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Work With Me


Thank you for your interest in working together. I work with a number of companies large and small to help promote their brands. Following is a list of services I can provide including prices.


I write personalised recipes for businesses hoping to build their brand. The recipes which include up to five photographs can either be posted here on my site or be sent to you to post on your own site. If they are on my site, I am happy to include links to information about your products and services. Please let me know if you have any special requirements.

All recipes will be between 400 and 600 words and will be promoted through my social media channels.


1 recipe post = £75.00

3 recipe posts = £210.00

5 recipe post = £300.00

Please contact me if you require more recipes for prices.

Submitting Products For Review

I am very happy to review books, products and services that I feel will be of interest to my readers. The integrity of my site is very important to me and my reviews will be my honest opinion of the product/service. If you would like a full review written of 400 to 600 words, I charge £75.00. The review will feature up to five photographs of the product and the post will be promoted through my social network channels.

If you are a supplier of fresh ingredients or cookery products, I may be interested in featuring your products in recipes and blog posts. In some cases, payment for these  promotional posts could be through product rather than monetary payment.

Banner Adds

I will allow banner adds on my site as long as the product being promoted is in line with the subject matter on my site.

Top banner = £150 per month (3 month minimum)

Side banner – £75.00 per month (3 month minimum)

Sponsoring Giveaways

I am interested in products and services for upcoming competitions. The competitions will be promoted through my social networks Twitter, Facebook and Google Plus. These offer an outstanding way of building your social brand. I charge £75.00 for a 400 word post.

Restaurant Reviews

I love visiting restaurant especially when I get a chance to learn a few tricks from the chef. Once I’ve visited a restaurant that I like, I am more than happy to try the chef’s recipes and post them on my blog. Every time I do, your restaurant and chef will get a mention. I will also link to your restaurant so that people can get more information.

If this is of interest to you, please get in touch.


£100 plus travel and hotel expenses where applicable.

13 Responses to “Work With Me”

  1. Hi Dan,

    Tried contacting you via Twitter direct message to find out how to send you a sample of the Tamarind and Carrot Chutney, but never received a response. Perhaps that link is turned off, so I’m using this avenue to get an address to ship out the products for review. You can PM me or email the details and I’ll get you a sample sent through the mail.



  2. glyn mills says:

    The recipe for Cumin Chicken there is in the list of ingredients it lists 250g tomatoes but not in the method section, is that as an alternative to 250g chicken stock? Also the chilli’s do you de-seed them?

    • Dan Toombs says:

      Hi Glyn

      Thanks for pointing that out. Use the tomatoes. They work really well. With regard to the chilies, it’s up to you. I leave the seeds because they are spicy and I like it. If you don’t like a lot of spice, remove them.


  3. Mike says:

    Hi Dan i have made the base curry sauce as in the chicken saagwala recipe,can i use the same base curry sauce to make a fish or veggy curry ? thanks Mike

    • Dan Toombs says:

      Hi Mike

      You can use the base sauce with any of the Indian restaurant curries on my site and in my book. You can also use it to make up your own curry blends. Good luck.


  4. Ben Crosby says:

    Hi Dan,
    I would be interested in donating a prize in return for a mention or 2 about the shop, cookware or a knife etc.
    would you be interested?

  5. Christine says:

    Hiya Dan

    If I wanted to make mushroom bhaji, do I use the same recipe for Bombay aloo?’ But swapping the potatoes for mushrooms?

    • Dan Toombs says:

      Hi Christine

      For mushroom bhaji like you see at curry houses, that would work just fine. That is what most people want when making mushroom bhaji.


  6. Hi Dan,

    I have just set up an new online seafood website however I’m really struggling to generate interaction and attention. (Its not as easy as I thought)

    I was wondering if I could send you a sample box of our products for you to try and review if possible?
    My website is

    If you feel its not something you would do that ok. I’m sorry to have bugged you.

    Thanks for reading

  7. Anu says:

    Hi Dan

    A special pork recipe from South India native to a place called Coorg.I am sure you would enjoy this one.

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