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Great British Food Revival: The Revolution Continues: 16 celebrated chefs create mouth-watering recipes with the UK's finest ingredients

Blanche Vaughan

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Prose: non-fiction, TV / celebrity chef cookbooks

Sixteen of our nation's favourite cooks celebrate more sensational British produce in this exceptional recipe book...

THE GREAT BRITISH FOOD REVIVAL returns this autumn with sixteen of the nation's favourite cooks creating recipes to save the best of our local produce.

Gary Rhodes champions the cherry, Valentine Warner dives deep for shellfish in Wales, Antonio Carluccio celebrates the humble yet delicious beetroot; Jason Atherton savours cabbage; Raymond Blanc creates magical dishes with plums; Ainsley Harriott pops some garden peas; Mary Berry delights with British herbs, Gregg Wallace gets stuck into rhubarb; Michel Roux Jr. plumps for pears; Clarrissa Dickson Wright enjoys garlic; Yotam Ottolenghi discovers British walnuts; John Torode reveals rare breed beefs; James Martin explores eggs and Richard Corrigan fishes for abundant and delicious mackerel.

With more celebrity chefs to be added to this incredible list, THE GREAT BRITISH FOOD REVIVAL II will become the definitive collection of recipes that combine our exceptional local produce with modern flair and creative genius. Rediscover the jewels of our great food heritage with the best of our cooking talent.

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Praise for Great British Food Revival: The Revolution Continues: 16 celebrated chefs create mouth-watering recipes with the UK's finest ingredients

  • Great British Food Revival: The Revolution Continues brings together 16 of the country's finest chefs to suggest the British ingredients they think we should use more often... It again shows that the simplest of ingredients can help create the most delicious dish - THE WEEKLY NEWS

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Blanche Vaughan

Blanche Vaughan is a food writer and chef. She trained at the River Cafe and then worked at Moro and St John. She writes for the GUARDIAN online.


You can follow Blanche on Twitter at https://twitter.com/blanchevaughan

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