Win The Newcastle Cookbook

Newcastle gets it’s own cook book, and you can win it.

The Newcastle Cook Book is a new release this month from Meze Publishing – part of their regional series of recipes from chefs and restaurants from the titular city. There’s Nottingham, Sheffield, Cambridge, among others and now, the toon. Love the cover!

the newcastle cook book

It’s £14.95 RRP available from all of the restaurants featured within, and fans of the city will love it for the coffee table – there’s some lovely double page spread photography, and the foreword from a certain Peace & Loaf chef tells a wider story of eating in NCL in 2016:

“Newcastle has improved immensely in the last five years when it comes to the quality of food”

Dave Coulson, Owner and head chef at Peace & Loaf

It’s amazing when you think how much has changed in the past five. Dave’s also contributed his own recipe – the Iberico pork with squid ink is pretty much par for the book – it’s an smart looking dish but one that’s easily achievable.

In the book you’ve got a real mix of places – River Beat, The Brownie Bar, Panis, a good six pages on the Grainger Market, Adrianos, and a good handful of others all feature some spiel about their establishment as well as a relevant recipe. There’s also some odd choices – I don’t know where Haswell’s Homer Hill Farm Shop or The Boatyard Kitchen come into it, but it’s nice to see some places features that aren’t from your typical targets – we’ve all seen 21 Hospitality Group, Ladhar Leisure, Apartment Group etc. etc. done to death in the very similar Relish series.

river beat curry recipe

Win The Newcastle Cook Book

To celebrate the release of The Newcastle Cook Book, I’m giving away a copy 🎁.

To enter, just retweet the following tweet and make sure you’re following the guys over at @newcastle_cookb

A winner will be randomly selected after the closing date Tuesday 5th April at 8PM.

Update: CLOSED and the winner is… @katie_deacon!

Good luck!


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