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Does your recipe cut the mustard?

PUBLISHED: 16:25 25 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:44 03 July 2010

TIME is running out for budding chefs to prove their recipe cuts the mustard.

The Norwich Heritage Economic and Regeneration Trust (Heart), which took over Colman's Mustard Shop and Museum earlier this year, is running a recipe competition to help celebrate the 10 year anniversary of world famous store being based in the city's Royal Arcade

Part of the prize will see the winning recipe featured on the Christmas menu at The Assembly House Restaurant.

TIME is running out for budding chefs to prove their recipe cuts the mustard.

The Norwich Heritage Economic and Regeneration Trust (Heart), which took over Colman's Mustard Shop and Museum earlier this year, is running a recipe competition to help celebrate the 10 year anniversary of world famous store being based in the city's Royal Arcade

Part of the prize will see the winning recipe featured on the Christmas menu at The Assembly House Restaurant. The prize also includes a meal for two at the restaurant and a selection of Colman's Mustard Shop and Museum goodies.

The deadline for competition is this Saturday.

Christina Lister, communications manager at Norwich Heart, said: “We've had a good response so far, but there's still time to get your entry in.

“The judges will be looking for interesting ways of using mustard, but the recipes don't need to be complicated - sometimes the simplest dishes are the best.”

Recipes can be for sweet or savoury dishes but must feature a Colman's Mustard product and must be original.

The competition is open to all ages. Full details on how to enter are available from the shop, online at www.heritagecity.org or by calling 01603 305575 to request an entry pack.


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