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NZ and the Wildfoods Festival

Patuney Feb 18, 2010 11:38 AM

My wife and I are spending two weeks in New Zealand in March. I haven't finished working out our itinerary yet, but had a couple questions. Has anyone been to the Wildfoods Festival and is it worth a visit? Is there any food that is so good or so unusual that we should include should consider it in planning our trip?

Thanks in advance for your help.

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    JenNZ Feb 20, 2010 02:22 AM

    I've been to several WildFoods Festivals and they're FANTASTIC. Basically there are so many stalls you'll find something you like, previous memorable things I have tried include fresh milk made kahlua, home made wild pork sausages, testicles/mountain oysters, fried crickets, cow udder, pickled native fern.
    You may have issues in booking accomodation if you wanted to stay for the festival - it tends to get booked out quite early.

    I would definitely suggest coming to the festival if you can make it, its a very kiwi experience and pretty highly rated by a couple of international guides.

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