17 September 2015

Simply Good Food TV Giveaway


I've not had a giveaway for some time, but I do like to give something back to my readers. So here we go. A tasty selection courtesy of Simply Good Food TV.


So who are Simply Good Food TV?



Simply Good Food TV is the world first dedicated mobile app food TV channel. 

The very best of food from all over the world all in one place in just a few clicks. Top quality food programming with chefs such as Jamie Oliver, Gordon Ramsey, Hemsley & Hemsley and many other famous names there is also original TV content from a range of upcoming chefs and TV personalities including Peter Sidwell, Will Torrent, Mich Turner, Jon Fell, Nikki Walsh, Theo Michaels, Carmela Sereno Hayes and our very own Charlotte Pike from Charlotte's Kitchen Diary.



The app has over 600 recipes programmes with an additional 50 being added each month. Download the new Simply Good Food TV app for apple or for android.


What's the prize?

  1. Asolo Prosecco
  2. Pipolo Aglianico de Vulture Red Wine
  3. Vallabona Tomato and Basil Sauce
  4. Vallabona Gourmet Lumaconi
  5. Honey with White Truffle
  6. Quaranta – Italian Nougat
  7. Biscotti
  8. Amano Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  9. Simply Good Family Food Cookbook

How can I enter?

To enter, just leave a comment telling me who your favourite TV chef is and register your entry using the rafflecopter box below. There are some extra options in there too.

This giveaway runs until 31 October 2015 and is open to UK residents aged 18 and over.

Good luck! 

Talking of TV chefs, have you checked out Jamie Oliver's Happiness Pasta from his new cookbook Everyday Superfood (which accompanies the TV programme Jamie's Super Food)?  It's simple but super tasty and I've been given special permission to share the recipe with you. Jamie can also be found on Simply Good Food TV.

 



Disclosure: I'm holding this giveaway on behalf of Simply Food TV, I was not paid to do so and did not recieve this foodie prize.

127 comments:

  1. Brian Turner - I especially enjoyed watching him in 'Taste of Britain' alongside Janet Street-Porter!

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  2. I think it has to be Nigel Slater. Why aren't there any vegetarian chefs I wonder? That would be great.

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  3. I have recently been absolutely loving Rick Stein, his most recent escapades have been wonderful to watch and very inspiring in the kitchen!

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  4. Jamie Oliver as he talks a lot of sense

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  5. David Williams - Nigella for cakes and curves!

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  6. Heston Blumenthal

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  7. The hairy bikers as they are so relatable

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  8. Jamie Oliver

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  9. I really enjoyed watching Lorraine Pascale's baking series. I love Nigel Slater's books, great modern home cooking.

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  10. I like Jamie Oliver, he's a lovely bloke !

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  11. I really like Hugh Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall - although he is a carnivore, he respects nature and does make some wonderful veggie recipes

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  12. Rick Stein, he has such enthusiasm :)

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  13. Such a difficult question! I'll go with Jamie Oliver but Mary Berry, Rick Stein, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Nigella Lawson are all up there!

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  14. I love Nigella Lawson and Eric Lanlard

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  15. I'm a big Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall fan :)

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  16. Tom Kerridge. Love his recipes & he seems like a lovely guy too

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  17. Jamie Oliver - I just got his new superfood cook book too :)

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  18. The man that got me into cooking when I was a child was Ainsley Harriot so I would be tempted to say him BUT if I'm perfectly honest it's Nigella. I could watch her for hours (and do on Food Network at the weekend!)

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  19. Nigel Slater. Although i totally agree with Gemms's comment about Tom Kerridge. :)

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  20. Margaret Clarkson
    Si King

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  21. I love Jamie Oliver because his recipes are amazing and easy to follow, but I also love Gino D'acampo because he's hilarious

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  22. Jamie Oliver as the Naked chef brings back memories.

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  23. Nigella Lawson. True home cooking that we can all do!

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  24. Gordon Ramsey as I love his kitchen nightmares show!

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  25. Tom Kerridge CHERYL HADFIELD

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  26. Tom Kerridge, seems down to earth and makes the recipes look (fairly) easy.

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  27. Has to be Nigella - she gets the need for chocolate : )

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  28. James Martin would be first on my list

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  29. i like gino on this morning, im forever trying to recreate his recipes :)

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  30. Delia Smith. I grew up with both her books and TV shows. I especially remember her on Swap Shop on Saturday mornings. She inspired me to love cooking.

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  31. Love them Hairy Bikers.

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  32. Michel Roux Jn (mmmmmmm!)

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I love reading comments, so thank you for taking the time to leave one. Unfortunately, I'm bombarded with spam, so I've turned on comment moderation. I'll publish your comments as soon as I can and respond to them. Don't panic, they will disappear when you hit publish. Jac x