Give-Away #21 : Atkins and Potts' New Range: British Provenance Foods.

Atkins and Potts has teamed up with Pebble Soup to offer one lucky reader the entire British Provenance Foods range. This give away is now closed the winner is announced on the widget below, thanks for entering
British Provenance Foods range
What does British Provenance means?
The idea is to source as many ingredients as possible from British farmers.  Even down to the salt which comes from Anglesey. The ingredients used in the products also include British rapeseed oil, vinegar from Suffolk, mint from Middlesex, apples from Fourayes Farm and the onions, beetroot, sugar, eggs and butter from a variety of British farmers.
Which products are in the range?
  • Hollandaise Sauce
  • Mayonnaise
  • Garlic Mayonnaise
  • Beetroot Chutney
  • Caramelised Onions
  • English Mint Sauce
  • Bramley Apple Sauce
  • Herb Dressing
7 "cheat" sauces and chutneys which are made in small batches. The new products have a nice texture and non  of "that" industrial flavour. Read a review here.
This give away is now closed and was won on second draw by Sue Harrison





45 comments:

maxineflossy said...

Garlic Mayonnaise! (with chunky chips!)

Kate Veggie Desserts said...

Definitely the beetroot chutney. I'm obsessed by beetroot and I haven't had it as chutney before.

buchanl said...

Caramelised Onions

Unknown said...

Caramelised Onions

Angela M - Garden Tea Cakes and Me said...

I'd use the Bramley Apple Sauce on a hot pork gap with crackling! Naughty but nice :)

Angela

lozzle said...

it would have to be the garlic mayo

lozzle said...

following @loz09

Linda Hobbis said...

I'd try the English Mint Sauce on some of our lovely Welsh lamb and then the caramelised onions on the kids' favourite hot dogs!

Melanie Edjourian said...

Herb Dressing looks yummy and i would pour some over a sweet potatoe salad

mellysocks said...

oo the beetroot chutney,yummy!

maci234 said...

caramelised onions

maci234 said...

caramelised onions

Anonymous said...

Bramley Apple Sauce

Rachel Craig

Anonymous said...

Beetroot Chutney

Anonymous said...

Beetroot chutney...sounds yum!

tracey said...

CARAMALISED ONIONS

Unknown said...

As a sauce and chutney freak I would "relish" a chance to try any of these.

My partner always says do you want some food with your sauces....cheek.

Unknown said...

Absolutely the Beetroot Chutney! It sounds so unique. :D

betsy ferguson said...

Beet root chutney

Wise Ways said...

Caramelised Onions

carowood said...

Garlic mayonnaise

prwilson said...

The Garlic Mayonnaise

Unknown said...

I think it would have to be a tie between the English Mint Sauce and the Bramley Apple Sauce with a nice Sunday roast!! Yum Yum!

Tracey Belcher said...

Garlic Mayonnaise

Unknown said...

garlic mayo

carolyn joyce said...

I would make a gorgeous roast pork dinner and use the apple sauce first!

Anonymous said...

English Mint Sauce (with roast lamb)

Simon M said...

I would love to try Caramelised Onions, thank you

Unknown said...

mayonnaise

philiboy said...

Bramley Apple Sauce on my Pork Belly

Anonymous said...

Caramelised Onion (with sausages)

Unknown said...

Caramelised onion chutney

Anonymous said...

Beetroot chutney, it's my favourite.

margaret moe dunlop said...

spoit for choice!!

Soosie Wales said...
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Soosie Wales said...

he beetroot chutney. With a ham salad.
(Rafflecopter id - Su Tyler)

saurus said...

Hollandaise sauce - with asparagus my absolute favourite

Anonymous said...

Garlic Mayonnaise

Unknown said...

Garlic Mayonnaise with a nice fresh salad

Unknown said...

BRAMLEY APPLE SAUCE

Hayley said...

Beetroot chutney. I love beetroot!

sarah lambert said...

Caramelised onions mmmm

@Segga86

Janet Rawstron said...

Caramelised Onions

Janice5972 said...

English Mint Sauce. Can't get enough mint

Unknown said...

garlic mayo love anything garlic but with mayo heaven

si

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