Stanger's Cookshop of Jesmond in Newcastle-upon-Tyne is the official cookware and kitchen equipment supplier to a new series of 'The Hungry Sailors'.

Stanger’s Cookshop supplies ‘The Hungry Sailors’

Stanger’s Cookshop of Jesmond in Newcastle-upon-Tyne is the official cookware and kitchen equipment supplier to a new series of ‘The Hungry Sailors’.

Stanger's Cookshop supplies 'The Hungry Sailors'

Starting on July 1 at 2pm, father and son cooking duo Dick and James Strawbridge are taking to the high seas again in the new series for ITV1 produced by Denhams Productions.

They are heading back onboard for a culinary voyage around the Cornish coast, taking in the Channel Islands and the Isles of Scilly along the way. Throughout their journey they will be tasting local food, and cooking in their galley kitchen and onshore too, demonstrating a host of recipes inspired by their travels.

Stanger’s Cookshop founder and owner Jessica Stanger-Crosby said: “We were approached by Denham Productions last year. They loved our website and product selection.

“We supplied them with olivewood boards and utensils, knives, terracotta and so on – they were wanting to create a rustic, natural visual as all filmed outdoors.”

All of the items used are available to buy online at www.stangerscookshop.co.uk. Stanger’s Cookshop was a finalist in the Rising Star category of the Housewares Retail Innovation Awards 2013, organised by4 www.HousewaresLive.net and Housewares Magazine.

Check Also

Dunelm launches in-store textile recycling scheme as part of commitment to sustainability

Homewares retailer Dunelm has rolled out out a textile recycling scheme in 10 of its …