It's day two of our very own Fenland Come Dine With Me final sponsored by Echo Falls
FENLAND S own Come Dine With Me competition moved to Wimblington last night as Editor John Elworthy sat down to his second scrumptious dinner in two nights. This time he was the guest of Joanne Rose whose entry to the competition – sponsored by Echo Fal
FENLAND'S own 'Come Dine With Me' competition moved to Wimblington last night as Editor John Elworthy sat down to his second scrumptious dinner in two nights.
This time he was the guest of Joanne Rose whose entry to the competition - sponsored by Echo Falls- was one of the three finalists selected by a panel of judges headed by Mr Elworthy.
Over three nights this week the Editor is joining Cambs Times and Wisbech Standard readers who submitted entries for the competition.
Mr Elworthy said he would not be disclosing the winning menus until after he visits Chatteris tonight for the final meal, after which the judging will take place.
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"All I can say at this stage is that Joanne pulled out all the stops and served up an incredible meal," he said. "This really is turning out to be an enormously difficult job- not so much enjoying the company and the dinners but deciding which one will win the �1,000.
"That's the really hard part of it."
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Competition entrants were invited to put together a three course meal and the selected finalists were then asked to prepare and serve it to the Editor.
"What has also been fascinating is getting out and meeting some of our readers, and in a hugely convivial and relaxed atmosphere," he said.
"Both families have been great company and it's been a real pleasure to meet them over dinner.