In Gianduja Heaven With Bonieri | Giveaway

Every once in a while, I encounter a food or drink product that is so damn good it makes me giggle with delight.

Bonieri is one such brand, which I first encountered at The Chocolate Show last October. Launched in 2013, Bonieri was founded by Amber Rust to bring chocolates and other sweet specialities originating in Italy’s Piedmont region to UK consumers. She fell in love with these products while living and working in Turin many years ago and wanted Brits to have access to the superb quality chocolates made by master chocolatiers of the region.

Today you can buy Bonieri in both Selfridges and Harrods, as well as via their website.

At the heart of their range is the ‘Tonda Gentile delle Langhe’ hazelnut grown in Piedmont, which features in Bonieri’s traditional gianduja products. The local story goes that gianduja was first invented in Turin during Napoleonic times, when cocoa (imported from South America) was expensive and scarce. Local chocolatiers looking to stretch the precious cocoa further combined cocoa and sugar with roasted and ground hazelnuts, and the resulting spread quickly became very popular. The individual chocolates, known as gianduiotti, were created a few decades later.

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Products include the cuboid Cremini – a layer of pure hazelnut cream sandwiched by two of gianduja cream – and traditional gianduiotti. The intensity of hazelnut flavour in both of these products is utterly amazing, and the texture of the pralines is wonderfully silky too. Bonieri also make praline-style chocolates featuring pistachio and coffee flavours, which I adore. Unsurprisingly, the Cremini praline was recognised with a Gold in last year’s Great Taste Awards.

Probably the biggest surprise in the parcel of samples Bonieri sent me (since I hadn’t already tasted it at The Chocolate Show) was their chocolate-covered nougat which, hand on heart, is the tastiest I’ve ever had. I’ve since learned that the nougat (known in Italy as ‘torrone’) is worked by hand rather than a machine and is made using fresh egg whites, those delicious Piedmont hazelnuts and a clear honey from the local area, known as ‘millefiori’. The nougat is steamed for several hours, shaped by hand into moulds, then cut and left to cool before it’s coated in high quality dark chocolate. It has a wonderful almost-crunchy texture but still the chew you’d expect from nougat and the flavour is utterly wonderful.

Another one to try is Bonieri’s Gianduja Spread, which goes in Italy by the wonderful term gianduja spalmabile! It’s miles beyond that high street brand and well deserving of it’s Great Taste Awards gold star. A generous dollop in hot milk makes a decadent hot chocolate or just eat it with a spoon straight from the jar!

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GIVEAWAY

Bonieri are giving away a wonderful prize to one lucky reader of Kavey Eats.

  • A bag of Chocolate Hazelnut Nougat (250 grams, £14.95)
  • The Bella Box Gianduja (250 grams, £23.95)
  • A jar of Gianduja Spread (200 grams, £9.95)

The prize includes free delivery in the UK.

Entry to the giveaway is via Rafflecopter and we’ve provided lots of ways to gain extra entries and increase your chances of winning!

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DISCOUNT CODE

And if you don’t win (or if you’re feeling greedy for great gianduja right now) Bonieri are offering 20% off to Kavey Eats readers. Enter KAVEY20 on checkout; valid till 31st August 2015.

 

Kavey Eats received review samples from Bonieri.

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178 Comments to "In Gianduja Heaven With Bonieri | Giveaway"

  1. Lisa

    Unfair to post so early when I can’t get to the shops!

    Hazelnut + chocolate is one of my most favourite things. Going to southern Italy in 1978 (I think) the local alimentari had a chocolate spread that they put in breakfast rolls. We’d never had anything like it before, and were constantly asking them what it was until they gave in and told us.

    Our Nutella addiction was born.

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  2. Andrew Lo

    Whenever we go on holiday to Hong Kong, where my dad comes from, we always have to visit the bakeries because there is nothing better than having a warm egg custard tart for next to nothing and you just cannot make it the same or find it here in the UK.

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  3. kaveyeats

    Not even a UK holiday? It doesn’t have to be abroad. I remember the first time we went cockle collecting on a UK beach holiday.

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  4. Pearl Davison

    The best chocolate cake in the world at the Fontanella up on the Mdina ramparts overlooking the Island of Malta in the sunshine.

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  5. Bethany Raphel

    I went to Byron burgers when on holiday to London and it was honestly the most amazing burger I’ve ever had!

