Join us for #CookBookComp to win Fab Foodie Prizes



We know that for many of our bloggers, food is at the heart of your family.

And every family has their own favourite recipes – perhaps a twist on a classic, or a brand new invention (I’m not sure my own Mum’s invention of Toast Night counts, mind you..)

This evening, our sister website Tots100 will be teaming up with the lovely people at Flora for a Twitter party where we’re inviting you to tell us how you tweak classic recipes in your family kitchen.

Do you have additional secret ingredients for a sizzling stir fry? Or a special method for a warming winter casserole? How do you get perfect Yorkshire puddings and pancakes?

If you do, we want to hear them!


  • First, make sure you’re following @tots100 and @officialflorauk on Twitter
  • Tweet us between 8pm and 9pm this evening with your family cooking secrets, using the #CookBookComp hashtag
  • The three best tips submitted during the party will win a £50 voucher to spend on some seasonal treats at Marks & Spencer or John Lewis


Flora is also inviting you to share your family cooking secrets in its fabulous “Let’s Get Cooking” Competition.

All you have to do is download your free copy of the Let’s Get Cooking recipe book from the Flora website, and suggest how you’d tweak any of the recipes included in the book to improve them. Let’s Get Cooking has a fabulous selection of family meals, all hand-picked by world-renowned chef Jean Cristophe Novelli.

Full details, and terms and conditions can be seen on the Flora website.


See you this evening! 

Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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