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Howarth Timber & Building Supplies cooks up a celebrity brand ambassador

Howarth Timber & Building Supplies, has partnered with chef and TV presenter, Peter Sidwell on a collection of seasonal recipes.

Developed exclusively for their website, each month will focus on seasonality as well as key events in the calendar such as alfresco dining for summer months and comforting creations or celebration dishes ahead of the Christmas period. 

The idea behind this is that as a leading distributor of kitchens, including the Laura Ashley Collection, the partnership with Peter Sidwell will add value and practical content to the users of the Howarth website and social media. Howarth Timber & Building Supplies marketing manager Gavin Knowles, said “Working with Peter was a natural fit for us, as he is already a brand ambassador for Symphony Kitchens so understands the quality of our products. Already an author of five cookery books, Peter has created some fabulous recipes for us which really bring to life great British produce and provide some exciting ideas for those wanting to cook for key events.”

Sidwell, chef, adds “It is great to see a company such as Howarth actively promoting cooking at home for family and friends. It will give homeowners the chance to really show-off their new kitchen and I can’t wait to see what people create.”

Howarth is also encouraging anyone rustling up any of the recipes to post their creations on social media using #familyfavourites. Those styled to perfection will be shared to inspire others to take part. 

To view Peter’s latest video recipe for Howarth, visit https://youtu.be/fEWtUpQEFhM 

 

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