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  6. Tania Atfield

    When my aunt was showing me Athens some years ago and took us to her Greek friend who cooked us yuvetsi- was the most delicious food I’d had that holiday.

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  7. Paula Readings

    When we were on our way back from The grand Canyon, we stopped at a little place in Arizona & had the best steaks we have ever eaten!

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  8. Steven Appleton

    I’ll always remember my first taste of Tzatziki on my first foreign holiday in Santorini, divine.

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  9. kaveyeats

    No melting ice lollies on a beach holiday or cockles from a shack or picnic out in the country?

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  10. Suelle

    Last year in Hiroshima, in Japan, we went into a tiny tempura bar, because they had a English menu in the window. There were only 5 seats at the counter and three were taken by local people who were obviously well known to the proprietor/chef. One old man spoke a little English, and he taught us the right way to use the condiments, identified the various fish we were eating, insisted we try some of his saki, and helped the chef and the other customers (two young women) talk to us. The meal was excellent, but such close interaction with the local people made the whole evening really special and memorable.

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  11. Miss Tracy Hanson

    Know this is going to sound silly, but we ate at a Safari Park last year (and going again this year) and we were overlooking the paddock where the giraffes and rhinos and reindeer (at the bottom) were. It was such an amazing view and the giraffes were so close you could almost touch them. Like a dream come true. The food was lovely too, but the view was even better.

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  12. Emma sturrock

    in Florida did so much eating hehe all you can eat buffets
    So much choice and had to try it all lol

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  13. Tracy Nixon

    I used to work as a holiday rep and whilst working on the island of Corfu Whilst I was there, I started dating one of our hotel barmen, whose mum was one of the chefs. We all got on very well and so I was often invited over to their home for dinner. On the first eening she made a homemae mousakka and it was absolutely gorgeous! She had spend hours making it and she had followed a traditional Greek recipe passed down through her family. Out of all the mousakkas I have tried since, in both restaurants an my own attempts, none have tasted as nice!

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  14. Karen Richards

    Going for a day trip on the Northern Belle and tasting things I hadn’t tasted before. Smoked salmon, caveat, sushi( didn’t like this by the way). Thoroughly enjoyed.

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  15. Kaci Soderstrom

    Going to Scotland with my partner and we had a syrup sponge pudding for dessert and it was divine. I think I actually made audible approval in the form of embarrassing moans in the middle of the pub restaurant.

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  16. Susan Hunt

    The best meal we had was on Cunards QE11.It was 6 am as we sailed into New York in the 1990s in the Queen Grill Restaurant that cost most of the family savings.

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  17. Beverley Cousins

    It has to be a chocolate knickerblocker glory filled with sweets at the bottom and swirls of chocolate cream ontop.Mmmmm..Had these good days when on holiday in Westward Ho,North devon.

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  18. Rosie Dunningham

    Trying Lindt lindors for the first time at Christmas when I was little! They have remained to be my absolute favourite chocolate of all time ever since xx

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  19. Sarah Fawcett

    Not a holiday, but a business trip so hope it still counts…….. I used to visit a town called Sandefjord in Norway and there was a tiny restaurant, can’t have been more than 20 covers, run by a husband and wife time, the food was amazing and the lady’s wine knowledge was spectacular and following her recommendation, so began my love of dessert wine!

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  20. Jaelin Farrow

    At Johannesburg in South Africa this year, the food is amazing there! Everything I ate was divine 🙂

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  21. Lorna Kennedy

    A taverna in Plat south of Dubrovnik – our honeymoon – crashing waves, sunset and great steak – happy memories 🙂

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  22. Elizabeth Doody

    Sadly nowhere exotic but a friend took me to a Mezza Restaurant in St Albans and it would truly amazing, I experienced Calamari for the first time and it was to die for!

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  23. caroline walliss

    Travelling up the west coast of france eating lots of oysters and mussels.x

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  24. Karin Mortensen

    Having the most delicious rare kangaroo steak in a lovely restaurant in Australia – Ill never forget the tenderness of the meat 🙂

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  25. Heather Haigh

    A beach BBQ in Gran Canaria – just a fabulous atmosphere and good food

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  26. Melissa Manning

    I had traditional lamb tagine in Morocco under a large canopy while we were entertained by belly dancers and musicians. That was pretty memorable 🙂

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  27. Sarah-Jane Laycock

    The Character Breakfast at Disneyland – it was really like being part of a fairytale as the characters were so authentic!

