It’s competition time! And today I have some beautiful tea towels from artist and designer Kate Guy. She’s combined her love of printmaking with her love of food and cooking to create these stunning recipe-themed towels. Her Regional Recipe collection includes eight illustrated recipes transferred to textile with easy-to-follow family recipes. So not only are they a handy and stylish addition to any kitchen, they’ll inspire some delicious dinners, too.
Enjoy delicious traditional dishes like Lancashire hot pot, Yorkshire steak and ale pie, Scotch broth, Welsh cawl, Irish stew, Scouse, Cornish Pasty and Bakewell tart.
Kate also holds workshops workshops with small groups in her studious in Putney and Camden, printmaking, general art classes, student tutoring and one to one sessions. Visit www.kateguy.co.uk to find out more.
Three prizes of a tea towel of your choice from the lino-cut recipe series.
Each towel measures 76x48cm, is made from absorbent organic cotton and is machine washable.
So that’s three prizes valued at £12 each.
How to enter
So, answer the following question in the comment section on the Eating Covent Garden blog.
Where does Scouse originate from?
And follow eatingcoventgarden on Facebook by clicking on the link.
Terms and conditions
Most importantly, you will only be entered into the competition if you complete all three of the steps above.
Competition however only for residents of the UK.
Closing date for entry is Sunday 5 January 2020 at midnight.
Winner chosen at random after the closing date.
After that winners notified by email.
No cash alternatives to the prize will be offered. So the prize is not transferable.
Above all the editor’s decision is final.