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The Eat and Drink Festival 2017 takes place at London Olympia between 22nd and 26th November, bringing together artisan food producers, street vendors and mixologists along with experts in modern cuisine.
An exciting line-up of celebrity chefs and professionals including Gregg Wallace and Rosemary Shrager take to the Foodie Stage to deliver Christmas-inspired recipes and masterclasses about everything from German wines and macaroons to a vegan Christmas and leftover Boxing Day pizza. Italian-chef Gino D’Acampo also appears along with wine-expert Olly Smith who demonstrates how to pair wines and dishes for the perfect festive taste.
Sample and shop for fresh produce and handmade products in the Artisan Producers Market, offering everything from balsamic vinegars, oils and pastries to bakery treats, gin-liqueur cakes, flapjacks and Christmas puddings. Stock up on festive treats, find gifts for the food lovers in your life and taste the finest chutneys, pickles and jams.
Visit The Great Eat to discover the globe’s favourite flavours, where dishes are crafted by the country’s most celebrated street food visionaries. Whether you fancy fajitas, burritos, curries, pizzas, pastas or ice cream, grab a bite and tickle your taste buds with worldwide culinary delights. For a taste of something closer to home, stop by The Streets of London and try samples of the best eats from across the capital.
As well as enjoying the Eat and Drink Festival, tickets gain access to the Ideal Home Show at Christmas which returns to Olympia for its seventh consecutive year and runs alongside the festival. The show features eight dedicated sections across home and lifestyle including home improvements and outdoor living; style; Christmas decorations; a Christmas arcade with toys, games and books; kitchenware; and the new-for-2017 Pet Pavilion.
For more information of show tickets visit www.idealhomeshowchristmas.co.uk/london
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