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August 27, 2017
The BBC's latest cooking programme has arrived.
As ever, people wish for it to be The Great British Bake Off replacement. It is not. It is a new programme and as with the Bake Off will take time to grow on people.
It is a competitive food show, presented by Zoe Ball and Nadiya Hussain, in which two families face a series of challenges based on the realities of everyday meals, cooking up their favourite dishes both in the studio and in their own homes. At the end of each show, judges Giorgio Locatelli and Rosemary Shrager will decide which family make it through to the next round. You do not get to see the same contestants each week so will not build up the same affinity to individual contestants as with the bake off.
Cast & Crew
Presenter Zoe Ball
Presenter Nadiya Hussain
Judge Giorgio Locatelli
Judge Rosemary Shrager
We particularly like Nadiya Hussein as she gets on with people in a natural way and appears to put the contestants at ease.
So far so good. It is easy to watch and Rosemary Shrager gives it a little edge to stop it being too bland. She even argued with a contestant about having brussel sprouts as a pizza topping this week. She was completely dismissive which a judge shouldnt really be even before tasting an offering.
Our favourite recipe from this week was the Braised Pork Belly with Mushrooms. We'll be giving this a try. Recipe is as follows:
Braised pork belly with mushrooms
This rich and fragrant dish would go well with salt and pepper tofu, a crisp cucumber salad and steamed rice.
August 29, 2017
Great blog! Rosemary Shrager certainly gives it a bit of spice! I love the fact that it’s all about family meals and thanks for the recipe I’ll certainly be trying it too!
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