YOUR CHANCE TO WIN A BOROUGH MARKET HAMPER!
As a nation of food-lovers we have been munching on fruit and veg, drinking tea and coffee and adorning our dishes with oils and spices for generations, but have you ever stopped to wonder how our most beloved foods came to be the way they are now?
In this series of enlightening and highly entertaining essays, award-winning food writer Mark Riddaway travels back through the centuries to tell the fascinating, surprising and often downright bizarre stories of some of the everyday ingredients found at London’s Borough Market.
From the humble apples and onions that we’ve grown on these shores for centuries, to more exotic ingredients like cinnamon and bananas that travel from across the world to finesse our food, Borough Market: Edible Histories offers a chance to digest the charming stories behind every last morsel.
With Christmas and the festive season right around the corner, we know this would make for the perfect gift for a loved one, a food lover in your life, or for yourself. And to make it even more special, we’ve partnered up with Borough Market to offer 3 lucky winners the chance to win a 12 Days of Christmas Borough Market hamper!
All you have to do is order a copy of Borough Market: Edible Histories from any UK retailer, and submit your proof of purchase in the form below. You can purchase in any format, hardback, paperback, audio or ebook. And we will select 3 lucky winners to get this delightful hamper. Competition ends on 10th December 2021.
Open to UK residents only.
*Upload your proof of receipt for a copy of Borough Market: Edible Histories by Mark Riddaway to participate in this giveaway offering.
Must be 18 years of age or older at the time of entry. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. No groups, club, or organizations may participate. Limited to one request per IP address. Incomplete forms will not be eligible. Multiple entries from the same email address will be automatically disqualified.
Offer valid between 10th November to 10th December.
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