One good thing to come out of the pandemic is the birth of The Rural Supply which offers a drive-through grocery collection service connecting you with local artisan food producers.
To celebrate this, we’re delighted that The Rural Supply is offering prizes worth £100 for our summer quiz.
First prize is a £50 voucher for The Rural Supply, with two runner-up prizes of £25 vouchers.
All set? Knives sharpened? Water coming to boil? Let’s go…
1. Which locally produced food can remain edible for at least 3,000 years?
2. What cooking ingredient comes from rape plants?
3. What is the French term for poaching an egg in its shell?
4. Why was chicken soup a traditional remedy for colds?
5. Bedwyn Beauty and Charles Ross are local varieties of what?
6. Where is The Rural Supply’s collection point in Hungerford?
7. What are the three basic ingredients of sourdough bread?
8. Why is it recommended to plant onions near carrots?
9. Which red meat contains more iron – venison or beef?
10. What is our local claim to fame in terms of TV cooking shows?
11. What pungent, edible plant with small white flowers grows wild in local woods in the spring?
12. Einkhorn and Emmer are locally grown varieties of what?
How to Enter
Email your answers to email@example.com by Tuesday 30 June.
Terms & Conditions
• The winner and runners up will be selected at random from the correct or most correct entries received and notified by email within 48 hours of the closing date (see above). Acceptance must be confirmed by email within 48 hours of the notification or we will select another winner to whom this condition will also apply. The judge’s decision in all matters will be final.
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• Only one entry can be accepted from any one email address.
• The winner will be put in touch with The Rural Supply directly to make the arrangements for redeeming the prize.