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  28. justine meyer

    On a night cruise in Singapore eating all the local delicacies quite a few years ago

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  29. Penny H

    My first holiday to Paris under my own steam. We were so hard up we could only afford bread and cheese so everyday we bought fresh baguettes and Brie. It was perfect though!

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  30. Bob Clark

    A devon cream tea at a little tearoom near the beach – with a big pot of tea – perfect

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  31. Angela Kelly

    Eating anywhere in Paris is an amazing experience but I would walk back there for the bread.

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  32. Sarah Pybus

    Definitely a long weekend in Paris trying out lots of cafes and Bakeries was amazing 🙂

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  33. Tracy Newton

    I have traveled and ate some great food. But the most memorable meal for me was having a crepe with Nutella and banana. I bought it from a stall just under the Eifle Tower. It was perfect

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  34. winnie

    my best memory was to eat pasta the first time in italy – best food in the world

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  35. Kenny Crawford

    Freshly caught sardines grilled over a beach barbeque in Greece, many years ago.

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  36. Fiona K

    Having Champagne Afternoon Tea at Grosvenor House, London – absolutely amazing experience, lovely little cakes with live piano music to entertain us

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  37. Joshua Normanton

    Definitely the first time I tried poutine when I was in Toronto. Hopefully get to try it again when I go back next year.

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  38. sue hodges

    eating fish and chips,out of their wrapper, whilst at the seaside – somehow they always taste better than at home

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  39. Lisa Evans

    The first time I ever tasted sushi in Los Angeles many years ago, I’ve been addicted to it ever since!!!

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  40. Anthony Harrington

    not terribly exciting, but my Wife adored Ski pineapple yoghurts, for some reason they stopped selling them here. so she was thrilled to discover them on sale in Spain, much to the amusement of the locals we went and bought all they had every day!

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  41. Su Tyler

    HAs to be when we ordered breakfast in bed on our last day in Jamaica. They turned up with a tray so big they had to come in sideways. Lots of fresh fruit, cereals, johnny cakes, juices and they remembered that I liked double bag tea and hubby a pot of coffee.

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  42. Kim M

    Not very healthy but a proper Scottish breakfast cooked by my Grandma when I was little. A lovely memory as we didn’t see them very often living in England.

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  43. Greg K

    Freshly caught fish on the edge of the harbour wall watching the sunset on Santorini!

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  44. Sarah-Jane

    So many good food memories but my single best holiday food memory was this amazing veggie burger with all the trimmings you could imagine that I got from a random burger joint found whilst wandering lost in Auckland, New Zealand!

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  45. Ruth Thomas

    My favourite kind of competition!
    Pad thai from Bangkok
    Sauvignon Blanc from NZ

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  46. Janet Humphrey

    Fresh fish overlooking the Sydney Harbour bridge in Australia. Made it nicer because it was my 25th birthday.

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  47. Julia G

    Eating freshly caught panfried Herring in oatmeal on an island off the West coast of Scotland – mouth-watering!

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  48. Kim Neville

    The dim sum and green Thai curry was out of this world when we went to Dubai.

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  49. Sarah N

    Eating breakfast on the beach on my first day in Hawaii. So much fresh exotic fruit it was gorgeous, then there was loads of eggs and bacon afterwards. Heavenly!

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  50. Alica

    There is a little dessert shop in Blackpool, hidden round the back streets that do the most amazing cakes and ice creams EVER!! We always go there if we go to Blackpool. Their chocolate eclairs are a foot long!!!!

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  51. Gill Bland

    I know it’s really simple, but as kids we used to go to french campsites and they’d always have the most amazing woodfired takeaway pizza places in them. They’d also let you take a saucepan down and they’d fill it up with chips. The smell of them after a long day out playing in the french countryside was incredible and I made many young friends over the chip-run.

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  52. Eleanor Barley

    Definitely when I had a charlie and the chocolate factory inspired afternoon tea in London, it was absolutely amazing!

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  53. leanne weir

    I’ll always remember my first taste of devon clotted cream – mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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  54. Ali Thorpe

    Eating grilled sea bass a and these strange but nice fried cucumbers on a holiday stays with me as it was so delicious!

