The Tiger Hero Recipe booklet is available now in all pubs in the Everards estate and online as a download from the Everards website. Featuring 15 different recipes in total, it includes the best of this year entrants and the top three from the 2011 competition.
The new recipe book includes the Tiger Hero Recipe 2012 winner, Fillet of Beef with Tiger Beef Sauce, created by Tracey Hunt of Enderby, Leicestershire. The 2012 runners-up creations – Everards Tiger Tea Loaf and Rib-Eye of the Tiger – made by Sue Robinson, of Desford and Craig Carleton of Nottingham respectively, also feature in this year’s booklet.
Bakewell-based Neil Morton’s Tiger Ox Cheeks, the winning recipe from 2011,also features in the new chronicle of culinary creativity. The two tasty runners-up dishes from Leicester cook-off finalists Paul Hunt and Andy Babic, with their respective Tiger Red Beef and Smokin Chilli creations, also make their return in the latest recipe collection.
Erika Hardy, Everards Head of Marketing, said: “The quality of the recipes received was first class and once again people have come up with some incredibly creative, tasty and mouth-watering dishes.
“Given the wonderful variety and culinary creativity displayed it was only right that we again showcased this in the form of a new recipe book.
“The first edition last year was very popular and our licensees were requesting more copies within days of the launch, such was the demand for the booklet. “We hope that people once again enjoy the book and have lots of fun recreating the recipes in their own kitchens at home.”
Leicestershire independent brewer Everards launched their Tiger Hero recipe competition back in February with a culinary clarion call to all budding Gordon Ramseys across the UK. Entrants were asked to come up with their most exotic and creative use of Tiger Best Bitter with numerous prizes on offer for the best creations including the top prize of a £250 high street gift card and a month’s supply of Everards Tiger Best Bitter.
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