19 February 2014

Triple Cookbook Giveaway

 

I love shopping!!!

Have I told you that before? Even a grocery shopping trip to my local Tesco. I know I should go in with a list and buy just what is on it, but I get distracted by the homeware and kitchenware and DVDs and clothes and of course cookbooks. Sometimes my purse escapes unscathed, but not always.

I am lucky to be sent cookbooks for review, but there are always some that catch my eye and I do think the prices in Tesco are great. It takes the sting out of the purchase.

So for February I've a triple cookbook giveaway from Tesco. The books are from some of the greats. I know, I know the Mary Berry book is a Christmas one, but lets face it, it comes around every year and I'm sure you'd love to get your mitts on it.

To take part just leave a comment telling me your favourite TV cookery chef and then enter using the rafflecopter box below. The giveaway runs until 30 March 2014 and is open to UK residents.

Good luck everyone!


 
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419 comments:

  1. My Favourite TV Chef is Fast Becoming Gordon Ramsay. I Love the New T.V Series Where He Cooks With His Children.

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  2. There aren't any TV chefs that I dislike actually, but I love Heston for his weirdness, and Marco Pierre White for his genuine ability to help people without swearing!

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  3. James Martin for all the goodies he makes. :)

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  4. Mary Berry - went to the same university as I did... albeit a lot earlier.

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  5. Mary Berry, very down to earth style

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  6. Mary Berry, very down to earth style

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  7. I like Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall :)

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  8. james martin & not just for his food ;)

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  9. I love James Martin! And I also really like Michel Roux Jr.

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  10. Keith Floyd or Fanny Craddock ... but as neither of them are with us any more then Nigel Slater ......

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  11. Nigella... always and forever.

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  12. I like Gordon Ramsay best, he makes me chuckle!

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  13. Mary Berry as her recipes always come out lovely every time k.mayhead@btinternet.com

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  14. Gordon Ramsey!!! i just love how fast he is :)

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  15. James Martin - as his recipes look do-able! But I prefer to Bake usually.

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  16. James Martin as his recipes look doable. I usually bake though, as I am much more comfortable baking.

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  17. Nigel Slater - I like his simple but creative approach, and he creates lots of veggie dishes.

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  18. I love Gordon Ramsay x
    Twitter @tjsi1963

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  19. Jamie Oliver and Mary Berry for her cakes!

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  20. I like Mary Berry for her no fuss style.

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  21. Jamie Oliver - I do love the way he cooks :D

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  22. I love Gordon Ramsay's recipes, Heston's experimental cooking and Nigel Slater's emotional relationship with food :-)

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  23. Always like Mary berry. I use her cake recipes all the time

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  24. Glenn Marvell-JamesThursday, 20 February, 2014

    Hairy Bikers

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  25. I like watching Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall

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  26. I like so many of them but have more of Nigella Lawson's books than any other,so she must be my favourite. I've got books by Gordon Ramsey & Mary Berry,but no Delia yet even though I love her cooking & always watch her when she does a tv series hmmm must rectify that soon

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  27. Mary Berry, her recipes work

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  28. For baking it has to be the legend that is Mary Berry - I love her no nonsense style using well know and usually pantry ingredients. For entertainment and tea time treats is has to be Hugh Fearlessly-eats-it-all. Great programmes

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  29. Carlucio!!! I adore him! His cooking is the best!

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  30. Mary Berry's recipes always work for me. @millizilli

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  31. It's a tough one but it's probably Nigel Slater. Not least because he seems like such a nice man :)

    Jane x

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  32. Sophie Grigson. Wish she was still on the telly. But of the current ones it has to be Nigel Slater.

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  33. I'm torn between Nigella and Mary Berry - Talk about 2 extremes!

