A few year sago we ran a competition to win Diana's book Gastropubs, last month her latest book Roast Figs Sugar Snow was launched, and once again we have a signed copy to give to one lucky member.
Winter cooking comes with its own unique pleasures. Shutting the door on the rain and snow and gathering around the stove to cook for friends and family brings warmth to your heart as well as your hands.
Diana Henry has spent five years travelling around the chillier parts of Europe and North America and has put together an irresistible collection of cold weather recipes including Roast squash salad, Beef pie with wild mushrooms and claret, Smoked haddock tart, Roast Goose with brandied fig, chestnut and rye stuffing and traditional Glogg wine.
For your chance to win a signed copy of the book you must be a member of the website, simply email your answer to the firstname.lastname@example.org giving a contact number and your address including postcode to allow us to send the book if you win - competition closes noon Tuesday 10th January 2006.
Question: What do the British traditionally call Glogg Wine?
If you are not the lucky winner you can still get your hands on a signed copy of the book and enjoy two courses from the book by reserving a place at Sonny's Restaurant, 94 Church Road, Barnes on Wednesday 25th January 2005. Sonny’s Barnes is hosting a Food Book Club lunch which is open to all. After lunch Diana Henry will take part in a Question & Answer session and book signing.
Tickets cost just £30 and include two courses, coffee and a signed copy of Roast Figs Sugar Snow. To book call 020 8748 0393
October 19, 2005