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April 2nd, 2015

Win tickets to my Anthropologie London events (giveaway closed)

Rachel Khoo's Kitchen Notebook pasta

Photo thanks to David Loftus

I’m a big fan of Anthropologie, so I was really excited when I found out they wanted to do some events with me to celebrate the launch of my new book Rachel Khoo’s Kitchen Notebook (I’ve previously done events with them in the US!).

I’ll be doing two events this month, the details are:

o Anthropologie, Guildford – Tuesday 14th April 2015 (6.30PM-8.30PM).

o Anthropologie, Richmond – Thursday 16th April 2015 (6.30PM-8.30PM).

Tickets are available for both events, but there’s only a limited number available so make sure you get in there quick. Tickets cost £10 and you’ll be able to use this towards paying for a copy of the book, which you’ll be able to get signed later in the evening. Read more about the event and order your tickets over on Anthropologie’s website.

Giveaway alert – Thanks to the lovely people at Anthropologie, I’ve got a pair of tickets to giveaway for each event. All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning is tell me what your most memorable eating/drinking experience is and why.

You can take part by leaving a comment below, post on Instagram (@rachelkhooks) or Facebook (@rkhooks), or send me a tweet (@rkhooks) – just remember to tag me and use the hashtag #rkkngiveaway if you’re using social media. The competition will close next Wednesday – good luck! 

Small print 

The competition will close on Wednesday 8th April 2015, any entries submitted after this will not be valid.

The prize is for one winner plus a guest.

The winners will be chosen at random, if you do not respond in the time given, a new winner will be selected. 

Please include a valid email address (if leaving a comment), as you will be contacted via email or social media if you win.

You must be able to travel to the venue independently – your travel costs will not be covered.

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18 thoughts on “Win tickets to my Anthropologie London events (giveaway closed)

  1. It has to be the great English fish and chips.I took my girlfriend to Cornwall for the weekend and over fish and chips I asked her to marry me.She said YES.We have two children now and it was the the best meal I have ever had.Give me cod and chips any day.

  2. Good glorious food. Most memorable for me was mums birthday a couple of years ago. I’d already surprised her with Hampton Court Flower Show tickets and then I took her to a tiny French restaurant in Hampton court which transported us to France. The owner welcomed us as part of the family. The French onion soup and the fish bisque…..OMG! My mouth is watering now. Part way through the dinner the owners mum sat on a chair and played the accordion. Best meal and experience.

  3. Just saw first one of Notebook last night in Auz. Loved it of course. It’s my way of travelling. On ya Rach. My most memorable “meal” was one christmas day having done a semi-difficult bush walk sitting on a log where I imagined a wombat snoozing tucking into fruit-packed christmas cake accompanied by fresh peaches. Cheers Denise

  4. When I was a kid we went on holiday to Tirol. When we were playing the host gave us so warm pastry filled with sauerkraut. I still dont know what it is or how to make it but I still have the warm bittet saukrat taste in my mouth.

  5. my husband and I were touring with some food and wine lovers in France.
    We had lunch at Troisgros that started at 1130am,we closed down the restaurant at 330, drove to George Blanc for dinner and had the frog legs, unlimited, and of course wine with every course.
    The next day no one wanted more food. Just croissant and coffee.We were foundered on unbelievably great food!
    Still have the menus….best food trip ever.

  6. My most memorable meal: the swedish “Västerbotten Pie” with fish roe that I served to my friends and relatives last summer at my country house in Sweden before going back to my teaching job in London for yet another year!

  7. Love your show and your books. Your recipes always work and are delicious. I have been trying to make creme brûlée and have had success but I would love your recommendation for ramekins. What kind and where can I purchase them. I live in Florida and would have to purchase online. Thanking you in advance if you respond.

    1. Hi Gail, it depends what you’re after really. If you’re looking for some that’ll last for ages then you can never go wrong with Le Creuset’s stuff!

  8. My most memorable meal was our wedding night 13 years ago this November, my husband and I married in Vegas just the two of us and the photographer was our witness anyway….we married on thansgiving day and sat opposite the Bellagio fountains with the enchantment of the music and fountains at night just across the road and a full and our 1st Thansgiving dinner, a first time for oysters of which hubby couldn’t swallow and I wasn’t keen on, beautiful pumpkin soup, a thansgiving roast and no room for dessert! A beautiful evening of which we hope to one day be able to do again but for now the memorys of the champagne, food and each others company,see us through!

  9. Rachel, I’d love to meet you in London.
    It might sound funny, but it is easier for me to meet you in London than in Berlin.

    Greetings from Cologne
    Annika

  10. My most memorable eating experience was when my now fiancé first cooked for me. It was an amazing array of food and wine and now 3 years, one baby later, cooking together (and watching your show!) is what keeps us centered! We are getting married the day before your Guildford meet and will be in London for our minimoon so I cannot think of any way better than spending our first day married meeting someone who we both admire! 🙂

  11. My most memorable eating experience was heading out with fishermen on Sweden’s west coast. Adrian, weather-worn and perma-smiled, dived from the ship and hand picked oysters from the seabed, oysters older than me! We then chugged to a private island and ate them, each metallic mouthful a taste of the sea!

  12. Hi Rachel – I’d love to see you in Richmond.
    My most memorable eating experience was at the Fat Duck for my birthday a few years ago. Indulgent. Ridiculous. Once in a life time experience.

  13. There’s so many memorable eating experiences that I want to share with the world but I would say the one that puts the icing on the cake 😉 would be getting lost in Chatuchak Market, Bangkok while having all kinds of street food flavour explosions in my mouth especially the mango spicy salad!

  14. I have recently returned from Cornwall and had an amazing sharing platter at Rick Steins, it was amazing, the fish was so tasty and full of flavour and wonderful oysters. A truly wonderful meal

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