Servings of delight at the 2019 GTBank Food & Drink Festival
By Guardian Exclusive
03 May 2019 | 8:09 am
The 2019 GTBank Food & Drink Festival has come and gone. There was a lot to eat and drink, and the masterclasses, featuring some of the most passionate food experts from around the world, lived up to the expectations of thousands of food lovers present at the four-day event. Guardian TV was there to capture it all.
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