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Delia Smith amongst contributors to Woodbridge School pupils’ recipe book

PUBLISHED: 11:00 19 March 2018

Managing director Callum Sycamore  and deputy managing director Mary Godfrey. Picture: WOODBRIDGE SCHOOL

Managing director Callum Sycamore and deputy managing director Mary Godfrey. Picture: WOODBRIDGE SCHOOL

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Pupils at Woodbridge School have created a recipes book inspired by local eateries.

‘East Coast Eats’ brings together recipes from restaurants, cafes and foodies across Suffolk.

Businesses such as Stokes Sauces, Munchy Seeds and Purely Pesto as well as Woodbridge’s Honey + Harvey have all contributed recipes to the book.

Celebrity chef Delia Smith has also shared a recipe for the student’s book.

Managing director for the Young Enterprise team, Callum Sycamore, said: “We loved the idea of a business which incorporated the strength of our local area and that by choosing a product which represented the region; we would have an increased passion for it, and greater success with it.”

The book is part of the Young Enterprise Programme where Year 12 students set up and run their own business.

Copies of the book are available for purchase from The Woodbridge Emporium and Browsers Bookshop.

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