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Fresh Fish To Your Door Contest – Week One

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You could be the winner of a box of seasonal fresh fish worth £30.00!

Great news!

Having tried and very much liked the fresh fish supplied by John at Delish Fish, I have decided to promote his excellent service together with Karen at Lavender and Lovage with a weekly draw.

Karen writes a great food blog and specialises in traditional British and French food. If you’re looking for a great seafood recipe, you’ll hopefully find it on one of our blogs. :)

We both love seafood and want to promote using the best, ethically sourced seafood through our recipes. Karen and I will be trading off each week promoting seafood and running this exciting draw.

Delish Fish offers a special service delivering fresh fish to your door anywhere in the mainland UK. A selection of fresh filleted fish could soon be arriving on your doorstep.

All you need to do to enter is choose one or all of the entry options below.

So what do you have to lose?

Enter today.

We’ll keep the recipes coming.

Good Luck!


Contest winner will be decided with the help of Rafflecopter.

Disclosure: The prize for this contest is being supplied free of charge by Delish Fish

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To visit the Delish Fish Website and learn more about their service, please click here.

32 Responses to “Fresh Fish To Your Door Contest – Week One”

  1. Angela C says:

    Wow my computer crashed and dumped the comment i submitted!

    I love your crab crusted salmon with coconut and saffron sauce, i don’t know whether i’ll change it but i’d certainly wanna try it!

    • Dan Toombs says:

      Hi Angela

      Thank you very much for that. I love the crab crusted salmon recipe. Good luck with the contest. Be sure to give that salmon recipe a try. :)

  2. rachel humphries says:

    Followed on twitter rghosthert
    subscribed rachel ghostheart, rachel humphries
    really like the Pan steamed salmon with rich coconut sauce. Not sure if im brave anough to change anything

    • Dan Toombs says:

      Thank you very much for entering the competition Rachel. I love the steamed salmon dish too. Really getting into salmon these days. :)

  3. Galina V says:

    Hi, can we comment about any fish recipe from your blog? (I can’t see any recipes in the post above?)
    Love the recipe for the lemon sole fish fingers Indian style, sounds like something my guys would enjoy, and I wouldn’t change anything. :)

  4. Grazing Kate says:

    Hi Dan
    I didn’t try out your prawn dhansak recipe this evening as I promised I would, and funnily enough my excuse is that I was setting up my own first competition on my blog (should be live tomorrow or Friday) and I had no time to cook the curry base sauce.

    Sooo, the way I changed your recipe was to cook the Jamie Oliver 30 Minute Dinner recipe for red prawn curry instead. Sorry, what a traitor I am!

    I hope the competition runs smoothly and thanks for your twitter advice.

  5. Mandy says:

    Hi Dan, have subscribed at last! What’s your best Korma recipe? My daughter is a big korma kid! And your fave Southern fish curry for me?!

  6. Karen says:

    Fabulous competition Dan and I am thrilled to be working with you and John of course, whose fish is legendary in my house!

  7. Maxine says:

    Rafflecopter isn’t loading for me, so will try again later, but just wanted to say that we tried the blackened salmon with coriander and lime sauce and it was lovely! we’ve also experimented with the spice rub, and sometimes use a creole or cajun spice mix too – works wonderfully. Thanks for wonderful inspiring recipes!

    • Dan Toombs says:

      Thank you Maxine.

      Rafflecopter was running a bit slow for me too but it’s now up.

      I’m really happy you like my recipes. Cheers.

  8. Cheryll H says:

    Def would not change any recipe! I always find if I stick to a recipe then the food turns out well… Experimenting with food and me don’t mix :P

  9. Joanne Blunt says:

    I’m so glad I found your blog. I love cooking but I’m not very confident so I need a good recipe to follow. I’m going to try your Chicken Biryani as it looks delicious. I don’t know if I would change anything.

  10. How much would I like to win a box full of fish? Oh, you have no idea just how much. LOL I’m pondering possibilities already. :)

  11. Aga Girls says:

    I wouldn’t change it until I had made it to the recipe first.

  12. tamalyn roberts says:

    i would try the halibut curry recipe. i wouldnt change anything in the recipe as i am not that great with curries and i havent tried a fish curry so its definately on my list to do now. thanks

  13. Jane Willis says:

    I can’t see any recipe to comment on changes to, but I always look forward to your daily emails dropping into my inbox and i wouldn’t change any of them….. oh hang on a minute, I’ll be trying last night’s curried steak and kidney pud but I’ll be leavng the kidneys out as I can’t eat them.

  14. Gillian Holmes says:

    I can’t see the recipe either but chances are I would be sparing with the curry, I prefer it very mild having wasted ingredients in the past producing something I could not eat.

  15. Ian Campbell says:

    All the recipes look absolutely fab, I wouldn’t change any of them – in short, this excellent blog has served up a rich and diverse selection of tasty treats:)

  16. Ian Campbell says:

    Also, I’ve subscribed to your blog via e-mail.

  17. Hazel says:

    Panned Steamed Salmon with a Rich and Creamy Coconut Sauce sounds delicious. I’d try it with salmon first but then would try it with Coley as it’s much cheaper.

  18. emma cella says:

    i would try the halibut curry recipe. i wouldnt change anything in the recipe

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