Wednesday, 11 November 2015

What's Cookin! Giveaway



I don't know about you, when I am cooking I like to have a relaxed environment, not easily achievable with family in and out, getting in the way, helping themselves to ingredients and then urging me to hurry up as they are apparently 'starving!'

If I plan it well I get some moments where I cook in peace and love a bit of music to accompany me.

So the idea of a CD for a foodie lover with recipes to cook along while you listen, really sounds great. The music is mellow, sort of relaxed and I can imagine a glass of wine, evening, good aromas and the promise of tasty food. 







Reole has a fab recipe for a traditional Kiwi dish as in New Zealand, so I could get an idea of 'whats cookin!'

Its a really unique Christmas gift for somebody who likes to cook, likes mellow music, bit of a change from flavoured oil or a set or  and aprons!!

Five readers can treat themselves or treat a foodie lovie friend or relative to a copy.

Read on to find out how!!




Funkmaster general Reole is following up his dazzling album ‘Hear Come The Drums’ with an equally incredible offering ‘What’s Cookin.’ 
Listen to 'Got Your Back Girl':



Reole started his musical life playing brass in Mardi Gras parades. Later, once back in Scotland, he then set about the airwaves with Ritchie Ruftone on pirate radio and pioneered the introduction of illicit underground Broadcasting across Europe – from Scotland, Germany and beyond.

A harmonious multiculturist, Reole is a huge American football fan and that energy and passion comes across in his music. The number 13 has always been his address, is his lucky number and his albums all have 13 tracks.

Reole also runs Turntable Training Wax which demonstrates his dedication not only to the performance of music but to its preservation of vinyl for future generations.
‘What’s Cookin’ is sure to set ears twitching and tummy’s rumbling everywhere with its blend of instrumental funk, jazz and classic rock. It’s an album with subtle touches and fantastic production.
Get hold of what Reole’s been cooking up on December 4th or win 1 of 5 copies

The giveaway runs until the 7th December at midnight. 

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36 comments:

  1. I'm relaxed when listening to my 80's music.x

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  2. I enjoy cooking to music like The Eagles
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  3. Has to be the Micky mouse hot dog song but now I have it in my head!

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  4. i love cooking, i feel relaxed when cooking (or baking) by listening to the radio but when im cooking for someone new or loads more people than im used to i feel the pressure! even music cant help me then

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  5. sing for my pie

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  6. I make a really spicy beef chilli and the only song that I can think of that goes with it is...Spice Girls 'Spice Up Your Life'

    Sarah xx

    thingssarahloves.blogspot.co.uk

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  7. having the house to myself and some old 90s classics on relaxes me

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  8. i would say 'American pie' song would be good for 'Apple pie'.

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  9. When cooking I tend to have some 80s classics on. This weekend will be the first play of Christmas songs for stir up Sunday

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  10. Running out of space winds me up no end!

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  11. i'll cook to the local radio great songs on that x

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  12. the stripper theme song while making brekkie as morecambe and wise did lol

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  13. Ohio Express - Yummy Yummy Yummy for any form of baking!!

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  14. Lately I just get to cook (and everything else) to nursery rhymes. Sing a song of sixpence all the way :)

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  15. Green Onions by Booker T & The MG's form making Fajitas or Chilli Con Carne.

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  16. like listening to phone in radio stations.

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  17. I like to relax listening to a bit of jazz.

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  18. with the heat of my curies I think the best song in Fire starter by prodigy

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  19. Kofte Tagine with rice - Aicha by Cheb Khalid. Beautiful dish, beautiful song

    EJ Dunn

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  20. What a wonderful world - happy song, happy times :)

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  21. Mine would be spaghetti bolounese and Ava Maria xxx

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  22. Strawberry Fields Forever whilst I'm making strawberry meringue gateau :)

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  23. I always think Bob Marley suits a BBQ on a nice hot summers day..

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  24. I like my music when I am cooking

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  25. love listening to music while Im burning food

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  26. Ring of Fire by Johnny Cash goes great with my homemade chilli

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  27. Love listening to Christmas tapes at this time of year on my old cassette player. Makes it worth while being stuck in the kitchen!

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  28. Soufflé - Beat it by Michael Jackson!

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  29. 80s music keeps me young and relaxes me.
    G. Williamson

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