Are you eligible for the Smoothest Smoothie Competition?

Scottish Schools are being invited to enter the ‘Smoothest Smoothie in Scotland’ competition to celebrate Scottish Food Fortnight 2007.  Competitors will enter their recipe, using produce from around Scotland, to create the ‘Smoothest Smoothie’ which will be judged by some of the nations well known culinary figures.  The final ‘smoothie-off’ will be held at the launch of Scottish Food Fortnight at Scotland’s Countryside Festival at Glamis Castle in Angus.

Scottish Schools are being invited to enter the ‘Smoothest Smoothie in Scotland’ competition to celebrate Scottish Food Fortnight 2007.  Competitors will enter their recipe, using produce from around Scotland, to create the ‘Smoothest Smoothie’ which will be judged by some of the nations well known culinary figures.  The final ‘smoothie-off’ will be held at the launch of Scottish Food Fortnight at Scotland’s Countryside Festival at Glamis Castle in Angus. Entrants must be in teams of two, where the combined age of the team is either Under 30 or Over 30.

Each entry must submit a recipe, within which at least two items in the smoothie must be grown locally.   There will be a range of prizes to win. Scottish Food Fortnight aims to create an awareness of the quality and variety of food and drink on offer in Scotland, and to change the habits of what we eat and where we buy it’. The two-week long event, which is backed by internationally renowned chefs including Gordon Ramsay, Nick Nairn, Martin Wishart and Andrew Fairlie, will run from the 1st September until 16th September 2007.

To participate in the Scottish Food Fortnight ‘Smoothest Smoothie’ in Scotland competition, or to find out more details of events in your area please email.

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Are you eligible for the Smoothest Smoothie Competition?

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