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  34. james martin, his recipes are doable

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  35. Love Yotam Ottolenghi - his shows are more than just about food, and his recipes are often vegetarian-friendly

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  36. James Martin - we ate in his restaurant on board Ocean Village and I'm a convert

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  37. nigel slater

    carlahollands@hotmail.com xx

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  38. Juulie Hasson and friends at Everyday Dish TV
    http://www.everydaydish.tv/cooking-show
    and Candice at The Edgy Veg
    http://www.youtube.com/user/stillcurrentstudios/videos?flow=grid&view=0
    Cheers! :)

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  39. Jamie Oliver ... his recipes always work and he seems like he's having a great time!

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  40. Mary Berry, what a woman & chef!

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  41. Jamie Oliver - very grounded!

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  42. The Hairy Bikers and Mary Berry

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  43. I can't help but love the cheeky 'Incredible Spice Men' Tony Singh and Cyrus Todiwala!

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  44. For me it has to be Nigel Slater, I love his naturalness and his food :-)

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  45. Danielle StevensonTuesday, 25 February, 2014

    Mary Berry is my favourite - everything she makes looks like a piece of art! Mine never quite turn out the same ...

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  46. i don't think i have a particular favourite! i do like nigel slater tho

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  47. Jamie oliver. nice simple, tasty food!

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  48. Leave a comment telling me who your favourite TV chef is
    Easy Peasy - Gino D'ACampo - my favourite ltalian dish too!!!

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  49. its hard a toss up betweens ainsley harriott or james martin

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  50. I have a few - I love the Hairy Bikers, Hugh FW and of course the legend that is Mary Berry! x

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  51. I think my favourite is James Martin

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  52. Another Nigella fan here

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  53. Gordon Ramsey, good cook and makes me laugh x

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  54. Michelle Roux

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  55. Jamie Oliver
    (kim neville)

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  56. Jamie oliver - fun, great chef and has given a lot back

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  57. jamie oliver as he's cheeky and fun

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  58. The Hairy Bikers they are more down to earth posted by Pauline simpson

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  59. Mary Berry = she seems so pleasant

    Kathy D

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  60. Has to be Gordon Ramsey, entertaining as well as a great chef, you get so much more than a cookery show with him and the food is great too!

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  61. Valerie MyburghSunday, 02 March, 2014

    Jamie Oliver

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  62. The Hairy Bikers are awesome.

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  63. Nigella Lawson. I love her sweet and salty chocolate bites so much
    Amanda Deacon

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  64. It's got to be Nigella Lawson - I"m mesmerised by her calm and capable cooking, and also I get the feeling she genuinely likes her food - both healthy and treat foods!

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  65. Mary Berry

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  66. My favourite is Nigel Slater. Nothing showbizzy or flashy about him and he produces easy to make, delicious recipes.

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  67. i like delia as she is like a good home economics teacher easy to follow and to the point

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  68. James Martin

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  69. Nigel Slater is great. Simple ideas and easy to make.

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  70. James Martin - His recipes are just down to earth and easy to do any day of the week

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  71. Nigella, shes like the no nonsense Mary Poppins of cooking!

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  72. Nigel Slater, lovely simple food

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  73. Nigel Slater

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  74. Gino D'Acampo

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  75. Delia Smith for me

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  76. Mary Berry
    from samantha price

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  77. Rachael BarnardMonday, 03 March, 2014

    Nigel Slater

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  78. Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall - a good cook, interesting and ethical.

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  79. Has to be Mary Berry.

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  80. Rebecca GransdenMonday, 03 March, 2014

    Jamie Oliver annoyed me in his 'yoof' but has completely won me over. Love his campaigning and his cooking style is tasty and inclusive.

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  81. Rebecca SaundersMonday, 03 March, 2014

    Nigella Lawson

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  82. Gordon Ramsey!

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  83. Nigella Lawson - Catherine Newton

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  84. Rick Stein, a very inspirational chef :-)

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  85. I love both Gordon Ramsey and Nigella Lawson. Both have great personalities as well as being fantastic cooks!!

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