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Lewes bonfire society to light up TV with recipe
7:50am Monday 18th March 2013 in News
A bonfire society’s tasty food will feature on television as it marks its centenary.
South Street Bonfire Society in Lewes kicked off celebrations for its 100th year by raising a glass of Harveys’ Bonfire Boy ale with Tom Parker Bowles, a judge on ITV’s home recipe show Food Glorious Food.
The group, which was founded to participate in Lewes’ annual bonfire celebrations, entered its special stew and dumplings into the south east heat of the competition.
It will feature on the programme when it airs on Wednesday at 8pm.
The meal, which is made out of South Downs mutton, has also earned its place in the accompanying recipe book to the series.
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