Celebrity Chef Celebrates Yorkshire Fayre in Charity Book
9:47am 18th March 2013
TV Chef Rosemary Shrager is lending her support to a charity recipe book created by Selby College students in memory of a former classmate.
The I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here star, famous for teaching tomboy tearaways how to find their way around the kitchen in ITV1 reality show Ladette to Lady, has donated a recipe to the new All The Best From Yorkshire charity recipe book. She said, “It’s great to be a part of this charity. I’ve donated this small recipe which is fun, delicious and easy to eat. Enjoy!”
The book is being produced by Hospitality and Catering students at the college in memory of Scott Robinson from Howden, who lost his battle with Testicular cancer in 2010 at the aged of 18. It is a follow up to the award-winning The Sweetest Thoughts recipe book, which raised more than £3000 for Cancer Research and Macmillan Nurses.
Project Co-ordinator and Selby College Guidance and Support Tutor Angie Hobden said, "We're thrilled to have Rosemary on board. She is the latest high profile Yorkshire-based chef to donate a recipe to this wonderful cause, we also have contributions from Betty’s and Taylor’s of Harrogate, as well as award-winning Michelin Star Chef James Mackenzie and Adam Peirson MBE, Executive Sous Chef at Claridges, to name but a few and we have lots more on the way."
She added; "Although The Sweetest Thoughts was a huge success, we want to make All The Best From Yorkshire even better which is why we've set ourselves a mammoth £10,000 fundraising target."
If you would like to sponsor the book or donate a Yorkshire-themed recipe you can do so by contacting Angie Hobden on 01757 211164, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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