My 15 minutes of fame!

My 15 minutes of fame with Seabrook Crisps

Two weeks ago I ventured all the way up to Bradford for my 15 minutes of fame.

After winning #crispsarnie competition hosted by Seabrook Crisps my recipe was put on a giant billboard in Bradford, the home of Seabrook.

I was invited to take part in a photo shot next to “my billboard”. It was an amazing experience! Seeing my name on this giant advert was really something special.

I was met by two lovely PR ladies and the photographer arrived shortly after. It was an extremely windy and at times wet day, so not ideal but hey ho…It was such a rush anyway.

My 15 minutes of fame with Seabrook Crisps.

I love photography, but usually only when I am behind the camera. It was quite weird modelling for someone who had a full brief of pictures that needed taking. It wasn’t easy and I felt like a fool at times but it was an incredible experience and I am so happy I decided to do it. The photographer was extremely nice and helpful and despite stress and poor weather I really had a lot of fun doing it. I did however gain an incredible respect for models; I have no idea how you can do it all day long girls.

My 15 minutes of fame with Seabrook Crisps .

“Everyone is supposed to have 15 minutes of fame in their life – I would have never thought that it would be a crisp sarnie that would put me and my creation on a billboard for all to see! It was great fun coming up with my recipe and I’m delighted it will be going in to a recipe book to inspire others.” – that was my quote which is now being published by different news outlets including my local Bedfordshire News 🙂

And yes, there is an e-book with recipes. If you want you can download it here.

My 15 minutes of fame with Seabrook Crisps ...

When I started blogging I had no idea that it would bring me such joy and so many amazing and unique experiences. It is truly the best hobby (just after competitions)…

Talking about competition, I have a small giveaway for you.

The lovely people at Seabrook Crisps have agreed to ship one box of their finest lattice crisps to one of you lucky people.

If you fancy trying some of these lovely Yorkshire crisps just follow me on Twitter and RT this tweet:

Follow and RT @AgataPokutycka to win a case of Lovingly Made in Yorkshire @SeabrookCrisps Full T&C at:

1. Open to UK readers only.
2. One obligatory entry per reader – follow me and RT as stated above. Extra RT will count as additional entries.
3. There will be 1 winner in total.
4. Winner will receive 1 x box of Seabrook Lattice Crisps.
5. Winner will be picked at random and informed within 7 working days via Twitter.
6. Winner will have 7 working days to claim the prize, after this time, a new winner will be selected.
7. Closing date is 28-10-2014 at 23:59pm, an entry made after this time will not be counted.

Good Luck!


Winner update

Well done to @mike_mellish

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