This episode features dishes that are perfect for serving up to groups of friends. There's a slow cooked shoulder of lamb that's so simple but melts in the mouth; Mussels Cooked in Ale for a barbecue night at Tom's local brewery, a Salt Beef Bagel inspired by a trip to Maltby Street Market; a Pollack, Chorizo and Chickpea Stew that's a hearty one pot wonder and a light creamy Plum food that makes a great party piece.
In this episode Tom shows us how to do outdoor food properly. He pays homage to the retro classic Chicken in a Basket cooked with his southern fried twist, then heads to Cornwall to make a Fish Burger with freshly caught mackerel, pollack and lobster. There's a delicious Maple Cake baked on the barbecue, some extra special sticky Barbecued Beef Ribs cooked in a barbecue sauce and a delicious Warm Tomato Salad.
In this episode Tom shows us how to cook dishes inspired by food you'd order in a decent British pub to celebrate a special occasion. There's an elegant starter of Asparagus served with Tom's ultimate Salad Dressing, a Slow Roast Duck served with Potato Pancakes and Braised Lettuce that makes a real show stopping meal, Deep Fried Oysters served with Seaweed Mayonnaise made from seaweed collected from the beach in Whitstable outside the Sportsman pub, Spiced Monkish with Smoked Aubergine Puree that makes a great romantic dinner and a boozy Gin and Tonic Granita that's the perfect end to a special meal.
Tom shows us how to cook some of the nation's favorite pub meals at home and get them spot on. There's a classic Caesar Salad -- no frills, just some great ingredients that combine together to make a fantastic sauce. For some quirky beer snacks Tom goes old school with a selection of pub snacks including Pickled Eggs, Spicy Nuts and Pork Rind. Tom shows us his take on Pork Belly served with lentils and cabbage salsa -- a wonderfully balanced hearty meal. He heads to Suffolk to cook Fish and Chips with fresh local fish from a van in a pub then cooks one of Britain's favorites -- a Date and Toffee Pudding with toffee sauce that's full of dark, sticky, caramelized flavors. If you think you know and love these dishes already -- think again!
Sundays are a time to relax over cooking and enjoy a hearty lunch with family and friends and Tom wants to show us how to make our usual Sunday roasts a bit more special. There's a classic Roast Beef that's marinated in treacle and served up with the best Yorkshire puddings. For an alternative to your classic meat roast Tom heads to Cornwall to get the star for his showy Turbot in Puff Pastry, a really classy dish. There's a lazy Sunday brunch of Scrambled Eggs and English Truffle and because Sundays are special there's room for two puddings; a Lemon Posset and a Chocolate and Ale Cake.
In this episode, Tom shows us his version of some real family favorites. There's a delicious version of the humble Omelet with Smoked Haddock and Parmesan Cheese. His version of Baked Beans on Toast served on a simple homemade soda bread. To keep the fun for the kids and satisfy the grown-ups, there's a great twist on your regular Roast Chicken baked in hay and cider, served with a whole Roast Celeriac. And there's his improved version of the Apple Toffee Crumble Pie.
This is Christmas dinner, Tom Kerridge-style. Tom is putting a spin on the traditional turkey dinner by filling a turkey breast with his amazing sage and onion stuffing then rolling and steaming it. Once cooked he covers it in a delicious crumble topping made from pistachios and dried cranberries. To accompany his Turkey Roll he demonstrates how to make the ultimate Rye Bread Sauce and then cooks Glazed Carrots with star anise and sprout tops with chestnuts. To finish, Tom serves a seasonal Spiced Orange Cake with Plum Sauce and Christmas Pudding Ice Cream, all washed down with his festive Mulled Cider.