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REPRO FREE: 01/06/2016 Ryan Brophy (age 3) from Dublin pictured exploring the Chef garden with creator, 21 year old Sofi Dosa, the youngest ever garden designer to compete at Bloom in the Park. Her saucy design, entitled ‘Blurred Lines’, contains a beautiful living wall of tomato plants – the key ingredient in Chef Tomato Ketchup.
The garden is using locally sourced Irish-only materials such as Kilkenny limestone and a variety of Wicklow planting – tying in with the fact that Chef Ketchup is made in Cabra, Dublin, just down the road from the Phoenix Park. Sofi’s garden also includes a fire pit and a seating area for 10 people, making it perfect for a saucy summer barbecue!
Anyone visiting Bloom this weekend is invited to visit the ‘Chef Summer Shake-Up’ stand where barbeque pods will be treating visitors to a range of flavoursome barbeque food – so they can experience first-hand why Chef Tomato Ketchup really does make tasty tastier!
A host of cooking demonstrations will also take place, with experienced and entertaining chefs offering top tips and hints on how to create the best barbeque possible. There will also be a DJ and a selection of large scale games including Connect 4 and Chef Bowling to ensure lots of family fun. Picture Andres Poveda
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Catherine Quinn / Niall McHugh
Tel: 01 5225200 / 086 8632182 (CQ)