All you have to do for a chance to win, dear readers, is to tell MM about an 'enriching' meal or food experience you've had in as much, or little detail as you like.
The competition will close at midnight on Saturday 17 March and MM will choose the five responses that most tickle her fancy. Those five readers will each receive free entry to the event.
MM is looking forward to reading about your experiences.
It was during a visit to the beautiful countryside outside Da Lat that MM first encountered this most vibrant of fruit. We were lucky enough to come across two local men with motorbikes who made their living by taking people out on the bikes to see outlying villages, waterfalls, Buddhist shrines and other sights.
But by far the most memorable part of the day was a roadside stop beside a gorgeous waterfall, where one of the men spoke quietly about his war-time experiences, all the while carefully cutting up a giant, juicy dragon fruit for us with his pocket knife.
Naturally his story was not a happy one, but ever since that time, eating the fruit inevitably evokes memories of the man's openness and generosity, and a general feeling of admiration and respect for the people of Vietnam.
Taryn, Adrienne and Miss Morag (and their friends) are all looking forward to Enrich.