Free Pack of Pasta!; PERSONAL PROMOTION; GET A TASTY FREE MEAL . . . AND THE CHANCE TO WIN A HOLIDAY IN ROME!

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Free Pack of Pasta!; PERSONAL PROMOTION; GET A TASTY FREE MEAL . . . AND THE CHANCE TO WIN A HOLIDAY IN ROME!


If you love pasta, you've come to the right place . . . because we're giving you a FREE bag of your favourite food, a DELICIOUS new pasta recipe and an EXCLUSIVE chance to pick the winner of a top food award . . . plus the chance to win a FABULOUS weekend in Rome!

Personal magazine is supporting this year's Pasta Challenge - a series of awards organised by the British Pasta Products Association. We're sponsoring the Pasta Food Personality of The Year Award, which will be decided by your telephone votes. Listed above right are the names of six food celebrities. Decide who has most inspired your interest in food in the last year and ring their voteline. One reader picked at random from those who vote for our winner will win a fabulous weekend for two in Rome from Italian Escapades. You'll also be invited to a glittering awards ceremony on May 20 to meet the celebrity winner.

And that's not all - for a whole month we're offering you the chance to pick up a FREE pasta product every week. This week you can get a free 500g pack of Safeway Conchiglie, worth 45p. Simply cut out the coupon on the right and take it to your nearest participating Safeway store by Saturday, April 4, 1998.

Pasta is a great healthy option - it gives you energy, it's low in fat, high in fibre, and has no added sugar or salt.

Now here's a way of turning your pack of Conchiglie into a mouth-watering meal the whole family will enjoy:

MONDAY NIGHT PASTA

SERVES FOUR

500g Safeway Conchiglie Pasta Shells

1 onion

1 clove garlic

l00g/1/4 Ib mushrooms

l00g/1/4 lb streaky bacon

l00g/1/4 Ib cooked chicken

50g/2oz peas

50g/2oz sweetcorn

1 can condensed chicken soup

A little olive oil for sauteing

Fresh chopped herbs

Seasoning

1 Cook and drain the pasta. …

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