Sudocrem launch their Christmas Facebook competition â€“ to crown their '2011 Christmas Superchefâ€™ - the grand prize being a 3 day trip to one of Franceâ€™s top cookery schools for two.
Online PR News – 09-December-2011 – – Sudocrem are getting stuck into the Christmas spirit this year by asking the nationâ€™s parents to grab their cooking utensils, chefâ€™s hats and create and share their best Christmas themed recipes on their Facebook page. Entrants will be judged by Channel 4s â€˜How Clean Is Your Houseâ€™ hostess, Aggie Mackenzie (who has just released â€˜Aggieâ€™s Family Cookbookâ€™), who will select three winners who will win (first prize) a 3 day cookery course in France for 2, (second prize) a Â£150 Selfridges Christmas hamper and (third prize) Â£75 Marks & Spencerâ€™s vouchers.
How to enter:
Step 1 - Prepare, bake, fry, steam, boil or stew your own Christmas themed recipe then take a picture of your creation.
Step 2 â€“ Visit and â€˜Likeâ€™ the Sudocrem Facebook page (www.facebook.com/Sudocrem)
Step 3 - Follow the competition page instructions: Enter your name, upload your picture and paste your recipe into the text box provided
Step 4 - Keep your fingers crossed that Aggie takes a shine to your creation!
Competition Start Date - 7.12.2011
Competition Finish Date â€“ 4.1.2012
Competition winners announced â€“ 5.1.2012
1st Prize: 3 day cookery course for 2 in France and Â£200 contribution towards travel.
2nd Prize: Â£150 Christmas Hamper from Selfridges
3rd Prize: Â£75 Marks & Spencerâ€™s vouchers
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