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Posted on: Friday, 15 October 2010

Winners of the “Hillcrest Berries” book competition

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The winners of our “Hillcrest Berries” book competition can look forward to receiving their copies of this beautifully illustrated Recipe Book, which includes recipes for all seasons and tastes – trendy bakes like blueberry and almond biscotti share pages with old-fashioned treats such as blueberry and apple tart. Among the wealth of cheesecakes and crumbles, icecreams and mousses, smoothies and salsas, you will even find formulae for berry face masks!

From the Foreword by Myrna Robin, Hillcrestberries.co.za is a generous reflection of Hillcrest’s irresistible recipes, complete with pearls of wisdom about growing, harvesting and enjoying youngberries, blackberries, raspberries, tayberries, boysenberries, blueberries, gooseberries, red and blackcurrants and more… Strawberries have their chance to shine and there are sections devoted to figs, which are also cultivated at Hillcrest, as well as to imported varieties like cranberries, currants and black cherries.

The winners of the book, Berried Treasures from Hillcrest Berries are:

  • Jacqui Biess
  • Brenda James
  • Tebogo Mohlola
  • Susan Owen
  • Christie-Anne Wolmarans
  • Irene Collett
  • Val Hamann
  • Marlene Croucamp
  • Nita Kind
  • Vanda Cittenden

If you entered and didn’t win a copy, you can still purchase a copy of the book! For more info and a sample recipe, see our Book Review at: Hillcrest Berries.

We wish you all Happy baking & cooking!

Hillcrest Berries

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