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Hopefuly you might see a glimpse of me this wednesday on Food glorious food ITV 20:00.
Celebrating the genius of British home cooking is all very well, but really, brussels sprout soup? Smoked-salmon cheesecake? It’s a tall order to expect the judges to bless such creations, never mind the British public, who will be flocking (the producers hope) to M&S food halls for a taste of the winning dish.
Then again, it’s never just about the dish itself — it’s the human story behind it. So a victoria sponge is more than a victoria sponge if it has
a smiley face sprinkled on it and comes from a lady who baked one every day for a year and gave them away to friends and random strangers. Heart-warming stuff, but can it beat the man with the cream horns?
ABOUT THIS PROGRAMME
3/9. Carol Vorderman continues her search for Britain’s best home-cooked dish as hopefuls from the north-west of England gather in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, to compete for a place in the semi-finals. Among those aiming to impress Anne Harrison, Tom Parker Bowles, Stacie Stewart and guest judge Andi Oliver with their family recipes are a town crier, a home-maker who delivered a cake to a stranger every day for a year, and an 81-year-old amateur dramatics enthusiast. The treats include hotpots, pies, cream horns, sticky toffee pudding and a twist on the classic cheesecake recipe.
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