Yorkshire Chef’s Cook Book Photography !!! Competition !!!

I was recently asked by the Leeds Guide to help out on a cookbook project they were working on. Along with the most excellent Tom Arber I set about the task of visiting many many restaurants and pubs in the Yorkshire area in search of some most excellent food. The Yorkshire Chef’s Cook Book is out now all over the Yorkshire region, and as someone who can tell you with first hand experience I can tell you there are some pretty tasty recipes in there!

A particular favourite was this dish from The Butchers Arms in Hepworth. I won’t even attempt to describe it. Take the trip up there, it’s well worth the visit!

But what’s that you say? You don’t live in Yorkshire? Can’t afford the measly £3.99 cover price? Well have no fear as the good chaps down at the Leeds Guide have given me two copies to give away to the readers of my blog. All you need to do is send me an email with your name on telling me why you’d like the book and my favourite two entries will be sent a copy of the book in the post. You have 2 weeks to enter, so get the thinking caps on…


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