Win A £50 iTunes Voucher With Great British Chefs Feastive App

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Win A £50 iTunes Voucher With Great British Chefs Feastive App

This is a sponsored post on behalf of Great British Chefs.

Christmas is almost upon us. You have one shopping day left to battle in the supermarkets and stock up for the festive break. If you’re wondering what to make this year, and don’t want just another Xmas pudding or dull turkey, download Great British Chefs’ new iPad or iPhone Feastive apps for mouthwatering and memorable dishes.

At only £1.99 the Great British Chefs Feastive App has over 100 exclusive recipes from 18 of the country’s greatest chefs. The app delivers incredible recipes from the chefs of some of London’s finest restaurants, including Marcus Wareing, Theo Randall, Tom Aikens, Simon Rogan, Bruno Loubet, Vineet Bhatia, Agnar Sverrison, Alfred Prasad and Pascal Aussignac.

As a  special Christmas gift, Great British Chefs are giving away a £50 iTunes voucher to one lucky winner. All you have to do to enter is leave a comment below with your favourite recipe from the Feastive App. Alternatively Tweet it to @gbchefs on Twitter with the hashtag #gbchefsxmas.

Entries close at the end of 25 December, Great British Chefs will choose one lucky winner from all entries and announce the winner here after Friday 30 December.

If you haven’t got an iPhone or iPad there are hundreds of festive recipes on Great British Chefs. You can keep up to date when new recipes andchefs are added by liking them on or follow on Twitter @gbchefs.

Last Updated 22 December 2011


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Stefan wright

It has to be Shaun Rankins Souffle with Xmas pudding ice cream mmmmmmmm!!!!!! What a great way to end your Xmas meal.


Got to be Theo Randall's Spatchcock pigeon roasted on bruschetta with cavolo nero, pancetta and porcini mushrooms - just because it's unusual and well flavoured enough to be a talking point but is still easy enough for a normal person rather than professional chef to prepare!

Jane Willis

I love Adam Gray's  Roast Lion of Northamptonshire venison,wild mushroom pie and parsnip purée - so many festive flavours yet with a new twist.


Chocolate and Drambuie truffles from Bruno Louret - is there a better way to end a meal?

Olivia B

I love the 'Venison, chocolate, fig, turnip and Brussels sprouts' main course. It is a wonderful alternative to a Christmas meal, especially if you want to go for a red meat rather than Turkey. The ingredients are simple and yet combine beautifully together for a fabulous flavour. Anyone served this for Christmas or around the festive period would be spoilt.

This is a great little app, including some wonderful recipes with very clear instructions :-)


It's got to be Tom Aikens Ceviche of Salmon - just finished making it and I don't know if it will last until tomorrow becuase we keep eating bits of it. Yum!


So, there a winner yet?


Obviously we love all of the recipes in the Feastive App, but there can only be one winner of this competition & it's Guy Clapperton.  Congrats & we'll be in touch to get your details to get your prize over to you.  Thanks to all who entered.