By Audlem Webteam - 31st January 2011 7:04am
Are you a talented home cook with an amazing historic family recipe? If so, ITV's Celebrity Chef, Gino D'Acampo wants to hear from you!
Neil Summers of ITV has contacted Audlem Online and says: "We're currently looking for enthusiastic home cooks to take part in a brand new cookery show for ITV and would love to come and film in Cheshire. Please could you circulate the attached information to as many people as possible."
“Gino D'Acampo is on a mission to prove that "There's No Taste Like Home". He's on the hunt for home cooks with fantastic family recipes, undiscovered gems, good, honest family food...
Forget the frills and ditch the fiddly garnishes. If you've got a fantastic recipe that's been passed down through your family for generations, family favourites that have been enjoyed for decades, then Gino wants to hear from you ...
There's No Taste Like Home, ITV's brand new cookery show gives talented home cooks the chance to showcase their very own family recipes in a local restaurant. The winning dish will have the honour of staying on the restaurant's menu for an entire month.
There are the following conditions: Calls Cost no more than 26p from a BT landline. Calls from other networks maybe higher and from mobiles will be considerably more. We may not respond to all applications. The closing date for applications is 9th June 2011 but participants may be cast before this date.
We reserve the right to extend the closing date at our sole discretion. Applicants must be 16 or over due to the nature and content of the programme and a permanent UK resident. Please note that submitting a completed application form and/or receiving a phone call or email from a member of the production team does not automatically mean that you will appear on the programme. Terms and conditions can be found at itv.com/terms”
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