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WHAT: Tesco Taste Northern Ireland 2012 Food Festival
WHERE: Custom House Square Belfast City Centre
WHEN: 14th- 16th September 2012
Friday 14th 2pm -5pm
Saturday 15th 10am-6pm
Sunday 16th 11am – 5pm
PRICE: Admission is FREE!
INFO: www.tasteni.com/tastenifestival and www.facebook.com/tastenorthernireland
Belfast’s biggest free consumer food festival is back! The fabulous Tesco Taste Northern Ireland Festival is returning to Custom House Square in Belfast on the weekend of 14th- 16th of September. Now in its fourth year, the 2012 foodie extravaganza looks set to be even bigger and better than before.
Northern Ireland’s favourite local food companies will gather for a superb weekend of tasting, cooking and sharing the love of local food. The event is under cover in a huge marquee in Belfast City Centre and, even better, admission is free!
Taste Northern Ireland 2012 celebrates and showcases all that’s great about Northern Ireland food & drink producers, suppliers and chefs. There are heaps of free tastings and samples guaranteed as well as exclusive previews of brand new product launches.
Family Fun Day Out
The celebrations will run all weekend with family fun and games in the Ballygowan Activity Zone, kids’ arts and crafts workshops, roving circus entertainers and a petting farm for the little ones. In the Taste of Ulster cookery theatre, there’s a full programme of top local chefs sharing their cooking tips and recipes, using top local produce. With the help of Skea Eggs we’re also expecting plenty of cracking ideas to inspire our cooking with eggs!
The event is supported by Translink which is encouraging visitors and foodies to make the most of a great day out by taking the bus or train from all over Northern Ireland direct to Belfast City Centre.
Share the Tesco love of local food and celebrate Taste Northern Ireland - a fabulous FREE food festival in Custom House Square in the heart of Belfast. Visit www.tasteni.com/tastenifestival and www.facebook.com/tastenorthernireland for all the info.
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