Surrey'€™s First Celebrity Leftover Cookbook
12th November 2010
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A football legend and a Strictly Come Dancing winner are among the stars to contribute to Surrey’s first ever celebrity leftover cookbook. Match of the Day presenter and ex-England captain Gary Lineker and celebrity dancers, Camilla Dallerup and Flavia Cacace have given their leftover recipes to the free publication as part of Surrey Waste Partnership’s campaign to reduce food waste.


The book, ‘Why not give your leftovers a makeover’, is part of the campaign to encourage residents to reduce their food waste. Ten celebrities have backed the Love Food Surrey campaign by each offering a leftover dish.


Featured TV Chef Prue Leith said: “Eating up everything or not wasting the leftovers is not just good for the economy and the environment, it is also very satisfying and makes you feel happily smug!”


Surrey Waste Partnership chairman Jean Pearson said: “We all have responsibility to curb the culture of waste and not throw away food that can be used again. We hope that people follow the lead of Surrey’s famous faces and use these recipes to make significant savings.”


To get your free copy of the limited edition celebrity cookbook, send an A5 stamped addressed envelope (1st class is 66p / 2nd class is 51p) to:



Love Food Surrey,

County Hall,

Penryhn Road,




or visit to download an electronic copy.


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