12 December 2014

Christmas Giveaway Bonanza #10 - 9 Piece Samurai Knife Set RRP £129.95



For my 10th giveaway I'm offering one lucky reader a 9 piece Samurai Knife set from Buy Catering with a RRP of £129.95.

Buy Catering are an online store mainly for restaurants and cafes, but they are also available for the home cook. You will find some great prices on kitchen and baking basics.

This Samurai knife set is normally £129.95 but on sale at the moment for £69.95. A great gift for any keen cook.

This tripled hardened steel knife set in a presentation case includes:

•Chefs Knife
•Multipurpose Knife
•Bread Knife
•Ham / Salmon Slicer
•Boning Knife
•Paring Knife
•Cleaver
•Sharpening Steel
•Meat Fork


Would you like to win this set?

Leave me a comment telling me who your favourite chef is and enter via the rafflecopter box below (it may take a moment or two to load.

This giveaway is open to UK readers and closes on 30 December 2014.

Good Luck!

443 comments:

  1. Would love to win this. Gorgeous knife set. A few from my set have randomly disappeared. lol

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  2. Clarissa Dickson Wright
    @gavrc

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  3. I don't have a favourite - though if I had to pick one TV cookery icon it would have to be Delia Smith because her book taught me how to cook.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  4. Gordon Ramsay!

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  5. Really in need of some decent knives!

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  6. Nigel Slater imaginitive but not too fancy!

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  7. My favourite is Lorraine Pascal she makes baking easy.

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  8. I like Jamie Oliver because he often does veggie recipes and all his food looks amazing!

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  9. jamie oliver because he more aboout family ! :)

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  10. Jamie Oliver cooks food I want to eat, but Rick Stein is my fave

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  11. I love Jamie but I find myself cooking more of Loraine Pascals recipes at home,

    Katie xoxo

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  12. Francesco Mazzei is such a gentleman, great cook

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  13. My favorite chef to watch is Laura Vitale (on youtube)

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  14. my husband but otherwise its james martin

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  15. My Favourite Chef Is Nigel Slater

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  16. Nigel Slater

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  17. Claire Elizabeth NokeFriday, 12 December, 2014

    Gordon Ramsey :) We have the same temperament and use of the english language! ;) LOL x

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  18. Gordon Ramsey, I love his honesty even though it can be so brutal

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  19. Atul Kochhar , I love his fusion of tastes.

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  20. My mum - I'm going on the premise that the question didnt say which known chef!

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  21. Christine RichardsonSaturday, 13 December, 2014

    James Martin

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  22. there is loads I love but Nigel Slater just for the fab illustrations in his cookbooks

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  23. Favourite chef is Nick Nairn - great Scottish cookery with a twist

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  24. Cas Clarke because my Grandad gave me a book Grub on a Grant when a student and I learnt to cook from that book.

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  25. Jamie Oliver because he makes cooking accessible to all levels. I love his 'good food' ethics too.

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  26. My favourite is Nigel Slater, his recipes look so homely, which is what I like :)

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  27. My favourite chef is my mum. But seeing as you mean celebrity chefs, I will go with Delia Smith.

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  28. It has to be the master of Simple yet Brilliant, Nigel Slater.

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  29. Hugh Fearnley whittingstall especially his cook on the wildside

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  30. I have a soft spot for Jamie Oliver!

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  31. Nadine Abensur, she used to work for Cranks before moving to Australia.

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  32. Nigel Slater - though I can never resist reruns of Fanny Craddock! :)

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  33. Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall, going veggie for a year gave him an insight into vegetarian food which a lot of chefs don't.

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  34. He'd describe himself as a cook not a chef, I think, but Nigel Slater.

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  35. My fav chef is myself

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  36. Jamie Oliver....I love that he is putting more veggie and vegan recipes online!

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  37. Jamie Oliver is top dog!! Does some really simple but good stuff!

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  38. Gordon ramsey
    cory joy
    corwin90@yahoo.co.uk

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  39. James Martin - amric21@yahoo.co.uk

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  40. Gordon Ramsey

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  41. Probably has to be Nigella but I met Eric Lanlard recently and he was lovely!

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  42. Heston, eaten at three of his restaurants. Amazing

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  43. My Late Father

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  44. my late father

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  45. Jamie Oliver as he makes proper food suitable for everyday eating.

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  46. My favourite chef is High Fearnley-Whittingstall

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  47. Heston blumental

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  48. I like Raymond Blanc

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  49. I love Michel Roux Jr. but most of my recipes come from Gordon Ramsay

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  50. Klara Bandi-VargaSunday, 14 December, 2014

    Jamie Oliver

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  51. Heston Blumenthal

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  52. Brian Turner

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  53. Heston Blumenthal, he is truly so inventive

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  54. Jamie Oliver, by far and away the most enjoyable to watch and a genuinely nice guy unlike Mr Ramsay!

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  55. Jamie Oliver for me :)

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  56. nigella lawson she has some fab recipes

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  57. Like a bit of Gordon Ramsey

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  58. Gordon Ramsey

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  59. my favourite chef has to be gordon ramsey. he is awesome :)

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  60. my favourite chef at the moment is my husband, my leg is in pot so relying on him to cook and prepare all my meals and he is wonderful!!

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  61. James Martin

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  62. Heston Blumenthal

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  63. Gordon Ramsey

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  64. Heston Blumenthal

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  65. I'd have to go with Massimo Bottura.

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  66. James Martin

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  67. Jamie Oliver, nice and simple recipies that work out!

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  68. jamie olliver for me

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  69. Gordon Ramsay, love watching him on TV x

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  70. Keith Floyd. The daddy of today's tv chefs.

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  71. I don't have one. Hmm.

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  72. I like Gordon Ramsay as I love watching him turn around failing businesses and seeing the transformations.

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  73. Jamie Oliver :-) (Laura Jeffs)

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  74. Michel Roux Junior, he's so easy to watch and really passionate about food and nothing gimicky with him, it all comes naturally :-)

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  75. Don't really have a favourite celebrity chef, So would have to say my wife when she's cooking the dinner.

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  76. I have always liked Jamie Oliver!!

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  77. Jamie Oliver, he inspires me.

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  78. I like Martin Yan, and I learn Chinese cooking from him by watching his cookng shows.

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  79. Jamie Oliver - Although i do find his chilli obsession a bit irritating at times.

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  80. Gordon Ramsey Done x

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  81. I like Jamie Oliver

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  82. chop, chop, chop...ow my fingers!

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