Hallmark and The Prince’s Trust present ‘A Little Taste of Yorkshire’ cookbook

Hallmark and The Prince’s Trust present ‘A Little Taste of Yorkshire’ cookbook

A Little Taste of Yorkshire is a cookbook containing recipes, hints and tips that have been collected from independent eateries, shops and producers from across Yorkshire. The book contains an eclectic mix of over 45 delicious recipes provided by local restaurants, cafes, delis, pubs, bars, street food vendors, retailers and producers, all perfect for readers to cook at home in their own kitchen.

A Little Taste of Yorkshire cook book has been created as part of The Prince’s Trust Million Makers challenge. The Million Makers challenge is an entrepreneurial fundraising competition, which sees talented teams from companies across the UK attempt to raise £10,000 or more for The Prince’s Trust by implementing mini enterprises. The team behind A Little Taste of Yorkshire all work for Hallmark Cards PLC.
Beth Robinson from the Hallmark Million Makers team said “Hallmark is based in Bradford and so all members of the team live in Yorkshire. I was born and raised in North Yorkshire and am very passionate about the region and believe this book is a great way to showcase independent businesses in the local area and provides a unique collection of recipes from Yorkshire people in the know.”
The cookbook celebrates the diverse nature of our largest county, with recipes including Cullen Skink Whitby Style Soup from the famous Magpie Café in Whitby and Yorkshire Rhubarb Trifle from the Michelin-starred Pipe and Glass in Beverley. The book also contains a full section on ‘Street Food’ with some fantastic recipes from Trinity Kitchen in Leeds and various street food vendors across the region.

Several Deliciouslyorkshire members took part and donated recipes including The 1875 Restaurant, The Shibden Mill Inn, The Cleveland Tontine, Keelham Farm Shop and Shepherds Purse Cheeses making A Little Taste of Yorkshire the ideal Christmas gift for Yorkshire food and drink fanatics.

Yorkshire has the biggest concentration of food and drink establishments in the UK, contributing a whopping £1.7 billion to the regional economy. Yorkshire also has the most Michelin-starred restaurants outside of London and is home to over 80 Real Ale pubs and breweries, producing almost a third of the UK’s beer. So it’s plain to see, A Little Taste of Yorkshire really does provide just a ‘little taste’ of all the wonderful food and drink that the region has to offer!

A Little Taste of Yorkshire retails at £8.99 and is available to buy from selected Morrisons stores across Yorkshire as well as online through the Hallmark website www.hallmark.co.uk