Roger Mooking travels across the USA to visit home cooks, pitmasters, and chefs who use inventive ways to cook with fire. Mary makes mouth-watering meals with lashings of naughtiness, including an easy sticky toffee pudding.
Chef Nancy Fuller gathers the best the land has to offer and feeds her friends and family classic, farm fresh meals.
He visits a bustling fish market and a famous bakery.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall throws a special vegetarian night, offering up new twists on cauliflower, squash and chard.
Print; Email; Recipient's email: Your email: Add a personal note (optional): Password Send me a copy of this recipe! Incredibly talented cake artists and designers go above and beyond to design wildly imaginative, mind-blowing cakes for every event and occasion. Trisha invites her friends over for a party complete with a meal and karaoke. He serves up potato cakes with smoked salmon, chicken pot pie and chocolate and cherry lava cake.
Then, he makes a dessert called Baklava. The menu includes bacon corn muffins, shrimp with mango salsa and Florida citrus bars. Trisha’s two friends visit from out of town. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is on a mission to bring simple, tasty food to the everyday table. They serve up skillet sweet potato biscuits and fried chicken thighs. John heads to Alexandria, one of the great cities of the ancient world and still the largest on the Mediterranean. Line a baking tray with greaseproof paper.
Ina assembles a gorgeous seasonal brunch. You may choose to add in dried fruit as a finishing touch at this time. Trisha celebrates her love of Italian cuisine. She serves up lemon thyme bruschetta and dark chocolate ladyfingers. Trisha Yearwood and her sister Beth invite their school friend over to reminisce about old memories over a delicious meal. Trisha invites her friends over for a South Beach-inspired meal. 3) Combine brown sugar and water in a 1L microwave proof glass measuring cup or bowl. Then, he makes one final recipe of Egyptian-style falafel. Trisha invites her friend Glenda over to try on some spooky costumes and test recipes. The menu includes a tamale pie and a spiced chocolate tart. Chef Jack Stein spends time on a farm and helps them fruit pick. Perfect for breakfast with yoghurt and honey. Trisha makes her favourite party dishes for her songwriters and collaborators. She learns about the estate’s organic farm and creates a race day breakfast. She tries her hand at beekeeping, collecting fresh honey to make a delicious pudding. When granola has cooled completely, store in an airtight container. A delicious granola without all the fat. To celebrate Mother's Day, Trisha treats her sister to a meal of her favourites. 5) When the mixture comes out of the oven, it is still very pliable.
Giada invites her family to a Sunday supper via video chat. They must create a pyrotechnics-filled masterpiece honouring the 35th anniversary of A Nightmare on Elm Street. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall celebrates the delights of fresh fruit. Molly Yeh hosts a Halloween party for all her friends and their little monsters. John reflects on the diverse and delicious food he has tasted on his Middle Eastern adventure. Mary visits an allotment in East Sussex and shares recipes with the locals. Mary prepares her favourite dishes to cook on Christmas Day. Mary visits Highclere Castle, the real-life Downton Abbey. 200g chopped pecans or walnuts, or slivered almonds. Baked in the oven, it's easy to make.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall turns his attention to vegetables.
They make a tomato and scallion salad and grilled potato bites.
They prepare steak and avocado rolls, yummy pecan crusted chicken and cheesy rice pilaf. L. Recipe by: Lisa. Giada and her daughter celebrate their love for pizza and pasta.
The menu includes hearty "BLT" sandwiches and chocolate orange bread pudding. To celebrate the adoption anniversary of her dog, Millie, Trisha makes a healthy lunch. On the menu are herby butter bean dip and chicken parm sliders.
They learn more about classic Chinese dishes such as noodles, dumplings and Peking duck. Making your own granola is easy and infinitely better than shop-bought, not to mention cheaper!
Giada video chats with her aunt and mother as she makes some of her favourite family recipes. She makes easy pantry chicken and chocolate peanut butter cookie sandwiches. Please try again. It’s November, and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is getting ready for bonfire night.
It's a simple recipe that uses ingredients I almost always have on hand. Trisha creates a bread-inspired menu while swapping stories with a friend.
