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Barbecue beyond the basics

Barbecue just makes everything better. It takes simple ingredients, dishes and techniques and gives them an extra edge, which a frying pan just can’t capture. And there’s so much more you can do on a barbecue than just sausages, corn and burgers (much as we love all three!). That's why this month, we're celebrating all things barbecue here at GBC. We have recipes for everything from home-smoked yoghurt to crispy hispi cabbage. This summer give some new barbecue recipes a try – they’re sure to become a staple.

Have you taken a look at our Signature Series yet? Every Friday we release a brand new masterclass from one of our chefs, where they'll show you how to recreate their favourite dishes at home – exclusively for Great British Chefs Club members.

Have you taken a look at our Signature Series yet? Every Friday we release a brand new masterclass from one of our chefs, where they'll show you how to recreate their favourite dishes at home – exclusively for Great British Chefs Club members.

Spring in our step

With May under way, things are looking decidedly spring-like when it comes to our menus (it’s anyone’s guess when it comes to the weather). With the likes of asparagus, potatoes, lamb, wild garlic and artichokes soon reaching their seasonal best, the bounty of British spring is hard to top. We’ve pulled together plenty of recipe inspiration perfect for the time of year for you get stuck into – we’ll be getting started with a batch of our savoury, zingy ham hock and spring vegetable broth, loaded with pickled chillies. 

The Food and Wines of Spain

Delve into the excellent produce and vibrant restaurants of Spain and get to know its top chefs as we discover what makes the country’s food and drink so special.

Delve into the excellent produce and vibrant restaurants of Spain and get to know its top chefs as we discover what makes the country’s food and drink so special.

Florence Mae Magnaloc

Florence Mae Magnaloc was at university when she opened her Filipino ice cream parlour Mamasons. Today, she also heads up bakery Panadera and restaurant Donia, where she cooks her take on Filipino classics.

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