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To commemorate the Royal British Legion (RBL) turning 100, together with St James’s House they have lovingly produced a hardback cookbook, featuring contributions from the Royal British Legion and members of the British Armed Forces.

To celebrate our close ties with the RBL, in our signing of the Armed Forces Covenant, we are proudly supporting their efforts and sponsoring this beautifully designed cookbook.

Win a copy

Written by serving military personnel and veterans from the Army, RAF and Royal Navy, it marks their centenary by celebrating 100 regions around the world in which the RBL has operated. Each region is represented by a local, authentic recipe and includes a profile of a regional hero to remember their valour, conduct and commitment.

The RBL cookbook also includes guest contributions from celebrity chefs, including: Rick Stein, Jamie Oliver, Ainsley Harriott, Cyrus Todiwala and the Hairy Bikers.

Each copy sold, helps to raise money for the RBL, the country’s largest military charity, with £5 from each copy supporting their valuable work.

Order the Royal British Legion Cookbook today for just £19.95, to be one of the first to receive your copy from.

Pre-order your copy today

Win a copy of the ‘Cooking with Heroes’ Royal British Legion Cookbook

To be in with a chance of winning one of five RBL cookbooks, simply enter our prize draw with your name, address and membership number below.

For more information on the incredible work the Royal British Legion has carried out for 100 years, you can discover more on their website.

Competition closes Friday 11 June 2021.

 

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