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  • Apr 15th 2015
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The country’s favourite foodie event, Noosa International Food & Wine Festival, is fast approaching, hitting the shores of the Sunshine Coast from 14 - 17 May. KitchenAid is proud to be the event’s small electrical sponsor.

Immerse yourself in the hinterland food trails and join lively discussions with the nation’s top media and food critics debating current issues, on-trend topics and techniques.

Our lucky competition winner Clare, from Sydney will be sampling all of the culinary delights. Clare won the ‘Ultimate Foodie Weekend’ valued at $5800, which includes five nights luxury accommodation in Noosa, flights and transfers, entry to the festival, tickets to exclusive festival events plus an Artisan Stand Mixer. Lucky Clare will no doubt enjoy her taste of this year’s festival. Enjoy!

Here are our tips for enjoying the fun, sun and of course delicious food at this year’s four-day culinary fest:

Check out Australia’s top chefs

Mark Best, Martin Boetz, Peter Conistis, Colin Fassnidge, Dan Hong, Mark Jensen, Andrew McConnell, Matt Moran, David Moyle, Steven Snow, Ryan Squires, Shane Watson, and Adriano Zumbo and many others demonstrating showing off their favourite KitchenAid appliances.

Westpac Wild Food Dinner on the Beach

Think Cherax Park red claw crayfish with bunya nut, finger lime and purslane; Storm Bay sea urchin with smoked freshwater perch, from chefs including Sean McConnell, Matt Golinski and David Moyle. Right on the iconic Noosa main beach front.

Dinner with the Rising Star Chefs

Eight up-and-coming chefs from some of Australia’s best restaurants will be whipping up festival-goers a progressive feast to remember including: Paul Baker (Botanic Gardens Restaurant, Adelaide); Rhys Connell (Sepia, Sydney); Andre De Laine, Troy Rhoades-Brown (Muse, Hunter Valley); Thomas Robinson (Four in Hand, Sydney); Chris Thornton (Mason, Newcastle); Aaron Ward (Sixpenny, Sydney) and Shane Watson (Likuliku Lagoon, Fiji).

For more information on the festival visit their website.

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