Thursday, 1 November 2012

Win a Copy of Andy Bates's fabulous ‘Modern Twists on Classic Dishes’


Andy Bates (aka Pie Man) and star of Andy Bates Street Feasts on Food Network, has returned to the streets for a second fabulous and mouth watering series in Andy Bates American Street Feasts.  Andy visits diverse and vibrant food hot spots in the U.S. discovering the tales behind these truly wonderful recipes from the classic hot dog to southern fried quail.  Visit the American Street Feasts page
 where you can catch up on episodes from the second series and try your hand at the fabulous array of recipes.
 
Extremely well known for his wholesome, traditional British street food, Andy brought the inspiration behind these amazing American dishes back to the UK and used that to create his own modern take on classic dishes.

Andy’s delectable first cookbook, ‘Modern Twists on Classic Dishes’ was launched on 31 October 2012 and from 2 November 2012 you can stand a chance to win this beautifully illustrated book full of delicious recipes, simply perfect for every occasion.  To enter the competition, follow the instructions on the the Rafflecopter below.



‘Modern Twists on Classic Dishes’ is available from WH Smith, Waterstones, Amazon and all independent book shops throughout the UK.

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Disclaimer: The Blogger was sent a copy Andy Bates's 'Modern Twists on Classic Dishes' free of charge.  All views are the Bloggers own and completely unbiased.




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22 comments:

  1. I love a traditional steamed steak pudding - served with Brussels sprouts, of course

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  2. Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding and lots of gravey

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  3. toad in the hole

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  4. Roast Beef and all the trimmings

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  5. It has to be good old scottish mince and tatties.

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  6. Shepherds Pie

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  7. Lamb and mint sauce

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  8. Roast Chicken, Yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes and lots of lovely vegetables with a little gravy.

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  9. Yorkshire pudding - I am a yorkshire girl after all!

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  10. Fish and chips with mushy peas....yum

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  11. Bacon and onion pudding :-)

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  12. Any 'school' pudding - treacle sponge, jam roly poly, spotted dick - you get the picture!

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  13. Roast Beef and Yorkies

    @olivia280177

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