From a TV chef to family favourites, book has got it all

(left to right) Alisha Haines (9), Molly King (10), Ruth Butler Vice-Chairman of the school governors and mother of a child at the school, Heidi Butcher (6), Harry Godden (9), and Oliver Summerill (10) with John Sanders Print Minder and Carrol Reed both from Bishops Printers''''Picture: Malcolm Wells (123540-6683)

(left to right) Alisha Haines (9), Molly King (10), Ruth Butler Vice-Chairman of the school governors and mother of a child at the school, Heidi Butcher (6), Harry Godden (9), and Oliver Summerill (10) with John Sanders Print Minder and Carrol Reed both from Bishops Printers''''Picture: Malcolm Wells (123540-6683)

From left, Ella Rose, five, Emily Rose, five, and Louise Rose, 13. The Sir William Dupree & Phyllis Loe Chess Tournament, taking place at Portsmouth High School in April, is aimed at young people of all ages.

CAPTION: From left, Ella and Emily Rose, five, and Louise Rose, 13.

Battle of intellect for the 2017 chess title

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FROM tried and tested family suppers to dishes from a Michelin-starred restaurant, a school’s new recipe book has it all.

‘My favourite recipe in the entire book is Izzy’s Tomato Soup.

‘It’s delicious with a nice dollop of sour cream on the top, very full-bodied.

‘It’s wonderful as a starter but I think it’s good enough as a meal on it’s own. Delicious.

‘For main I would go for the beautiful black bream fish dish given to us by the Robin Hood Inn, on The Green.

‘It comes on a bed of crayfish and risotto and is definitely something I’d serve at a dinner party.

‘Greg Wallace, from MasterChef, was kind enough to support our recipe book and it’s his baked apple dumplings wrapped in pastry that I’d choose for dessert.’

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