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Local chef Andy Snowling to hold cooking demonstration at Jarrold store in Norwich

17:38 26 June 2012

Andy Snowling, head chef at the Hunny Bell in Hunworth, near Holt.

Andy Snowling, head chef at the Hunny Bell in Hunworth, near Holt.

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Local chef Andy Snowling will be giving cooking demonstrations at the Jarrold department store in Norwich on Saturday.

Mr Snowling, head chef at The Hunny Bell pub in Hunworth, near Holt, will be in the London Street store’s demonstration kitchen between 11am and 3pm.

The chef, who won the EDP Young Chef of the Year in 2005, will be cooking local seasonable dishes.

For further information, go to www.jarrold.co.uk

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