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Atomic cooking at Coghlans

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Liz McClarnon, former Atomic Kitten and winner of Celebrity MasterChef 2008 rolled into Chesterfield today as part of her nationwide campaign to teach the nation to cook pork properly.

Liz was her bubbly self and coped brilliantly with a good sized audience who were keen to see her cooking her favourite Pork dishes. “I thought the rolled shoulder of Pork stuffed with Pork Sausage, plums and Rosemary was the star dish and at the tasting afterwards there were murmurings of great approval.” say Andrew Coghlan, owner of Coghlans Cookery School.

“The mini Pork and Pear pies were also a great hit and overall the audience thought it was a great experience to see Liz cooking live.” says Andrew.

“It is great to host an event like this which allows people from Yorkshire and Derbyshire the chance to watch live as BBC Celebrity Masterchef winner Liz McClarnon live in the cookery school and then a chance to taste the dishes as well. Liz’s enthusiasm for cooking radiates through and the message she sends out encourages cooks to use the freshest ingredients in simple yet effective ways. She also encourages healthy eating which is so important that we pass on that message in the right way.” said Janet Coghlan, Director of Cooking at Coghlans.

Liz also spent time at sister company Barrels and Bottles with Andrew Coghlan hosting an impromtu tasting of wines from Burgundy and Loire. Liz and Mum tried a couple of wines and Liz said the Fleurie she tried was the best red wine she had ever drank! Not too much though as Liz was straight off to Thomas Danby college in Leeds to host the next stage of her Love Pork Properly Tour, just a few hours later.

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