27 May 2015
Tower Head Chef, Jose Dalto, has been invited to create a recipe in the Great British Cookbook for the 2nd year in a row.
"It's a great privilege to be asked to take part again and I'm looking forward to creating an exciting dish for the readers of the book as well as seeing all the other tasty recipes from the UK's top Chefs" Jose Dalto, Head Chef
The Tower as well as our Sister restaurants The Witchery and Prestonfield help charities throughout the year through voucher contributions and donations as well as work experience initiatives and also our own fund-raising for the Princes Trust, for which Tower boss, James Thomson is the Ambassador for Scotland. So it goes without saying that we are delighted to be involved in this book, which we see as a fun and creative way of raising funds for very worthwhile charities.
The Great British Cookbook, celebrates our very diverse culture, uncovering extraordinary dishes served up in the 100s of restaurants, hotels and pubs across our great nation. As well as recipes of mouth-watering dishes, there are ten features on seasonal produce, growers, suppliers along with butchers, bakers and fishmongers.
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Penny Moore the Chief Executive of Hospitality Action: "We are delighted to have been chosen to receive funds from this fabulous Great British on-line Cook Book. Hospitality Action helps people from all walks of life and from all areas of the hospitality industry. The money raised really will make a great difference to our work and help us to support even more people in serious need." www.hospitalityaction.org.uk