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Aching to put up your Christmas tree and bake mince pies? Then make sure you visit Taste of Christmas at ExCeL London on 2-4 December. The event, which celebrates festive food and drink, will host boutique stalls, cookery demonstrations from the likes of Michel Roux Jr and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, baking masterclasses and cheese and wine tasting all weekend.

Also at Taste of Christmas will be Jamie Oliver’s Big Feastival Pop-Up Restaurant. It will host three lunch sittings each day, and serve up Jamie's festive, Mediterranean-inspired food. It’s the perfect spot to stop off after hitting the shops. Diners will be given a two-hour foodie experience of antipasti, hot tapas, slow roasted shoulder of lamb and wine. Jamie Oliver's Dining ticket holders will also gain fast-track entry, a glass of mulled wine and a copy of one of Jamie's cookery books.

Our colleagues over at Emerald Street, our daily email service, have teamed up with Taste of Christmas to offer readers two unmissable ticket offers:

2 Standard tickets for £26, saving £18. To redeem, simply click here or call 0871 230 7132 and quote EMERALD.

Jamie Oliver’s Dining Ticket for £55, saving £20 per person. To redeem, simply click here or call 0871 230 7132 and quote EMERALDJAMIE.

Terms and Conditions: Ticket offer is limited and saving is based on the door price. Booking and transaction fees apply. Calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras. Other ticket types available from tasteofchristmas.com.

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