An evening with Nadia Lim

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  • Come along to the Pukekohe Indian Hall for the rare opportunity to hear Nadia Lim, winner of MasterChef NZ 2011 and head chef of My Food Bag inspire you with the story of her journey so far, from a 12 year old watching Jamie Oliver to a successful businesswoman and mum.

    At the end of her talk Nadia will have a Q & A session and then Nadia will be signing some of her cookbooks for you.
    Since winning MasterChef NZ in 2011, the chef and dietician has written six best-selling cookbooks, launched My Food Bag, Bargain Box, Fresh Start and been a MasterChef NZ and My Kitchen Rules judge. Nadia is also the inspiration behind NADIA magazine.
    She has hosted her own cooking show (on the Asian Food Channel), worked as an ambassador for ingredients as diverse as New Zealand avocados and Regal Salmon, and promoted New Zealand food around the world.

    So get together a group of friends and come along, there will be door prizes and giveaways to be won on the night !!
    Doors open 6.45pm
    Nadia on stage 7.30pm

    Tickets $39.99
    Tickets available at:
    Footloose Shoes, Pukekohe (Cash only)
    Vanilla Homewares , Waiuku (Cash only)
    Online tickets – iTICKET
    Limited Tickets available
    Door Sales dependent on tickets sold prior
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