Gordon Ramsay in search for new Fanny Cradock

22 February 2007
Gordon Ramsay in search for new Fanny Cradock

Gordon Ramsay has launched a search for a female chef who can fill the shoes of legendary TV cook Fanny Cradock.

In an initiative to promote the forthcoming series of Channel 4's The F Word, Ramsay wants to find a new female cook who can share Cradock's love of food with the audience.

To enter the competition, dubbed "Find Me a Fanny" and open to any female chef, go to www.findmeafanny.com.

The winner will appear on the F-Word, which returns in the summer.

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By Daniel Thomas

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