Thursday, 28 April 2011

Win tickets to HARVEST food and music festival with Muesli Lover





Food and music festival, Alex James Presents HARVEST, has teamed up with Muesli Lover to offer a pair of tickets for a weekend of gourmet food and great music. Find out how to win below...

Join Alex James and friends at his farm in Oxfordshire on the 9th – 12th September and tuck in to the culinary delights of the UK’s finest chefs and hottest music acts.

The menu includes an exciting foodie line-up including River Cottage’s Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Michelin Starred chef Richard Corrigan; Guardian restaurant critic and author Jay Rayner; world renowned chef Yotam Ottolenghi, gastronomy pioneer Nuno Mendes, restaurateur Tom Kerridge and St John’s Fergus Henderson.

These chefs will be indulging you with cookery masterclasses as well as exclusive pop-up restaurants and a fresh and bountiful farmers' market.

If that doesn’t tickle your tastebuds, HARVEST matches its foodie credentials with a summer soundtrack of the best British music including KT Tunstall, Jo Whiley and Fat Freddy’s Drop who are doing their only UK Festival Performance at HARVEST.

For the gardeners, HARVEST hosts Monty and Sarah Don will be offering tips in gardening and there's entertainment for the family from Charlie and Lola.

If you are not one of the lucky winners, you can still book a ticket at www.alexjamespresentsharvest.com – and find more information on what to expect.

You can also check out the sister festival Harvest at Jimmy’s www.harvestatjimmys.com. Jimmy will be joined by friends on his Suffolk farm on the same weekend in September for more foodie and music fun.

HOW TO ENTER

For your chance to win the pair of tickets to Alex James Presents HARVEST, just tell us what your favourite festival breakfast is, with extra points if you link to/email a photo. You can enter by using the comment form below or by emailing mueslilover at gmail.com. The winner will be chosen by the HARVEST committee, and the judge's decision is final.

This competition is open to people aged 18 and over. The prize is two weekend adult camping tickets, not including travel or transport, non transferrable, non refundable and you need to bring your own tent and camping kit.

Get your entries to Muesli Lover by Thursday 19th May for a chance to win.

Beatrice's picture entry - the description is in the comment form below...

From Di...

8 comments:

  1. From Sarah Blackett... that's quite a festie breakkie...

    Starter
    "Wake up and feel the sunshine smoothie"
    A delicious, fiery smoothie made of frozen blueberries, raspberries and strawberries, 1 sweet banana, 1 kiwi, a splash of fresh orange juice, a generous grating of fresh ginger and if there's any natural yoghurt in the fridge, that too!

    Main
    Crispy bacon stacked on top of hot blueberry pancakes drizzled with Aunt Jemima's maple syrup.
    A pot of earl grey tea.

    Pud
    If I'm still feeling peckish, a small helping of homemade granola with some natural yoghurt and a spoon full of Manuka honey from new Zealand.

    Heaven!

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  2. From Jill Webb... simple, but a festival winner...
    Can't beat a bacon sandwich

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  3. From Beatrice...
    Hi my favourite breakfast is a cup of coffee and soy latte, some cereals with fresh stawberries and blueberries and a nice oatmilk smoothie with agave and strawberries.
    All dairy free as I'm lactose intolerant!
    (pictured above)

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  4. From Di Coke
    My ideal festival breakfast is homemade cherry flapjacks; they're the perfect snack to keep handy in the tent for that early morning energy boost.
    They're easy to make - oats, brown sugar, maple syrup and dried cherries - and my son thinks they're pretty special too! (pictured above)

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  5. From Phil Darling...
    Please enter me, as the actress said to the bishop...
    My fave festival breakfast has to be 3 Muesli bars, washed down with apple juice

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  6. From Di Coke...
    My ideal festival breakfast is homemade cherry flapjacks; they're the perfect snack to keep handy in the tent for that early morning energy boost.
    They're easy to make - oats, brown sugar, maple syrup and dried cherries - and my son thinks they're pretty special too! (picture above)

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  7. A can of Strongbow and a Pot Noodle!

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  8. Like it escapeman... hair of the dog

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