Share Your Recipes for a Chance to Appear on TV With Tesco Real Food

By Sponsor Last edited 94 months ago
Share Your Recipes for a Chance to Appear on TV With Tesco Real Food
This is a sponsored on behalf of Tesco.

Set meal times are for most of us a thing of the past. This is especially true in London, where long commutes and busy schedules force the home cook to be flexible and creative. What we cook, and when, is decided by how we feel and who is sharing the meal...and even what's on TV.

Tesco's Real Food site has launched a mission to capture the best of these real recipes based on people’s mood — parents, pensioners, students, teenagers and in fact anybody who knows just what food hits the spot. Those who submit the best recipes could find themselves competing on a new cookery show from Channel Five. The celebrities championing these mood categories include Jamie Theakston and Carol Vorderman.

The site is looking for recipes that fit into these eight mood food mealtime categories:

  • Breakfast on the Go
  • Talk and Fork (informal eating)
  • Heartbreak Healers (comfort foods for those in need of a pick-me-up)
  • Me-time Meals (solo dining)
  • Family Favourites (simple meals for all the family)
  • Date Night Dinners
  • More Than Four
  • Take Away (home cooking inspired by take-aways)
So if you've got a magic recipe that fits the bill, head on over to Real Food Challenge website and share your tips.

Last Updated 27 May 2011