Win a copy of the Belfast on a Plate cookbook

Thursday 8th September 2016 by Lynne

I was lucky enough to be invited to the launch of this wonderful Cookbook at Belfast City Hall. One lucky reader can win a copy (value £25.00).  To enter all you have to do is comment on this post saying why you would like to win.  The winner will be selected on Thursday 15th September.  Good luck everyone!

This beautiful cookbook gives a flavour of Belfast through recipes and stories.  Written by Joanna Braniff with photography by David Pauley, it features recipes and stories from some of Belfast’s finest restaurants, namely, Coppi, Deanes at Queens, Deanes Epic, General Merchants, Graze, Hadskis, Home, Howard Street, James St. South, Mourne Seafood bar, Neills Hill, Ox, Sapphire, Shu, Tedfords Kitchen, The barking Dog, The Ginger Bistro, The Merchant Hotel, The Muddlers Club and Zen.

The recipes sound amazing and the pictures look good enough to eat.  Best of all are the stories about the chefs, their backgrounds and passion for food!

 

Win a copy of the Belfast on a Plate cookbook
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51 responses to “Win a copy of the Belfast on a Plate cookbook”

  1. Keith Maxwell says:

    I’d like to win because I love finding out new things about the city where I’ve spent a lot of my life!

  2. vivek tohani says:

    Id love the book so I can temp my friends and relatives from near and far (abroad) and really blow our trumpet!!!

  3. Hellooooo! I would love to win a copy of the book as I enjoy reading what inspires those creative people to do what they do. Also this chick badly needs a good dose of culinary guidance too

  4. Kate says:

    I’d love to win as Belfast offers an amazing array of eateries with fantastic & creative ideas. Hoping to be inspired!

  5. I would love to win a copy of this book for my Fiance, who loves to cook and I would love to enjoy some of the delicious dishes we have enjoyed at a lot of these super Belfast restaurants

  6. P O'Donnell says:

    Give me the book. Trust me. I need it!

  7. Gemma says:

    Desperately need this cook book in my life! Would love to cook my FAVE restaurant meals at home!!!

  8. Emma McCullough says:

    I’d love to win so I could create some restaurant style dishes at home as being parents of two young children we now get out about twice a year for dinner (as opposed to once a week “BC” – before children!).

  9. Helen Oneill says:

    Just for a bit of Belfast v Waterford rivalry at home…..you can keep yer ribs & cabbage

  10. Angela Alexander says:

    Eating out us my favourite passtime and so many of my favourite restaurants feature in this book.

  11. Stephen says:

    Another milestone in Belfast’s booming foodie eateries.

    Would love to win this book and read stories about Belfast’s best restaurants and also pick up a few ideas to try out in the kitchen.

  12. Sandra McAlister says:

    All of my favourite restaurants in 1 book!! I’m in foodie heaven!! ❤

  13. John says:

    The book is a brilliant idea showcasing how great the food scene is on Belfast. Something that can be overlooked until you visit other cities and realise how good we are.

  14. Katherine says:

    I would love to win this cookbook to inspire my fussy-eating other half to broaden his food horizons and to try different meals when we go out. If I can make them at home, he might be inspired to try new things in restaurants. Plus, I just love cooking and I am running out of things to try from the cookbooks I already own.

  15. Gemma Thompson says:

    Would love this.. Such a foodie!

  16. Heather Gracey says:

    Ohh i would absolutely love to win this fantastic cookbook, I love to cook and love trying new recipes, this would be great, recipes from my fav restaurants too . Thanks Lynne for giving us the chance to win this tasty cookbook.

  17. Tricia says:

    O! How shall I give them a treat?
    Something scrummy and delicious to eat
    To prove that Belfast food’s not crap
    Not just bacon sruffed in a Belfast bap
    Or the obligatory brunch of an Ulster Fry
    Though some are good enough to make you cry
    The answer is here -it’s fate!
    Its the amazing Belfast On a Plate!!!
    (And that is why I’d like to win it please)

  18. Sally Hales says:

    I would love to win as I collect a variety of cookbooks and do not have any with Irish recipes in them, sounds like an interesting book.

  19. Julie Philpot says:

    Wow, recipes from all my favourite restaurants

  20. Clare Laming says:

    I would love to win because I love going out to restaurants and the Belfast foodie scene is thriving. This book would be great as I can keep a recipe book of some the restaurants I frequent so I can try and make the dishes when I eventually move abroad.

  21. Paula Mulholland says:

    I would love to win so that I can recreate my own little Belfast on a plate

  22. Donna Caldwell says:

    I love cooking I’d love to get back to some original good home cooking

  23. Daniel Grant says:

    This book sounds great and I love the picture with the chicken! I moved away from Belfast three months ago but I’d love to win this book and have a friend bring it over. I love the variety of great food Belfast has and I’d love to learn some of the tricks the chefs use. I love trying new recipes and am determined to become a better cook! Now that I’m in Mexico it would be fantastic to be able to cook some delicious dishes that remind me of home.

  24. Connor McCourt says:

    This book sounds amazing! I love cooking 🙂

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