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  55. kim plant

    I tried bufferlo burger in spain but tbh I didn’t enjoy it and that prob it :O need more I think x

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  56. Tammy Tudor

    eating at a restaurant in spain – marbella orange square and trying tapas for the first time! I fell in love with chicken croquettes!

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  57. Emma Nixon

    When we went to the South OfFrance. Lots of lovely cake shops. Bliss!

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  58. Ruth Harwood

    We had some Pizza in Rome, and other than that we enjoyed Moroccan food too xx

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  59. Frances Heaton

    We enjoy going to North Wales for family holidays, and the hotel serves such magical foods. From plain traditional to exotic delicacies, the food is hard to beat.

    When on holiday, we take our time over eating and make it into a real social occasion.

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  60. Emily Knight

    Introducing my boyfriend to my favourite restaurant in Kyrenia, Northern Cyprus last summer – Niazi’s is known for its “full kebab” – which starts with various mezze, followed by various meats cooked on a charcoal grill and finishes with a choice of desserts from their dessert cabinet – he was in food heaven!

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  61. Choclette

    Love proper Italian gianduja, not that I’ve had it very often. I have many fabulous food memories, but one that stands out was bagels, cream cheese and jam in New York City when I was 12 years old – what a treat and a revelation.

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  62. Kait St.

    Just before my graduation from Uni I went on holiday with my partner and had the most amazing dark chocolate from an chocolatier in Paris. Just amazing.

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  63. Laura Pritchard

    I will always remember eating Po’Boys & Beignets in New Orleans – a true taste of the Deep South.

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  64. aaron broad

    Eating Shire Carvery at my grandad’s 80th is the best memory I have with food, good food and had all the family there

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  65. Holly Gibson

    Trying REAL Turkish delight from a market in turkey, all washed down with hot apple tea

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  66. Louise Comb

    For me, the most magical holiday dining experience was in Florida at “The Red Lobster”. It was the most amazing seafood buffet, I’ve ever seen in my life. You could eat as much as you liked, and go up as many times as you liked. The only rule was that you could only take one lobster at a time 😀

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  67. Victoria N

    Thai currys, freshly made in Northern Thai markets. So fresh and delicious, made immediately before you.

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  68. gemma brown

    when i was 18 my best friend and i went on our first girly week away in cornwall. we ate chips and curry sauce every night. so naughty , but so good

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  69. Maria Molly Taylor

    I went to Mexico back in 1995 and the food at the hotel was magnificent, all the dishes were laid out on long tables and you could help yourself to as much as you wanted. There was one dish called Chicken Mole and I thought Eeeek poor little mole! It was only back in the UK that we found out that it didnt contain mole but it was chicken in a spicy chocolate sauce. Argggghhh if only I had known I would have loved to try it

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  70. Laura Kilby

    On holiday in Bermuda, we found an amazing seafood restaurant where I had Angels on Horseback – oysters grilled in bacon with cheese. I don’t think I’ve ever eaten anything nicer! 🙂

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  71. Rhi P

    Any meal shared with someone special <3
    Great company always improves good food! (And sometimes naf food to be honest)

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  72. Lynsey Buchanan

    I had Baked Crespelle at Jamie Italian the other week my new favourite thing to eat was my first trying a Crespelle

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  73. Kathleen Bell

    This will sound mad, but when I went to Disneyland when I was younger I had a 2ft hotdog, with melted cheese, and it was the most beautiful thing I’ve ever eaten! I still remember that hotdog, probably more than Disneyland, hehe. It was nothing fancy, nothing special, but I really loved it.

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  74. Michelle Banks

    i know its nothing fancy, but i had fish and chips at the tower of london with the yeoman of the guard after watching the ceremony of the keys. was the most magical, sureal moment in my life x

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  75. Sarah Rees

    My fav foodie experience was in Dubai. We had giant king prawns, a delicious thick juicy steak (not like we get here – so thick) followed by the best chocolate cake I have ever tasted

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  76. Megan Kinsey

    Eating fresh seafood (lobsters, crab) in the Philippines. So fresh I watched the divers catch it! We used beautiful white shells as plates

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  77. Sarah Wyatt

    Eating amazing curries on an idyllic island in the Maldives on our honeymoon.

