WIN 1 of 3 Sunset Wine double passes

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Sunset-Wines-Perth-EventSunset Wine is on again 30 – 31 January 2016 at Scarborough Beach Reserve from 2:30 – 7:30pm and I have three double passes to give away to three readers for the Sunday sess (31/1). To enter simply leave a comment with what you’d like to see featured on foodie cravings in 2016 by this Sunday 24/1/16. 

The Sunset Wine tickets includes entry to the event, a tasting glass, complimentary wine tastings and live entertainment. Plus there’s a heaps of food to choose from, check out the food vendors below and plan out your eating plan before you go…

  • Cape Bouvard Restaurant – gourmet burgers & hotdogs
  • Two Queens – Wood fired tapas and pizzas
  • Food & Co – Chilli mussels
  • Ragin Cajun – BBQ ribs and buffalo wings
  • Ole Paella – Paella
  • Creative Catering – gourmet tapas including mini pies, sliders and arancini
  • Shak Shuka
  • Las Empanadas – empanadas
  • Print Hall – canapés
  • Coco Lycious – Cocowhip, coffee and rawsome treats

To find out more about Sunset Wine or to book tickets visit the Wine and Food WA website.

Competition T&Cs

  • foodie cravings Sunset Wine competition is open to all Perth readers or those who will be visiting Perth on Sunday 31 January 2016;
  • 3 foodie cravings readers who have entered via leaving a comment on foodie cravings blog, facebook page, instagram or twitter will be randomly selected to win a Sunset Wine double pass to the Sunday 31/1/16 session (valued at $42 each).
  • Competition closes 6pm Sunday 24/01/16. The winner will be announced on foodie cravings facebook page that night. If the winning reader/s don’t respond within 48 hours with their contact details, foodie cravings will redraw the competition and notify a new winner.
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I have foodie cravings all the time and sometimes at very odd hours, hence the name of this food blog, where I share my love for Perth food, writing and interviews with inspirational foodies who have made their mark in the food scene. I also own Crust Mount Lawley with my burger eating half burger boy and have a mini me who eats all my food, she goes by the name junior burger on the blog :)

10 Comments

  1. I would love to see articles of where you can go and learn to how to cook, cooking skills from beginners, bbq cooking, desert making etc..what cooking schools are available north and south of the river. Or what Tafes or Polytechnic etc is available. Or how to make pizzas? Another idea could Crust pizza run little pizza making sessions for kids on school holidays?? Or take it into the schools and have pizza cooking sessions. you could use your bases, toppings, buy the pizza ovens around $200 from kitchenware house, they only take 5 minutes to cook in these ovens. Just an idea... Myself and my mum recently showed my daughters kindy class how to make spaghetti, the dough, put it through the spaghetti machine (meanwhile I had a basic tomatoe sauce on kindy's stove cooking) A bit pot of water boiling to cook the spaghetti. I provided plastic bowls , parmesian cheese , plastic forks and serviettes. Kids doing the dough is good for Motor Skills. We did the session in one hour and half. The kids and teachers gobbled up the spaghetti , they loved it...and the kids and teachers still talk about it now...
  2. Tracy Spillane on
    I'd love to see more reviews of cheap eats and places with special offers, like many people we've had to tighten our belts a bit, and eating out is a luxury I don't want to lose!
  3. I would love to read more stories on venues in the Eastern Suburbs and Hills area as well as wineries and breweries. There are some fantastic hidden gems in places like Guildford, Bassendean and Caversham and being a country girl at heart there is nothing better than getting out of the hustle and bustle of the city for a drink and meal in Gidgegannup, Mundaring or Kalamunda. The view of Perth as you drive back down the hill into town is worth the trip it's self- especially as the sun sets over the city on a balmy summer evening!
  4. I would love to see you list venues for occasions :) Date night venue, group relaxing arvo venues, brunch venues, girls day out venues, blokes venues... Just a little something to help me choose where to go based on why I'm going out!
    • Cheers for the ideas Julie. Getting more creative with my home cooking is one of my 2016 nye resolutions and I have a new contributor who will be sharing her thermomix recipes so my in the kitchen page should start to fill with new cooking ideas soon. The spice challenge I might have to leave it to one of my writers as I don't do spice well :)
  5. Rebecca Lawrence on
    I would like to see a section with quirky/different type eateries and restaurants because so many of the Perth restaurants are sub-standard and all the same. We need a little more funk in Perth - I have found a few that are a little different such as Alfred's kitchen and Cafe Mueller but I would love to know where some others are. We have so little in Perth compared to places like Melbourne
  6. Thanks so much for the ideas everyone. Congrats to the winners Maria Daniele, Rebecca Lawrence & @sarah5423 on insta you've each won a double pass to Sunday's #sunsetwine - please email foodie@foodiecravings.com.au by 27/1/16 to claim your prize

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