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Premier's competition is gourd enough to eat

05 October 2015 by
Premier's competition is gourd enough to eat

Chefs should hone their carving skills this autumn to be in with a chance of winning a hamper of produce worth £100. Premier Foodservice will be asking caterers to showcase their skills and creativity by posting images or videos online of their spookiest pumpkin creations.

The competition coincides with the publication of the company's Winter Warmers calendar, which features recipe ideas for Halloween, Bonfire Night, Christmas and beyond to Valentine's Day 2016, helping caterers make the most of the colder months.

The calendar showcases new recipes created by Mark Rigby, executive chef and head of innovation at Premier Foods, using Premier Foods brands, such as Bisto, Sharwood's, Homepride and McDougalls.

Premier Foods will be posting its very own videos via its Twitter feed throughout the month to provide inspiration and top pumpkin carving tips.

To enter, caterers need to tweet an image or video of their design to @PremierFoods_FS using #PremierPumpkin. All entries must be received by 2 November 2015. For more information and terms and conditions, visit the Premier Foods website.

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