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Clerics get hot around the hob

by a staff reporter

A CLERICAL cookery challenge set two priests to cook the best nutritious meal, using only items found in a typical foodbank parcel, in front of a live audience. They were given only 30 minutes.

The "Ready Steady Foodbank" challenge took place at last week's Kent County Show. The winner, the Priest-in-Charge of St Peter and St Paul, River, near Dover, the Revd Andy Bawtree, is a keen cook who has previously taken part in the Channel 4's cookery contest Come Dine With ...

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