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Local stars have a fan-TASTIC time at the Good Food and Wine Show

Pabi Moloi with Tastic chef Patrick Goldberg and prize-winner Joey Wurdeman
Pabi Moloi with Tastic chef Patrick Goldberg and prize-winner Joey Wurdeman

Local stars have a fan-TASTIC time at the Good Food and Wine Show

BRAND ACTIVITY

Sep 30th 2011, 08:59

Tastic invited a range of South African celebrities to participate in interactive cooking demonstrations at the Johannesburg leg of the 2011 Good Food and Wine Show, where they assisted in demonstrating the versatility of the Perfect, Every time brand of rice, Tastic.

The stars clearly illustrated a talent and passion for creating innovative yet wholesome dishes that are easy to prepare with Tastic rice. “If I wasn’t an actress, I would definitely have been a chef” exclaimed Hlubi Mboya of Isidingo fame as she enthusiastically assisted Tastic chef, Patrick Goldberg, whip up a delicious sweet and sour chicken and rice dish.

Exciting give-aways were handed out to lucky audience members including Tastic product hampers and cookbooks so they too can get creative with Tastic in their own kitchens.
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