[CLOSED] Win Two Tickets to The Taste | KCET
[CLOSED] Win Two Tickets to The Taste
The Taste is a four-day festival of food and wine presented by the Los Angeles Times and Food & Wine magazine. Events held around town will include panel discussions, food truck lots, cooking demonstrations and wine tastings. [The contest is now closed.]
Secrets from the Kitchen & Cellar, held in the old Robinson's-May parking lot on Wilshire Boulevard, will include demonstrations and tastings by Scott Conant, Michael Voltaggio, Celestino Drago, Claire Robinson and Aarti Sequeira; a live interview of Ludo and Krissy Lefebvre by Russ Parsons; two different wine seminars; and over 60 food and drink stalls offering unlimited samples. You won't go home hungry!
We're giving away a pair of tickets - a $300 value - to one gourmet reader. Leave a comment here (deadline: Sunday, August 28th, 2011) telling us about the one simple dish you never learned to master, from bread to tomato sauce to roasted chicken. We'll choose one of you to attend the festival and drown your culinary sorrows in world-class food and drink. Tell us your tales of kitchen woe below!
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