He’s currently on the lookout for Britain’s Best Home Cook, and was behind one of London’s top restaurants - we’re joined by chef Dan Doherty as he serves up his summer-proof chicken mustard and tarragon pie.
He’s tried his hand at being everything from a policeman to a binman for the day. Today, Gino is ‘at your service’ once again and this week he’s trying his hand at becoming... an English teacher!
Gino spends the day at a Manchester primary school helping teach an English lesson, and assisting the kitchen staff as they prepare lunch for the pupils.
Heinz is set to drop the name of Salad Cream for the first time in 104 years, because so few people actually use the product on salads.
Instead it could be called Sandwich Cream. But what do you think of the proposed name change?
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The weather is warming up and it’s the perfect time to enjoy a fresh summer salad. But forget a shop bought version with boring cucumber, tomato and iceberg lettuce, Phil Vickery’s going to show you some brilliant new ingredients and dressing ideas which are anything but dull.
Better still… Phillip and Holly will be putting their own salads together.
This dish was invented by Hunanese chef Peng-Chang Kuei, with variations of it found all over the world.
The original dish used chicken, but we've used crunchy fried tofu. If you don’t like frying tofu, use smoked firm tofu and follow the rest of the recipe. Serve with steamed jasmine rice and broccoli.
Phil Vickery’s in the kitchen with a light summery pudding to impress your friends and family at the end of the Bank Holiday weekend.
Not only does it look amazing, it tastes like it’s from a top-end patisserie too, and he’s showing us how to whip it up in a few easy steps!
It's set to be a sizzling weekend, weather wise and for those of you planning to go alfresco, Phil Vickery has got some ideas to help you 'pimp up your picnic' hamper!
This punchy pasta is all about celebrating beautiful, sustainable prawns, squid and scallops. Mussels would also work well thrown into the mix, too.
Cooked to perfection in garlic, chilli and a good splash of white wine, then finished off with a sprinkling of fresh parsley, it’s a seafood-lover’s dream!