Bramley growers' website for catering profession features apple recipes from TV chefs

Antony Worrall Thompson and Angela Hartnett are just two of the top names featured in a new online resource for chefs, developed by the Bramley Campaign.

The Bramley Campaign's website features recipes from some of the UK's top culinary masters and Britain's young, aspiring chefs. Previous winners of the Bramley Bursary, an initiative to encourage young chefs to discover the apple's qualities, are also featured with their recipes.

Bramley Campaign chairman Adrian Barlow said: "This is an important tool to remind chefs of the Bramley's great versatility and taste, making it a perfect choice for many dishes. We look forward to adding more features to the website in the months to come, which will provide further opportunities and ideas."

The site also features a links section to the websites of catering colleges, food service companies and professional associations.

The Bramley Campaign is funded by Bramley apple growers, with assistance from the EU.

- Growers are invited to nominate and vote in this year's Brammy Awards. Entry forms for the awards and the recipe resource are available at www.bramleyapples.co.uk.


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