Kids’ competition to find best tapas recipe during feva

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Carriages is building up to this year’s feva Festival with an offer to children, 12 and under, to submit their favorite tapas dishes. The winner will be invited to come along to Carriages during the Festival for a free tapas meal for them and their family.

Carriages is looking for creative, colourful and tasty tapas dishes to go on its menu during the 10-day Festival from 9 to 18 August. Children are asked to draw a picture or take a photo of their favourite tapas meal, list the ingredients and write basic instructions on how to make it.

Entries are invited before 19 July 2019 and judging will follow. The winning tapas dish will feature on Carriages’ menu during , with the winners and their immediate family being invited to come along to sample their own creations.

Johanna Straker, director of Carriages Wine and Restaurant

We are very pleased to become involved in the popular feva Festival in this way and hope we get plenty of entries,” . “This should be good fun in the weeks leading up to feva and gives an opportunity for youngsters to show their culinary skills.

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Entry forms can be downloaded from Carriages’ website www.carriagesknaresborough.co.uk or picked up from the restaurant, 87-89 High Street, Knaresborough HG4 0HL. Entrants’ name, age, telephone number and email address should be added to the back of the form.

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