Supporting the launch of The Really Quite Good British Cookbook

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We were super happy to be asked to showcase some Mirabeau Pure at the launch of William Sitwell’s brilliant “Really Quite Good British Cookbook” which brings together some of Britain’s most fantastic chefs contributing their favourite recipes they would cook for their loved ones.  It’s not only a lovely kitchen companion and coffee table book, but also supports the work of the Trussell Trust, which works to alleviate poverty through it’s network of 400 foodbanks and supports local community projects all over the UK.

The evening brought together some of Britains most well loved chefs and included restaurateur Antonio Carluccio, Melissa Hemsley, Great British Bake Off’s Frances Quinn and Edd Kimber and food personality Valentine Warner.  Mirabeau Pure was the drink of choice alongside Valentine’s Hepple Gin.

Would you like a copy of this book?

We’ve got two up for grabs in our Easter fun give-away …


To enter the competition, finish this sentence:

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We will publish our favourites responses and contact the winners by 21 April.

Wishing you and your loved ones a very happy Easter weekend!

Jeany Cronk
The author: Jeany Cronk

Jeany Cronk, foremost wife and mother of three Cronklets, lends an ear to endless wine conundrums contemplated by her other-half and works on the Mirabeau look and feel. Her big passions are interior design, the French way of life and of course the inspirational flavours and food of Provence.

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