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- Posted:Monday, July 19, 2010
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Reserving a cheap hostel in Edinburgh could be the best way forward to ensure people make the most of the three-day event, which begins on August 13th and finishes on August 15th.
The festival will enable individuals to "taste, buy, experience and learn about the cream of culinary arts" and celebrate "the finest in local, seasonal produce, speciality food and drink, culinary and restaurant talent", according to the organisers.
Booking an Edinburgh hostel near Holyrood Park could be worthwhile for those who would like to be near the event.
Wannabe cooks might like to meet Michelin-starred chefs and people who want to improve their skills can join in at a food and drink masterclass.
Moreover, local produce markets will be at the event to enable individuals to purchase a taste of Scotland by buying some of the local ingredients on offer.
And those with children are also catered for as young chefs of the future will have the chance to hone their skills at the kids workshop.
But workers who are travelling to Edinburgh for a bit of rest and relaxation might just like to indulge in some champagne or the odd cocktail in one of the many bars on the site, as well as sample a few delicacies too.
Those planning a trip to the capital slightly earlier could book a hostel in Edinburgh and try out the jazz and blues festival which begins no July 30th with a small exhibition at Central Library.
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