Britain’s Best Dish

Britain's Best Dish

Celebrate the diverse flavours of Britain with over 130 recipes from the hit TV show ‘Britain’s Best Dish’. In 2007, ITV launched a search amongst the household kitchens of the country for the best British dish. Three judges, Ed Baines, John Burton Race and Jilly Gooden tasted their way through hundreds of dishes, from regional culinary delights to more adventurous worldly recipes and family favourites to dinner-party classics. This book compiles a top quality selection of the recipes, which of course received the seal of approval from the panel of critics. Recipes are organised into starters, main courses and puddings and are all arranged in an easy-to-follow format. Some of the mouth-watering dishes include a vibrant ‘monkfish, fennel and tomato soup’, a sharp and creamy ‘Scottish baked pear cheesecake’ and a suitably autumn ‘pigeon wrapped in bacon’. The impressive array of recipes for all occasions means there will certainly be something to tickle your fancy. Along with additional details such as comments from the judges, tips on serving and presentation and seasonal eating advice, this cookery book is a great dip and dive exploration of the nation’s most delicious dishes. Published by DK, Penguin Group and priced at £20. **Written by:** Leila Sarraf.