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PUBLISHED: 17:52 20 May 2009 | UPDATED: 10:05 12 August 2010

GUEST: Greg Wallace with winners Diane Aslett and her mum

GUEST: Greg Wallace with winners Diane Aslett and her mum

CELEBRITY chef Gregg Wallace dropped in to a family s kitchen to cook up a winning recipe. He paid a visit to competition winner Diane Aslett, from Bromley, to cook her recipe for her favourite childhood dish Brundish Cottage Pie. Ms Aslett, pictured wi

CELEBRITY chef Gregg Wallace dropped in to a family's kitchen to cook up a winning recipe.

He paid a visit to competition winner Diane Aslett, from Bromley, to cook her recipe for her favourite childhood dish Brundish Cottage Pie.

Ms Aslett, pictured with her mum and Gregg, was one of six winners of a Family Favourites recipe competition run by MeatMATTERS.

She said: "Brundish Cottage Pie is a family favourite that we have enjoyed for years, from my mum's mum to me, and it even takes our family name, Brundish.

"Even my son enjoys cooking it, so I'm sure the recipe will continue through the generations."

Her recipe will be included in the MeatMATTERS booklet Family Favourites, Recipes You Remember and Recipes You'll Never Forget. To order your free copy of the recipe booklet visit www.MeatMATTERS.com.


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