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Monday, 11 January 2016

The Great British Cook Book - Be Part of Something Amazing!

This is the Official Invite for the Great British Cook Book Vol 2

Last year’s book gained the support of some of the finest chefs across the country

The team behind the book are not just looking for Michelin Star, Rosette venues but local restaurants with passion and flare for great food using wonderful local produce where possible

The Great British Cookbook will take you on an unforgettable journey through 200 of the UK’s most prestigious pubs, guest houses, hotels, AA Rosette and Michelin Star restaurants showcasing 200 of the UK’s finest chefs who have created 200 culinary masterpieces using locally sourced produce; for you to cook with your family and friends in your home. If all this wasn’t enough this online cookbook is your very own road map of exceptional places to eat.

All profit from the book sales will be donated to the same charities as last year - Hospitality Action and MacMillan Cancer Support.

All participants receive 2 pages like the pages below with a recipe of either a Starter, Main or Dessert

All of the entries from last year have benefited greatly from the publicity they received by the local and national press which is organised by use and the charities, we also have a community on social media which venues can get involved

Every Restaurant and chef involved receive an official letter from the book and the charities and a certificate of entry.

They will also send out invitations to all involved to the book launch which will be held in London later this year.

Book goes on general sale in the summer of 2016.

Find out more information visit www.thegreatbritishcookbook.co.uk or email Gary Allen for further details.

Closing date for entries and copy no later than 28th of April 2016 (60% of the book is already filled but that still means there is plenty of space for creative chefs to get their own recipes published!)

You can also keep up to date with news from The Great British Cook Book on Facebook and Twitter.

 

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