Sometimes everything comes together to create the perfect moment – a lovely warm summer’s evening, good company and a delicious barbecue.
Debbie&andrew’s sausages are stuffed with quality meat, which all comes from British farms and is produced to high welfare standards.
To celebrate their new range of Butcher’s Classic Pork and Cumberland sausages, debbie&andrew’s has teamed up with News Shopper to give away two firepits worth £250 each for lucky readers to create their own magical moments this summer.
As well as its classic sausage, which gives you a real taste of the country, the company has plenty of choice – its Harrogate sausage is 97 per cent pork is gluten, wheat and dairy free, while the award-winning Perfect Pork is sheer succulent meatiness.
For a Mediterranean moment, try debbie &andrew’s Sicilian sausage with its melting mozzarella, sundried tomatoes basil and garlic.
As well as the main firepit prizes, five runners up will receive a debbie&andrew’s cooler bag and recipe book too.
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To be in with a chance of winning, all you have do is answer this simple question:
What classic food producer is debbie&andrew’s latest range named after?
Text your answer to 80360, starting your message with NSFIREPIT, leave a space and then put your answer, name, number, email and address.
Or send your entry with your name, address and contact phone number on a postcard or a stuck-down envelope to: Sausages Competition, News Shopper, Mega House, Crest View Drive, Petts Wood, Kent BR5 1BT. Closing date: May 16.
Terms & conditions: Texts cost 50p plus your normal operator text charge. Lines close May 15, at 11.59pm. For full terms, go to newsquest.co.uk/terms
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