The menu includes maple apricot glazed ham and butternut squash bacon polenta bites. Trisha invites her Glam Squad over for an exciting dinner and a live magic show. Make your own healthy homemade breakfast with our delicious granola recipes. Something went wrong. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall goes foraging for ingredients for a wild food banquet.
He uses local produce to create the perfect meal.
Her dishes are perfect for celebrations and family dinners. Later, he visits a friend’s farm to cook an iconic dish called imam bayildi.
He makes a delicious roasted roots crumble, while Pam Corbin makes piccalilli. Country music star and best-selling cookbook author Trisha Yearwood provides access to her kitchen.
The menu includes gnocchi with butter thyme sauce and chicory salad. Trisha celebrates Kentucky Derby season with some extravagant party food. Inspired by guilty-pleasure treats, Trisha cooks a meal of indulgent foods. Trisha and fellow country music singer Lauren Alaina bonded over their love of fast food. Five bakers get wrapped up in creating mummy-inspired cakes.
Her menu includes mini corn dogs, soft pizza pretzels and cotton candy lemonade slushies.
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Turn off your oven and leave granola to sit in the residual heat. They make coffee-glazed doughnuts and vanilla cream soda.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is joined by at River Cottage farm by comedians Robert Webb, Lee Mack and Ruby Wax for a cooking masterclass.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall champions the baking of bread, from simple white loaves to tangy sourdoughs. Lemon-Blueberry Ricotta-Buttermilk Pancakes.
Will they get serious in the kitchen?
On the menu is big apple slaw with honey mustard and cola brisket sliders. The competitor whose little green men wins earns a spot in the finale. He shares his recipe for sweet and sour pig’s trotters and visits an agricultural show. Mary shares a selection of her favourite Christmas recipes. They make poolside treats of picnic pasta and almond butter brownies.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall makes his own luxurious version of beans on toast using broad beans and tomatoes from the garden.
He makes Eton mess, apple fool, and a venison and pear burger.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall gets set for winter with a campfire feast. When the bloodbath is over, the survivor will be crowned as champion.
Then, they must conjure up monster-under-the-bed creations.
Plus, he shares his recipe for pork rillons.
Later, he makes his own version of a spicy potato cake. On the menu is grey squirrel with carrots, onions and celery and fresh oysters. Trisha’s friend Kristin Chenoweth visits Nashville for a proper Southern experience.
The unique fresh produce they catch proves perfect for one of Jack's favourite meals, clams with XO sauce. 5) When the mixture comes out of the oven, it is still very pliable.
In a bowl mix oats, sunflower seeds, almonds and walnuts.
Recipes include Genoese sponge cake and lemon curd muffins, game pies, cheesy tarts and real ginger beer. Stir until thoroughly mixed.
On the menu are roasted taco lime chicken and bacon dirty rice.
Giada demonstrates how to cook easy and delicious dishes to satisfy the whole family.
This recipe calls for almonds but you can use any nuts you like - it's always delicious! This sweet, crunchy homemade granola combines porridge oats with peanuts, wheatgerm, honey, dark brown sugar and vanilla. Trisha invites Kelsea Ballerini over to share stories from their journeys in country music. The 10 competing bakers introduce themselves with edible place cards and one-bite signature holiday desserts. Spread the granola onto cookie sheets and bake 45 minutes to 1 hr or until golden and crunchy. She makes venison, cock-a-leekie soup and cranachan. You can add other ingredients such as wheat germ, other nuts or dried fruit. On the menu is cherry and lime slushie and French bread pizza.
And, she shares the joys of venison cooked on a barbecue. She makes an array of spooky treats including ghost hand pies and broccoli franken tots.
Trisha Yearwood hosts a music-themed tailgate party. A local food expert gives John a tour of Dubai’s most authentic Middle Eastern eateries. Plus, she shows her granddaughter how to make her own goat’s cheese. The menu features chicken with chickpeas and chocolate hazelnut banana bread.
She makes stuffed peppers, roasted butternut squash hummus and more!