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  78. Jane Willis

    Oh goodness, since food is such an important part of every holiday we take, how can I choose a favourite? The beautiful Turkish breakfasts in a lovely hotel we’ve visited several times? The modern take on traditional Austrian food at Osterreicher Im MAK in Vienna? Street food at sunset by a beach in Penang? Hokey Pokey ice cream at a roadside hut in New Zealand? Indian fine dining at the wonderful Rajvilas in Jaipur? No, I think I too have to say I don’t have a favourite, because I loved them all – and hundreds more.

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  79. Sandra Clarke

    Eating spaghetti in Venice by the Rialto Bridge. Not tasted spaghetti like that since.

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  80. Isabell Whitenstall

    We were in Singapore and my husband, son and his wife were ordering breakfast of a rice dish, I was a bit unsure but when I got my portion is was tasty if a bit unusual for me to as the first meal of the day

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  81. Hazel Rea

    My favourite dining experience was on our honeymoon. We were having dinner in a candlelight Great Hall – the food was divine and the setting was perfect.

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  82. Tamsin Dean

    went on holiday to florida last year and found two fantastic resturants in the most unlikeliest of places, we tried a few other but went back to those mainly

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  83. Emma Birley

    A group of us went to Orlando, Florida in 2003 and there was the most amazing ice cream shop! I can’t (annoyingly) remember the name of it, but it was right next to the FAO Schwartz toy store that was there at the time. It honestly had the best cookie ice cream, and they were huge too! You know they’re good when you remember them from 12 years ago, haha!

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  84. debbie smith

    mines being at morecambe beach and my mam buying me and my brother fried fresh donuts wherever i am to this day when i smell that donut smell im back there with her as a girl xx fab giveaway x

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  85. Carol Mears

    It has to be sitting on the terrace of a clifftop cafe, overlooking a beautiful blue Cornish sea, eating a delicious cream tea.

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  86. Helen Jones

    The breakfasts we ate in Australia in a local cafe in Melbourne -bircher muesli with walnuts delicious

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  87. Stephanie Whitehouse

    We had a beautiful shellfish platter in Brixham, overlooking the harbour. It was huge, and the waitress seemed surprised we finished it all. far too good to waste.

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  88. Sheri Darby

    A wonderful Greek Taverna on Santorini – they suddenly decided to go self service from the kitchen. Wonderful

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  89. Hannah Ingham

    When I was in Ghana, the watermelon was as cheap as chips so we ended up eating it everyday. Now I am addicted to watermelon…

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  90. Ozzy

    I haven’t been on a proper holiday in years but the memory of the food in New Orleans still sticks in my mind. It was ridiculously cheap (an exchange rate of 2:1 to the pound at the time), plentiful (a Po’Boy I had contained as much meat as I usually eat in a week and cost $4.50) and delicous, regardless of venue. A fantastic four course meal in a fine dining restaurant cost the same as a three-course gastropub meal in Cambridge, even with a generous tip. The only disappointment was alligator which was rather tough and bland, despite the spicy soup it was served in.

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  91. Jessica Hutton

    One of my favourite memories was going to thailand and trying all of the street food. It was amazing! The best though was at a crossroads on the side of the road was a man selling pancakes. He made them in a little hole in the ground and put condensed milk on them. Omg they were to die for. We went back every day xx

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  92. david cavender

    the most delicious/mouthwatering juicy steak in america. Never had that experience repeated since.

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  93. Pen Else

    I was in Wales, staying at a hotel with my friend. We had gone for a walk after lunch and managed to get lost (natch) – we ended up walking for about 2 hours longer than intended and reached the hotel again at dinnertime, barely able to walk another step. I have to say, I have never appreciated a glass of (fabulous) red wine and a steak so much in my life! That feeling of moving from the painful to the sublime has stayed with me forever.

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  94. Laura Nice

    Just come back from a cruise around Italy! Oh it was amazing, I’m already saving to go back. Freshly made pasta.

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  95. Mandi Davison

    On honeymoon to Italy..watching the Moto Gp sitting on very prickly grass in ridiculous heat- warm coke and the most delicious homemade lasagne from the local supermarket…it was so good we will be going back for our 10th anniversary!

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  96. Krzysia

    The first time I ever tried lobster, crab and oysters was on holiday in Jersey. I thought I was i heaven 🙂

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  97. Donna Caldwel.

