Cookery lesson with Bruno Loubet won

It seemed like the ideal competition – tweet this and you’ve won a cookery lesson with Bruno Loubet. For Internet users everywhere, they may have thought – OK, where’s the con?

Turns out, there’s none! There exists a small pot of genuine opportunity to win competitions on the Internet without having to sign your life away and provide details that entail you giving away your bank account details to the highest bidder behind the scenes.

Pocket-lint & GB Chefs – a formidable team

The prize, to win the chance to cook with two-Michelin-rated chef Bruno Loubet followed by a meal for two as part of the Pocket-lint Christmas Spectacular, did exactly what it said on the tin.  Just ask @jonny162 from London who has scooped the prestigious prize.

Cynics may suggest, as the terms were: in order to be in the hat you have to tweet the hashtag #plxmas and follow @pocketlint and @gbchefs, that the reward is simply a cheap marketing tactic, but for jonny162, it could just turn his life around.

Who are the ‘Great British Chefs’?

The name ‘Bruno Loubet’ does not automatically ring synonymous with being a chef of UK origin, and you’d be right.¬† Bruno came here to ply his culinary trade in the early eighties, straight out of National¬† Service en France.

The theme behind GB Chefs is to encapsulate all the ideas brought to the UK by chefs working on our shores and utilise their site as a fulcrum to synergise everything expressive and wholesome about continental cooking and deliver it to the UK public.

Download 105 recipes at app-speed

The sum of that creative talent then provides an online presence to express the collective chef’s brilliance and offers a platform both online and now mobile in order to relate to an English-reading audience across all networks.

You can follow their blog by RSS or, as is the wont with everything hot on the net, download an app to keep you up-to-date with everything en vogue in the culinary UK. As soon as you install the app, these 105 recipes are yours for the cooking.

Ranging from recipes the single bloke at college could cook to a recipe that only those who’d attended a multitude of cookery courses to understand the ingredients, let alone the methods involved in preparing the dish, this app is an insight into ingenuity.

Whether your aim is to learn how great chefs cook, get an eye-opener to the type of know-how you feel you ought to arm yourself with before signing up to a cookery course or just like experimenting every now and again when the opportunity presents itself, check out Great British Chefs. It’s not all rrros-bif, Yorkshire pud and tikka-masala, y’know.

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