WIN double passes to attend Better Homes and Gardens LIVE

I’m not normally one to spruik events, especially those that don’t centre around food. I will, however, make an exception this time because when a PR blast regarding the inaugural Better Homes and Gardens LIVE event in Melbourne landed in my inbox, I was intrigued. Essentially at BHG LIVE, the pages of Better Homes and Gardens magazine comes alive with live demonstrations and workshops to entertain, inform and thrill. Whether you’re into DIY, gardening, cooking or all of the above, there is something for everyone, including the kids. I, myself, squealed in delight when I saw that my favourite TV chef, Karen Martini was rocking up to do a few cooking demos herself – I was literally drooling when I saw that she was presenting a demo called “Oodles of Noodles.”

As luck would have it, I won’t be in town for the duration of the festival so I will have to give it a miss *sad face* The good news is that I’ve got a bunch of double passes to give away to my lovely readers. Simply post a comment, by telling me your favourite place(s) in Melbourne to have noodles (any kind), and why. I will accept entries up to Monday 20th February 5pm AEDST as it’ll be the last time I’ll be reading comments/e-mails etc before I fly off to sunny, sticky Cairns. Best answers will score a double pass to the event (RRP $20 each at the door). Simple! If you’re lucky to score a double pass, I will hold you onto two conditions: 1) You must tell me all about it afterwards and 2) Have fun!

What: Better Homes and Gardens Live

When: 24th – 26th February 2012

Where: Royal Exhibition Building, Carlton

For more information, go to:

I eat too much.


  1. Jenny @ Ichigo Shortcake
    February 13, 2012

    Oh shucks! I’m not in Melbourne then either. 🙁

  2. Sophie
    February 14, 2012

    Noodles! I love Pho Dzung City Noodle Shop! Beef brisket pho is so good here.

  3. Binny Hendrix
    February 14, 2012

    SLICED RARE BEEF PHO AT 888 IN BOX HILL. I GO THERE EVERY WEEK. Best pho in Melbourne. To me, anyhow. It may not be the most authentic, but it’s just… TASTY! Not oily like some others I’ve tried. The meat is tender and is of good quality, too 🙂

  4. Helen
    February 18, 2012

    Love the soba noodle salad from Don Don – it’s super fresh and healthy (perfect for summer!), cheap and served up lightning fast 😀

  5. Deb
    February 20, 2012

    One Noodle Friendship, Handmade noodles, dishes are not expensive, fresh and delicious, mmmmm!


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