Prue Leith’s Cotswold Kitchen

Prue Leith’s Cotswold Kitchen

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Week 13 2024 : Sat 23 Mar - Fri 29 Mar

Wed 13 Mar 2024

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Prue Leith’s Cotswold Kitchen

Series overview

In this new series, Prue Leith opens the doors to her Cotswold Kitchen, sharing cherished recipes, tips, and handy culinary hacks. Joined by her husband John and a cast of special friends, including Sandi Toksvig, Alison Hammond and chef Tommy Banks, each episode is a unique culinary adventure. Beyond the kitchen, Prue celebrates her personal food heroes both locally and beyond.  And husband John gets to grips with a varied mix of country activities on offer in the Cotswolds. The series is a celebration of food, friendship and fun – with easy-to-cook recipes for every occasion.

Episode 4

Prue is joined in the kitchen by food campaigner and author Henry Dimbleby. As well as showing her how to make a one-pot veggie dish – Black Bean Shakshuka – he’ll be lifting the lid on the school dinner revolution he’s been leading. We hear from children in one of the schools benefiting from the scheme, which places chefs who normally work at high-end restaurants, in school kitchens instead. Meanwhile husband John is dispatched to catch dinner, as he tries his hand netting trout at a nearby fish farm. As always Prue has some handy hacks she’s keen to share – a simple homemade guacamole and tortilla chips from shop-bought wraps. After John laments the lack of cakes being made at home, Prue digs out her whisk, and has a go at an Orange and Polenta Upside Down Cake. And after he returns from trying to catch dinner, John tries his hand at a herb garden vodka and tonic cocktail. Served alongside her kale crisps and bulgur-wheat salad, will it get Prue’s seal of approval?




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