Facts about the #GTBankFoodDrink Festival 2019!

It’s an another Fact Friday on MyCookery Zone where we bring to you fact finding about anything related to food. The GTBank food and drink Festival 2019! Ended last week but left us with memories that will continue to linger in the hearts of many food enthusiasts.

Check out some of the facts we gathered for your pleasure.

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The GTBank Food and Drink Centres facade was decorated using 45,000 cutlery pieces. In rolls was about 45,000 cutleries in the sequence (spoon, fork and knife) placed around the building of the event an eye-catching edifice for anyone who views from afar and close.

This was disclosed via the GTBank handle.

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The GTBank Food and Drink Festival 2019 was hugely organized, prepared and sought-after by Abiola Akanji (aka. Chef Stone) and his amiable team the Reddish Chronicles made it easy for facilitators to navigate through and saw to the success of each masterclass.

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The Masterclass at the GTBank Food and Drink Festival 2019 took a twist by introducing “Sushi” and “Chocolate” expert to the festival for a feel of newness to lover’s of sushi and chocolate respectively.

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There were more speaker’s at the GTBank Food and Drink Festival 2019 unlike past seasons.

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Patron Chef Raphael Duntoye not only made it back to the GTBank Food and Drink Festival for the fourth time, but also surprised foodies by making nine different dishes during his masterclass.


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