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Lets Cook Live brought three celebrity chefs to the Flag Market

Posted on - 10th July, 2017 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Business, City Centre, Events, Food & Drink, News

On Saturday 8 July, Lets Cook Live made its way to Preston City Centre and brought along three celebrity chefs with it!

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Taking place on a main stage at the Flag Market, live cooking demonstrations were held to the public in which they could pop along for free and learn fantastic food tips.

Celebrity chefs including Kay Ashworth, from kids TV show I Can Cook, Soap star Scott Maslen and Dean Edwards from ITV’s Lorraine, joined the cooking show on the day and gave their own insightful demonstrations.

Related: PrestFest saw Fatman Scoop and Tom Zanetti headline the Flag Market

The chefs gave their top tips and favourite recipes with the aim of encouraging people to cook more and discover more about easy signature dishes.

Some of Preston’s best restaurants also put on their own cooking demonstrations.

There were food stalls set up all around the flag market for people to go and try tasty samples, whilst being entertained from the top chefs.

Read more: How We Don’t Give A Fork fared in our taste test

The free-entry event was held by Preston Business District in attempt to deliver a fun afternoon of entertainment and learning of how to cook easily achievable dishes for the whole family.

The weather was fantastic with lots of sunshine, helping to bring more people out on the day.

Lets Cook Live started at 12.30pm and finished at 4pm.

Did you attend Lets Cook Live on the Flag Market? Did you catch a glimpse of the celebrity chefs? Let us know in the comments below

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