    A little place called Harley’s in Northern Ireland it does amazing burgers

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  98. Kelly Ellen Hirst

    Tapas in Barcelona! I tried so many new things including baby octopus which was divine!

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  99. Harriet Higgs

    Nothing fancy, fish and chips at the seaside in Bournemouth with my daughter

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  100. Emily Hutchinson

    I’ll never forget the first time i had an Indian meal. It was such a unique and wonderful flavour.

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  101. Lora

    I discovered Stornoway black pudding on holiday in Skye (wrong island I know, but you can get it there too) It’s so difficult to get the one I like, I end up buying emergency rations every time I’m up north. The shops must think I’m bonkers.

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  102. Diana

    On our trip to Switzerland mountains we had a best meal ever! Cheese fondue is amazing! 🙂

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  103. Alison MacDonald

    I had as a special treat an 8 course tasting menu in a French michelin starred restaurant in London with my hubby it was amazing I can honestly say it took presentation,crafting and cooking of food to a completely new level for me. I would recommend anyone to do this at least once just to see the difference michelin starred cooking creates 🙂

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  104. Pamela Gossage

    Eating Strawberry ice cream with my husband. On a wooden boat in the middle of the Indian Ocean

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  105. Kelly Smith

    We went to Cyprus last summer and there was a street full of amazing restaurants all serving completely different foods, one of the best things was all the fresh fish that had been caught that day, such fantastic flavours!

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  106. ALLIE CAMPBELL

    With my children eating fish n chips on the seafront at Blackpool – fantastic weekend with great memories.

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  107. Jayne K

    As a teen I was fascinated to see huge thin pizzas made and cooked in front of me in Italy.

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  108. Julia Wulff

    Eating ravioli showered with truffle in Cortona, Tuscany is one of my favourite food holiday memories. I can’t actually remember what was in the ravioli but the liberal use of butter and truffle was delicious.

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  109. Kat Allinson

    Eating a massive platter of seafood with my now husband in Rome when we went to celebrate 1 year being together, it was so lovely and impossible to eat it all!!!

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  110. Kristy Brown

    My first Bienstick! My Schokopapa (my pet name for a lovely old man I worked with) took me for cafe und kuechen as I worked with a lot of Germans on a UK Army camp – it was devine and the best cake I have ever eaten

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  111. Victoria Prince

    Being on holiday in Dorset as a child and sitting on the beach with my parents eating fish and chips (followed by ice cream, naturally) 🙂

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  112. Jamie Millard

    We stayed at the moon palace hotel in cancun mexico. All inclusive – so many restaurants to choose from. One in particular – MoMo, Asian cuisine – was AMAZING! Whether ordering off menu, or siting at the teppanyaki grill with the show cooks demonstrating their skills while cooking you a delicious meal – great experience.

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  113. Susan Lloyd

    The most delicious pizza in a tiny family restaurant in Southern Italy x

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  114. emma kinsey

    loved all the seafood musselsand calamari and fish at tunisia beautiful and fresh

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  115. Milly Y

    My first ever meal on my first ever ‘grown up’ holiday – paella and tapas in a lovely Spanish restaurant in the centre of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter!

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  116. Sara Boothby

    My favourite holiday food was eating Crepes with gelato and nutella in Venice. So yummy

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  117. Ingrid

    A fond memory is eating fresh Mussels with vinegar by the seaside, both in Wales and Norfolk. I no longer eat fish, but the smell of a fish stall will still take me back to the sea.

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  118. Kat Lucas

    Ate a feast in Hawaii with Conrad Hilton & Tony Bennett and the food just kept coming, lobsters, squid, crabs and an amazing array of seafood

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  119. Emma

    My first holiday abroad was a Caribbean cruise and was wonderful. I will always remember it. Gorgeous weather, great food and excellent shore excursions.

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  120. Rennene Hartland

    In turkey eating fish pulled straight from the sea and grilled on a homemade bbq on the beach

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  121. Susan Hoggett

    we saved for years to take our children to florida ,i remember going to a great restaurant and having a great buffett.

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  122. Amy Jo McLellan

    I had a black pepper flavoured ice cream once in London – delicious 🙂

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  123. Helen Gilbert

    Visiting my grandmother in the north east of Scotland and having a large slice of clootie dumpling was a very special treat and even now we still try to copy her recipe but it never tastes as good!

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