HERE’S your chance to improve your dairy cookery with The Galloway Gazette by winning one of six books on the subject.
HERE’S your chance to improve your dairy cooking with The Galloway Gazette by winning one of six books on the subject.
Three copies of each of The Dairy Book of Home Cookery and Dairy Dairy are up for grabs, so six lucky readers will grab a copy for nothing.
Culinary trends – and celebrity chefs – come and go, but The Dairy Book of Home Cookery remains the first choice for millions of cooks, and deserves a place in every kitchen. Loved by millions of cooks and now brought right up to date for 2012 with extensive cooks information, plus 18 chapters from soups to desserts, including baking and confectionery, this is the perfect reference for both novice and experienced cooks.
Or The Dairy Diary Set, including a handbag-sized pocket diary, pen, notepad, page markers and stickers, is also up for grabs. You can highlight important dates with the page-markers in a choice of easy-to-spot colours. Contains: Dairy Diary with events stickers; page markers in five colours; sticky notes; notepad; designer pen and pocket Dairy Diary.
So to win one of these six copies, simply answer this question: when milk settles, what rises to the top? Send your answer, name, address and a contact telephone number to email@example.com, putting Dairy competition in the subject line, or post it to The Galloway Gazette, 71 Victoria Street, Newton Stewart, DG8 6NL, marking it for Dairy competition. The usual competition rules apply and the editor’s decision is final.
Last week we offered readers the chance to win one of five pairs of tickets to the fabulous Country Living Christmas Fair at the SECC in Glasgow from November 17-20.
The five lucky winners are: Margaret Cantlie, of Minnigaff; Kathleen McWhirter, of Glenluce; Anne Richards, from the Isle of Whithorn; Nancy McCornick, from Whauphill; and Anna Campion, from Monreith. Congratulations to all the winners.