‘The Modern Vegetarian' competition winners revealed

24 April 2009 by
‘The Modern Vegetarian' competition winners revealed

The five winners of our Modern Vegetarian book giveaway have been announced.

They are Katy Dovey from Bristol; Natasha Kemp from Shoreham-By-Sea, West Sussex; Pedro Torres Delgado in Leicester; Kate Bridgeman from Swindon, Wiltshire and Rachael Crouch from Alfriston, East Sussex.

All will shortly receive a copy of the newly-published book by Whitechapel Gallery head chef Maria Elia, courtesy of publisher Kyle Cathie.

For Caterersearch readers that missed out, the publisher has kindly extended its reader offer, which allows website users to purchase the book for £12.99 including free postage and packaging (UK mainland only).

To order your copy, ring 01903 828503, quoting ref: KC HC/MV, or e-mail: mailorders@lbsltd.co.uk

See our Minute on the Clock interview with Maria Elia for more on the Whitechapel Gallery and the Gallery Dining Room.

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By Chris Druce

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