Great British menu BBC 2 New Bach Professional Chefs will compete for the 17th season. This time the star award is for cooking a course at a party celebrating the 100th anniversary of British Broadcasting.
There is also a new panel of judges featuring restaurant and TV presenter Nisha Katona, comedian and food podcaster Ed Gamble and starring Michellelin star Tom Kerry.
“This year is a real TV and radio festival,” says Tom. “There are highs and lows. There are some foods that do nothing, but some cooking, techniques, skill sets and ingredients are amazing.”
Here is what we know about the TV theme Great British menu On BBC 2 …
Season 17 of the Great British Menu begins with host Andy Oliver as chefs from the United Kingdom fight over food for some of the region’s most famous actors and performers.
There are two definitions of cooking. Father’s armyAnd re-imagining Peaky BlindersPacked smoked veal from 1920s packs included sweet bread. Classic Kids Quiz Show. Blockbuster He watches as he introduces the beginner in the light with Chef Ben Orpwood Blockbuster Board!
But Tom Kerry is a warning to chefs who prefer style ቁ ቁ
“I was not impressed by the support and the tactics,” he says. “I’m thinking of something to be smart for. I don’t want that.” And most of all, I’m looking for a great recipe. Being part of it is a wonderful experience! “
Also in this series, b Absolutely wonderful Creating Scallops and Respectful Food Fawlty TowersThe famous Waldorf salad section. Were Basil and Sibil Faulti surprised? How did Manuel serve him?
Great British menu It starts on Tuesday, February 1, 2022 at 8pm on BBC 2 and airs three episodes a week (Tuesday, February 1, Wednesday, February 2, Thursday, February 3). The 29 episodes, which culminate in the Great Depression this spring, will begin on BBCSplier after each weather day.
Chef Tom Kerrridge, star of the Great Britain’s 17th Great Series’s Journey, Restaurant Nisha Katona and Food Podcaster Ed Gambel join forces to give expert opinion on the plate, replacing the outgoing judges Oliver Peeton, Matthew Fort and Rachel Kho.
“Tom is a god among chefs!” Andy Oliver returns from BBC 2 show. “Nisha is like a ninja! And Ed helps with food with amazing human energy and is incredibly funny. They are fun.”
Tom Kerry I was lucky enough to win twice in the main course in 2009 and 2010 and have been involved in the show to some extent since then, so I feel like being one of the judges is an exciting part of the journey.
“I’ve been through the race and I know the pressures, so I hope the chefs feel like there’s someone on their side of the panel. With that said, I’m a chef, so you can’t pull the wool. Because I know!
“I want to represent the techniques, the taste, the short story. Above all, I want a great recipe. It’s very simple. And let me tell you, some amazing cooking is coming. Probably the best year for food. I’ve seen it in 17 series.”
Nisha KatonaThe chef and founder of Mowgli Street Food Restaurants says: “My favorite thing about the Great Britain menu is its regional character.
“This is a dream come true for me. Every time a dish goes in, you see it on the screen! I don’t know what a judicial dynamic looks like. I know a judge has two Michelle stars and one star. We became brothers.
“From chefs, I’m looking for a sense of creativity and magic.
Eid GamblingComedian and award-winning podcast off Menu “says I remember seeing the Great Britain Menu section for the first time in history. [in 2006] And since then, it has come as a shock and disgrace to be asked to judge the jewels on this BBC crown because they love it. I think they did half by asking me and I said yes!
“Unlike other food contests, it’s because of the friendship in the kitchen. It’s amazing to see chefs at the top of their game and this year’s theme is encouraging some fun and funny food. He sees it, but I love it all.
“The chemistry between the judges is very good. Obviously, Tom mentions that he has won the main course twice a day! Nisha has an amazing taste and razor, and no matter how hard he tries, I’m here to laugh. I’m training hard for the show every hour!”
Here is the weekly episode guide. Great British menu season 17. As the series continues, we will update it weekly …
Weekly week Tuesday, February 1 to Thursday, February 3 – Central region temperatures
A chef celebrating the 100th anniversary of the British Broadcasting Corporation presented his dinner this week around a celebrity. Father’s army Sausage at £ 500’s the wrong place! There is a smoky plate in honor of the BBC 1 drama. Peaky Blinders, great Fawlty TowersWaldorf salads and dishes in honor of world-renowned naturalist David Attenboro and the late TV chef Fanny Kradok. In the end, the judges love it Absolutely wonderful– Inspired scallops food?
There is a movie trailer. Great British menu It was recently released by the BBC so click on the link over here! So give it time to taste what it expects!
* The Great Cooking Test with Jamie Oliver
* Nadia’s quick taste
* Best BBC Documentary Movies
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