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Bavarois Recipes - Great British Chefs


FREEBavarois is a type of set cream made from custard, whipped cream and gelatine. The cream dates back to the 19th century, with bavarois central to several classic Victorian desserts – try … ... See Details

Challenging Recipes - Great British Chefs


FREEOur collection of challenging recipes require dedication to create some stunning dishes. Simon Hulstone is renowned for producing dishes of real invention and this his camp fire and … ... See Details

Michelin-starred Chefs' Favourite Pubs - Great British Chefs


FREEMichelin-starred chefs and their favourite pubs. Whether it’s for the food, the atmosphere or just the fact that they serve a really good pint, these are the pubs that some of Britain’s most … ... See Details

How to Prepare a Fillet of Beef - Great British Chefs


FREE1. Place the beef fillet flat on a large chopping board and dry off any blood or moisture with a clean tea towel. 2. Begin by running your fingers between the main part of the meat and the … ... See Details

The Complete Guide To Beef Cuts - Great British Chefs


FREEIt comes from the lower middle of the cow’s back and does the least work of all the beef cuts, making it incredibly tender. It also contains very little fat, which means there’s no need to cook … ... See Details

How to Make Buttercream - Great British Chefs


FREE1. Whisk the butter until light and fluffy. 2. Sift over half of the icing sugar and whisk until fully combined. 3. Sift over the second half of the icing sugar and whisk again. You can add a dash … ... See Details

How to Cook New Potatoes - Great British Chefs


FREEJersey Royals, as with all the finest ingredients, are best cooked simply. Boil for 10–15 minutes (depending on size) then toss with a generous knob of good-quality, salted butter and some … ... See Details

How to Cook John Dory - Great British Chefs


FREEJohn Dory is a salt water fish, known for its white, meaty flesh which is delicate and sweet. The meat might be delicious, but John Dory isn't the prettiest, or the most economical of fish. It … ... See Details

Best Restaurants in Bath - Great British Chefs


FREE66 Walcot Street, Bath. Sam’s Kitchen – a popular Bathonian lunch hotspot serving an enticing array of small plates, salads and cakes. Locals stop by on their way to work for a quick coffee … ... See Details

Everything You Need To Know About The Piadina - Great British …


FREEPiadine are also best served warm, or even better, fresh off a testo Romagnolo. As well as binding the fillings together, heating these fabulous flatbreads facilitates an essential step in … ... See Details

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