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Rocky Moutain Wine & Food Giveaway!

April 30, 2012

The giveaways to my readers just keep coming. Last week I received a box of goodies which I will be giving away later next week, and just yesterday I picked a winner for a spa swag bag… Now what?

An invite to the Rocky Mountain Wine & Food Festival in Banff!

This weekend (Friday May 4 from 7 – 10 p.m) you will sip, sample, and savour at the fifth-annual celebration of Banff’s finest fare

Now if you know me, you know I LOVE food and wine shows, these events are the perfect place to sample the most delicious things you never knew existed.

Here is what me and my good friends from the festival are putting up for grabs;

  • Two tickets to the Friday May 4th 7-10pm event (value of $60) AND an additional $20 in tasting coupons!!!

Here are 3 items I can’t wait to try!

Coffee Glazed Pork Belly, Maple Bacon Marshmallows, and a new rice based gluten-free Lemongrass & Ginger vodka from India.

This event is going to be a delicious blast!

To snag these tickets you have two ways to enter;

#1 Tweet the Following

I love @immrfabulous, he’s sending a lucky reader to @rockywinefood this weekend! http://wp.me/p1mskh-1nw He always has the best giveaways!

or

#2 Comment Below

Tell me “What’s you’re favourite food?”

I’ll pick a winner in 48 hours;

And don’t worry, if you don’t win these tickets I have another set up tomorrow for a totally different event this weekend!

Mr. Fab and wine


  1. My favourite food is anything with bacon in it. Whether it’s an appetizer or a main course, bacon makes everything taste wonderful!

  2. I’ve always had the hardest time trying to pick a fav food, but I think that Lobster has to take the cake (or my grandma’s curry, rice, and parathas – who can say no to home cooked Indian food? 😛 ) But those that you’ve mentioned might change my mind if I was lucky enough to taste them 😉

  3. I have sooo many favourite foods but I’d have to say barbecued duck with a nice glass of red wine is my favourite!!!

  4. Hmmm…..I think its gotta be chicken. Soooo many yummy ways to cook it. But a very close second would be seafood. Oh but there are toooo many!

  5. sushi – any kind but the more wacky the name and foreign the ingredients – the better. Fave ever is Gourd Kyanpyo from Nobu in dubai… i have no idea what was in it but I crave it.

  6. Continuing on the Japanese theme, I was introduced to regional “street food” while living in Osaka for a year. It is called takoyaki — or Japanese octopus balls. Takoyaki is a mystery melange of fried dough, sliced octopus tentacles with crispy fish flakes and green onion on top, seasoned with mayonnaise and BBQ sauce (of the Japanese variety). Only place I know that sells it Japanese style in North America is a hole-in-the-wall in the East Village of Manhattan called Otafuku. Amazing.

  7. Pan seared scallops, wild mushroom rissoto, grilled asparagus. Served with a nice Chardonnay.

Looking forward to reading your comments!