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Competition, Events

Cook Up a Storm and Win a Book!

24.06.09 | Comment?

Think you know how to cook? Or are you just keen to give it a go and get creative? Book CoverCreate a sumptuous recipe for us and the best entry will win Sam Stern’s cookbook Cooking up a Storm: The teen survival cookbook.

Entries close 5pm on August 7 2009 (you must be aged between 13 and 18 and have a Wellington City Libraries card to enter).

Entries have closed! Thanks.

Instructions

  1. Create a recipe! Choose 5 ingredients of your own and at least 2 ingredients from our pantry (you can use as many pantry ingredients as you like, but it might not taste great if you include them all!)
  2. Give your recipe a name (if it’s impressive that might make your food taste better)
  3. Tell us how you’re going to throw it all together in the method box
  4. Fill in your personal details and send!

Pantry Contents
(Remember to use at least two of these)

Salt, Pepper, Sugar, Cooking oil, Butter, Flour, Water, Soup Mix, Weetbix, Marmite, Lemon juice, A can with no label (with food in it), Sultanas, Curry powder, Chilli flakes, Maple syrup


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Competition rules

Entries close 5pm, July 22nd 2009
To be eligible for the prizes, entrants must be:
- Aged 13-18 years
- A member of Wellington City Libraries (Not a member? Go to your local library to join up!)
The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
Acceptance of prize gives permission to Wellington City Libraries to display winner’s details in the libraries or any media. No payment will be made in any such case.
Your information will be kept confidential by Wellington City Council and not disclosed or sold to any other party.

Pig!Want to discover how to cook something tasty and perhaps even stylish (that doesn’t cost the earth) and other important food-related things? Check out Food Glorious Food on July 23rd 4-5pm, the first seminar in the Urban Survival Series at the Wellington Central Library. Find out about the rest next week! Oh look, the pig.


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