Ticket Giveaway: NYC Wine & Food Festival Foie Gras Seminar!

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Ticket Giveaway: NYC Wine & Food Festival

Heaven Sent: Foie Gras Six Ways Paired with Wining Wines hosted by Michael Ginor & Mark Oldman

Want to win a ticket to New York City Wine & Food Festival?  Like foie gras or want to learn more about it while enjoying pairing wines?

This year’s Food Network’s New York City Wine & Food Festival will feature a special seminar with Hudson Valley Foie Gras founder Michael Ginor and PBS wine personality Mark Oldman this Saturday! And we’re excited to announce a ticket giveaway for the New York City area: a pass to the sold out Heaven Sent: Foie Gras Seminar ($100 value).  The lucky winner will have the opportunity to learn about the versatility of the pâté and the various ways in which it can be paired with wine.

The festival seminar is located at the Astor Center (study) and will take place on Saturday, October 9 2:30-3:30pm.

To win the ticket, just leave a comment below & a way to reach you (email would be best!) and you:

  • must be 21+ to attend
  • must provide your own transportation to the festival event
  • must be able to pick up ticket in our NYC FlatIron District office on Friday, October 8, 2010 by 5pm EST (along with a bag of fun Bordeaux goodies!)

Contest will end on Thursday, October 7th and the winner will be chosen randomly & revealed during our Le Wine Buff live video chat with the lovely April Bloom (she loves foie gras!) on Thursday, October 7th at 3pm EST.  Good luck!

  • http://rogersmithlife.com Brian

    This sounds amazing and I love any event at Astor Center! I am suppose to play basketball Saturday and want a great excuse to miss it!

    Even if I don’t win – good luck and happy #NYCWFF!

  • Babs

    I love foie gras.
    If there’s Sauternes involved, I would be thrilled!

  • Jessica

    Foie Gras Six Ways?? Mmmm! Love Hudson Valley Foie Gras, too!

  • Brenda Stahler

    New York City, Astor Center, Wine & Food, what could possibly be better??!!

  • Christopher Caoili

    cool informative & engaging blog.

  • http://www.loveswine.blogspot.com Diane Letulle

    Foie gras is the one of the highest forms of culinary pleasure. I’ve enjoyed it seared with Calvados and apples, wrapped in paper thin cucumber and served like sushi, served over toast points, and more. I have always delighted in its earthy flavor, its heavenly, melt-in-your-mouth texture. Sauternes on the table too? Now that’s a match made in heaven. Sigh,

  • Jennivine Lee

    I have an absolute foie gras OBSESSION…I was I’ll with an adrenal tumor for awhile and before they figured out my treatment plan I thought I was dying…so needless to say, I set out to get my fill of foie GRAS before I was to kick the bucket! Lol! I took off to Calistoga and met a Chef at a local restaurant that was serving foie on his pan seared tuna and I asked if he would make me one all on it’s own as an entree. He did…and proceeded to tell me he would make me breakfast, lunch, n dinner foie GRAS every day I came in to that restaurant for the entire time I was staying in Calistoga all I had to do was come in. So I did for 2 weeks. Lol! Had the most amazing combinations of foie sweet n savory! He even named one after me “Jennivine’s Jewel” and I hoped it would get on his menu and see it in print one day! ;)) There’s more to this story it turns out, but. This is hopefully enough for me to win the tix. for now. :) I battled the tumor for 5 yrs. I am now 110% and haven’t had any foie since that last amazing experience with it! Lol! I would be coming from SF for this event…hope I get to do it . :)))

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