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Exclusive London Event! James Martin - Slow Cooking

Saturday 17th November 2012 2:30pm - 4:30pm Westfield Stratford City Free Event

One of the UK's most popular television chefs brings his passion for
food to Foyles in this cooking demo at Westfield Stratford City. The
Saturday Kitchen presenter will showcase dishes from the simple to the
adventurous, all taken from his new cookbook Slow Cooking.

2.30 - 3.30 - James' cookery demo in the kitchen
3.30 - James signs copies of his books.


Venue: : Great Eastern Kitchen, Westfield Stratford City (near Foyles), Lower Ground Floor, The Arcade, Westfield
Stratford City, London, E20 1EH

Tickets: Free. PLUS- For the chance to WIN over £150 worth of cookery
books published by Quadrille Books, simply email to
reserve your place at the demo and you will be automatically entered.
The winner will be announced at 3.30 pm, immediately before the signing


* To be in with a chance to win £150 worth of cookery books published
by Quadrille Books, as well as pre-registering, you will need to be at
the demo before 2.15 pm on Saturday 17 November. The winner will be
announced by James at 3.30 pm at the demo kitchen outside Foyles.
Registration closes at midnight on 16.11.12.




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