgh. No alternative prizes will be offered. Winners will be notified via email and then announced on totalfoodgeeks.com. If the selected winner does not respond to email communications regarding claiming of their prize then an alternative winner will be selected.
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