TV Dinners; Three Good Things

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is back, but for some reason the people at channel 4 have decided to hide him deep in the digital realms on More 4, but I think it is worth the extra presses of your remote button to pop down the channel list and spend a bit of time with Hugh and his mates.

This time around Hugh and friends are challenging themselves to make lovely dishes using just three ingredients (and a few condiments, which Hugh insists isn’t cheating). Of course Hugh isn’t the type of chap to just bring us a show featuring Mr Fearnley-Whittingstall slaving away in front of his Aga, no, he brings his normal fun into the mix by making it a competition where he competes against other chefs to prove that his trio of flavours and textures are better than the others.

Of course if you don’t have time to watch Hugh, you can always read the book that accompanies the series. Either way I am sure, as always you will find that Hugh’s approach to minimalistic cooking is a delicious triumph!


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