June saw the launch of a new cookbook local to me, The Oxfordshire Cook Book. Loving local eateries and produce, I’ve bee able to support the launch and I have one books to giveaway on the blog to one lucky reader.  This is the 11th in the range of ‘Get Stuck in’ regional books from Meze Publishing.

oxfordshire cook book

The Oxfordshire Cook Book has brought together local chefs, restaurants, and producers to share knowledge, recipes and some of the best places to eat out in the county.  In Oxfordshire, we really are lucky in what’s on offer, From Michelin starred pub The Nut Tree to The Oxford Cheese Company, there’s food to suit any budget and type of food lover.

The Nut Tree Inn

The cook book includes beautiful photography as well as input from top chefs in the area, and other food experts. There’s something for everyone and it’s a chance to explore the foody county.

Oxford Cheese Company

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So if you have a food bucket list,  love food, or have gifts to buy for food fans, you can buy the Oxfordshire Cook book from Waterstones or Amazon or at any one of the shops/restaurants featured.

Alternatively, you can also enter to win a copy of the cook book.  Just answer the question and complete  the rafflecopter.  If you don’t have a blog you don’t need to include a URL when leaving your comment.

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  1. UK entry only, over 18s
  2. Giveaway closes 11.59pm 31st July 2016
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  4. There is 1 prize of a cook book
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Disclosure: I was provided a book to giveaway.

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98 Comments

  1. A.E. ADKINS

    San Carlo in Birmingham, the other branches don’t quite do it for us

  2. Joanna Kasznicki

    The canteen in Stretford, Manchester

  3. Hayley Elvin

    Stanley’s Chinese Restaurant in Hessle

  4. Francesca Harrod

    The Stockpot in London – many happy memories 🙂

  5. Ruth Wollerton

    PALMERS in Long Sutton, Spalding. Yummytastic

  6. Amy Jane Beckett

    An Italian In Barrow Called Franncesca’s – It good food at low prices.

  7. Dawn Hull

    The Percy Arms Pub/Restaurant in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear.

  8. Leanne joy

    The cowshed in Bristol – local honest and delicious food

  9. Laura Harrison

    The Queens Arms, Constantine (Cornwall) xxx

  10. Adrian Bold

    The Devonshire Arms, Blackpool. Great food – affordable prices.

  11. Victoria Prince

    The Channel View Restaurant in Brighton 🙂

  12. Sheila Reeves

    I love Bistrot Pierre in Leicester, great value great food

  13. Andrew Hindley

    Hinds Head Hotel
    Preston Rd, Chorley PR7 5HL

  14. Lorne Bedford

    The Huntsman, Dunchurch, Warwickshire – Best Carvery in the land!

  15. Lucy Major

    My favourite is a restaurant from back when I was at uni – Bistro46 in Jesmond, Newcastle.

  16. simon miller

    I have just moved to Oxford and am keen to sample the local fare. My favourite restaurant is one ‘Nid’s’ on the island of Koh Chang – home-cooked Thai food and the best hospitality in the world, in a bamboo and palmleaf restaurant crammed with incredible curiosities…

  17. Corinne Peat

    I love the crossroads hotel in Aberdeenshire.

  18. Katie Sharman

    Gee whites, Swanage for holidays and the grey lady, Newtown linford at home

  19. Jo Carroll

    Heston Blumenthal’s ‘The Fat Duck’ in Bray. It’s the best restaurant I’ve ever eaten in – not that I’m a regular..I won a free meal in a competition 😉

  20. Kirsty Sparks

    I love Margaritaville in Universal Citywalk, Orlando 🙂

  21. Kirsty Sparks

    I love Margaritaville in Universal Citywalk, Orlando 🙂

  22. Monica Gilbert

    There’s a restaurant back home in the States called The Blue Canoe. It just reopened after a fire and still has wonderful food.

  23. Abigail Aris

    Toby Carvey! I love a good roast dinner and nothing beats them!

  24. Kerry Taylor

    An Italian called Gallery in a small village near us called South Cave

  25. Hannah Smith

    I like visiting Browns in Oxford – it does classic food very well!

  26. Matthew P

    ship inn (havant – hampshire) …great food great views :-))

  27. Jodie Holyoake

    Can’t help but love going to Nando’s, I go there quite often!

  28. Kirsty Hosty

    With am and Blues near Boston Lincolnshire

  29. Stacey Carnell

    The Hardwick – Abergavenny South Wales

  30. Jenny Lindgren

    The Merkister Hotel in Harray, Orkney. Love to eat out a lot but also love cooking good food at home! This would be perfect to add to my cook book collection 🙂

  31. Ruth Harwood

    I love the golden dragon in lancaster – great atmosphere and fab food xx

  32. sarah capps

    My favourite restaurant is Viva Cuba in Leeds – it serves the most AMAZING tapas at great prices, and is decorated in a fabulous Cuban vibe!

  33. Emily Clark

    Vittorio’s in Newport, South Wales. I just love Italian restaurants!

  34. kellyjo walters

    tbh I don’t have one.. we are fussy eaters and prefer my own cooking

  35. Aberdeen Steak House restaurant near Trafalgar Square, London

  36. The Iron Duke at Stratfield Saye – fab food, excellent service but also manages to be very relaxed

  37. Kay Panayi

    My favourite restaurant is Zeus in Plymouth

  38. Tanya Camilleri

    I love the falcon which is just outside of Banbury. Atmosphere and decor is homely and food tastes great

  39. Heather Haigh

    I don’t have a favourite – I like to try different ones and we don’t eat out very often.

  40. Kim Styles

    I dont know whether it is still there but it was a little restaurant in the Smuggles inn in Selsey Bill

  41. Tracey Peach

    I don’t have one because I’m mostly housebound so my kitchen is my favourite restaurant 🙂

  42. Tracy Nixon

    Mama Rosa’s in Tynemouth, North east (Italian restaurant overlooking the sea!)

  43. I tried to read this post but kept being drawn back to the oxfordshire cheese company picture… oh my god that looks divine!

  44. Nigel Soper

    My fav is Nandos; I can actually taste the spices and the food has flavour and isn’t bland.

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