Essex village launch new recipe book

PUBLISHED: 15:54 09 September 2010

The collection of recipes has been put down in Littlebury Cooks

The collection of recipes has been put down in Littlebury Cooks

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A NEW cook book full of recipes put together by Littlebury residents goes on sale in the village on Saturday.

A NEW cook book full of recipes put together by Littlebury residents goes on sale in the village on Saturday.

Littlebury village hall committee has spent the last six months compiling Littlebury Cooks! in a bid to raise funds.

The book is a collection of over 120 recipes which have been submitted by the community and offers something for everyone, from a quick ‘Midweek Supper’ to a ‘Perfect Pudding’.

Local artist Lizzie Sanders created a digital painting especially for the cover of the book. A limited number of signed prints of the pictured will be available to purchase on a first come, first served basis.

Chairman of Littlebury village hall committee, Jo Hancock, said: “I would like to thank all the people who have worked so hard to make this cookbook a reality, particularly Lizzie Sanders, Christian van Kooten, Elena Jeremy, our sponsors, the village hall committee and all those who have contributed recipes.

“The book contains a wonderful variety of recipes and I hope those who purchase a copy will enjoy trying new dishes and maybe rediscovering some old favourites.

“Fundraising is an important source of income for the village hall, enabling us to keep it running on a day to day basis, so we do appreciate the support of the local community.”

All are welcome to attend the launch, at the village hall from 4pm to 7pm on Saturday September 11, where there will be the opportunity to sample some of the recipes and enjoy a glass of Bucks Fizz. The book will be sold on the day for a special price of £6.50.

After the launch the book will be on sale at £7.50 from Stalley’s Barn in Littlebury, Saffron Walden Tourist Information Centre, Pritti Ansome, or by calling Jo Hancock on 01799 520469.


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