The final of The Taste. Nine weeks of nail-biting, break-neck tension, tantrums and triumphs and flights of unimaginable culinary imagination - and that was just Ludo Lefebvre. Now it was down to the last four - and the chance to win, um, a large sort of metal rectangle trophy thing and the accolades of the world’s cookery elite.
A fantastic treat for St Patrick's Day. Wonderfully rich and moist, it keeps for up to a week. The Guinness adds moisture and a subtle “hoppy” flavour to the cake. There's no chocolate inside, but lots of cocoa. Karen shares how to make this all-in-one celebratory cake.
Felicity takes a trip over to Borough Market to visit the Bread Ahead bakery and to meet the bakers that have championed the loaf and other baking delights.
We're continued to be delighted by the dessert entries in the Godiva Chocolate Challenge competition
. Ren's elegant dessert is very simple to make. A combination of a chilled white chocolate dessert with a warm dark chocolate sauce produces an ideal texture, which is sure to both delight your guests too.
Becca decides to cook her favourite Chinese takeaway dish - Egg Fu Yung. A delicious omelette, combining eggs with ingredients typically used in Asian cooking. Discover how suprisingly easy it is to recreate this tasty dish.
By way of a sad farewell to the British game season, Victoria thought she’d indulge in a final fling for British Pie Week with a venison and beetroot pie. But not just any pie. This is a gluten free pie made with homemade puff pastry.