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Tom Kerridge's Best Ever Dishes

  • Season 1
  • 6 episodes
  • Food

Summary

Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge shows how to cook the best ever versions of the food everyone loves to eat, turning ordinary dishes into extraordinary ones.

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Episode 6: Lush Lunches

Summary

The Michelin-starred chef demonstrates recipes for livening up lunches, beginning with tomato soup made with fresh produce and thickened with bread. He then gives his own twist to a classic ham and mushroom pie, makes crispy duck salad with an Asian-style dressing and visits a steelworks in York to prepare Pittsburgh black-and-blue steak sandwiches for the staff. For dessert, Tom serves up a light muscovado cream topped with fruit that can be made in advance and is the perfect lunch time treat.
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Review

Rating: 3 out of 5.

You may already have tried out Tom’s best-ever tomato soup because we ran the recipe in last week’s issue. It is, as he says, proper lush and should persuade you to keep the tinned version stored away in your cupboard.

In the last edition of the series he also makes a ham pie, a spicy fruit pud and an Asian salad that he describes as a party in your mouth. Although this being Tom it’s “an early 90s hip-hop video pool-party” sort of party. I’ve grown to enjoy his silly, enthusiastic descriptions and endearingly messy ways. I’ve always loved the look of his food.

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PresenterTom Kerridge

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Executive producerBridget Boseley
Series producerSally Wingate
Series producerTanya Gottlieb

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  • Episode 6

    Lush Lunches

    - , Food Network

    Summary

    The Michelin-starred chef demonstrates recipes for livening up lunches, beginning with tomato soup made with fresh produce and thickened with bread. He then gives his own twist to a classic ham and mushroom pie, makes crispy duck salad with an Asian-style dressing and visits a steelworks in York to prepare Pittsburgh black-and-blue steak sandwiches for the staff. For dessert, Tom serves up a light muscovado cream topped with fruit that can be made in advance and is the perfect lunch time treat.
    Recommended

    Review

    Rating: 3 out of 5.

    You may already have tried out Tom’s best-ever tomato soup because we ran the recipe in last week’s issue. It is, as he says, proper lush and should persuade you to keep the tinned version stored away in your cupboard.

    In the last edition of the series he also makes a ham pie, a spicy fruit pud and an Asian salad that he describes as a party in your mouth. Although this being Tom it’s “an early 90s hip-hop video pool-party” sort of party. I’ve grown to enjoy his silly, enthusiastic descriptions and endearingly messy ways. I’ve always loved the look of his food.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Details

    Formats
    Colour | HD | WIDE

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    PresenterTom Kerridge

    Crew

    rolename
    Executive producerBridget Boseley
    Series producerSally Wingate
    Series producerTanya Gottlieb
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