WIN: a SIGNED copy of Paul Askew's Onwards and Upwards

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We have four copies of chef patron Paul Askew's debut recipe book– Onwards and Upwards up for grabs in our latest member competition.

Chef patron of The Art School Restaurant Paul Askew has released his debut recipe book, Onwards and Upwards and has very kindly given four signed copies to The Staff Canteen for our latest members competition.

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Enter our competition today!

We have four signed copies of chef patron Paul Askew's debut recipe book 'Onwards and Upwards' to give away. 

To be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is comment on this article 'I'm in it to win it'.

Only one entry per member, you must be a member to take part - if you are not a member sign up now!

You have until 5 pm on Friday, February 9th to enter. All winners will be notified directly after a live draw which will take place on Facebook on Monday 12th February.

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What is 'Onwards and Upwards'?

'Onwards and Upwards' is a stunning book showcases the fine flavours that are prevalent throughout the seasons. With 40 Art School Restaurant recipes and stunning photography, the book represents the culmination of a year’s work for chef patron Paul and his team.

Win a copy of Paul Askew's book

This collection of recipes celebrates Paul’s renowned food style where great produce and sensational ingredients are executed by a sparkling culinary talent. 

The book outline’s Paul’s approach to seasonal and local food with step by step methods to recreating starter, main and dessert dishes for each of the seasons and includes profiles of some of his favourite North-West food heroes.

What accolades has The Art House Restaurant been awarded?

Situated in Liverpool's Georgian quarter, the Art School Restaurant was included in The Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants and was named as the Visit England Taste of England Winner 2017.

It has been awarded 2 AA rosettes three years running and has received critical acclaim from both the Michelin and Good Food guides. The restaurant was awarded Restaurant of the year at the Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards 2016, The Merseyside Independent Business Awards 2016 and The Cheshire & Lancashire Life Food & Drink Awards in 2015.

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Editor 2nd February 2018

WIN: a SIGNED copy of Paul Askew's Onwards and Upwards