UK TV competition Come Dine With Me is inviting applicants to take part in the first vegan special episodes in Bristol and Bath
UK vegans, the time has come! Come Dine With Me is inviting applicants to take part in the show’s first-ever plant-based special.
The cult TV cooking show is reaching out to vegans and vegetarians in Bath and Bristol to host special vegan episodes as part of its latest series.
Come Dine With Me brings four complete strangers together for a week, each night one of the contestants will host a 3-course meal in their house in order to impress their fellow contestants.
The best host of the week wins the prize of £1000 and exclusive bragging rights.
Furthermore, the Channel 4 hit TV show was first aired in 2005 and the show celebrated its 45 season (and counting) last July.
How to enter
Consequently, due to covid guidelines, this series will not be filmed in the contestant’s home, but rather at an independent location.
As expected, the latest news has brought much excitement to vegans in the South West.
Vegan Food & Living was contacted by the producers of the show to spread the news to our followers.
On our social media posts, people flocked to the comments to express their excitement and share the news with friends.
One comment read: “Love this. I was asked years ago to do this but was not prepared to dine with meat-eaters so well done #c4“.
Another user added: “It’s finally happening”.
The closing date for entries is the 10th of September, so be sure to get your applications in.
We can’t wait to watch the plant-based special. This is a chance for vegans to showcase their creativity and love for good food.
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