Are you looking for a recipe for perfect Yorkshire Puddings? The first Sunday in February is National Yorkshire Pudding day in the UK, so we wanted to share this brilliant recipe for the most perfect Yorkshire Puddings we’ve ever tasted.
James, is chef-owner of the Pipe and Glass Inn in Yorkshire appeared on the Saturday morning TV show alongside presenter James Martin, who also hails from Yorkshire, Stephen Terry, chef at the Hardwick in Abergavenny, and actor Kris Marshall, who has taken the lead in the popular BBC series Death In Paradise.
December 5th is Foodie Thursday at Face. Our first pick of the day today is at 6pm when Nigel Barden joins Simon Mayo on BBC Radio 2's drivetime show. Nigel will be cooking a recipe from our very own James Mackenzie's book On The Menu.
We're thrilled to have received and eighth major award for Sat Bains' cookbook. The Gold Ink Awards in Chicago are the Oscars of the world printing industry. Too Many Chiefs Only One Indian by Sat Bains has been recognised in the Printed Cookbook category, bringing our tally of international awards to eight.
Our friends at the Pipe and Glass Inn at South Dalton, near Beverley, are celebrating yet another major accolade – Yorkshire Dining Pub of the Year 2014, awarded by the prestigious Good Pub Guide.
The Glorious Twelfth marks the start of the game season across the UK. Game is big business, particularly in Yorkshire where vast moorland stretches over most of the county.
The Pipe and Glass Inn are celebrating after winning a Catey Award – the Oscars of the restaurant industry. The Pub and Bar Award was presented to Pipe and Glass owners James and Kate Mackenzie by actor Simon Callow at a star-studded event at London’s Grosvenor House. Also present were many other leading chefs including Raymond Blanc, Tom Kerridge, Jason Atherton and Brian Turner.
Last night saw the winners of the inaugural Drum Design Awards announced at the ceremony in the Emirates Stadium in London. The awards celebrate the best design work produced in the UK. We were honoured to receive the award for Print Design for Too Many Chiefs Only One Indian by Sat Bains.
The International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) held its annual awards in San Francisco last night, honouring the best in worldwide food writing, photography, design, and journalism over the last year. We're thrilled to announce that Too Many Chiefs Only One Indian by Sat Bains won the Best Designed Cookbook Award.
You’ve still got time to get your perfect presents delivered, wrapped and under the tree before Christmas Eve. Award winning cookbooks signed by the Sat Bains, James Mackenzie and Andrew Pern.
Sat Bains is the chef-patron of Restaurant Sat Bains, a two Michelin-starred restaurant in Nottingham, and Too many chiefs only one Indian is Sat's first cookbook.
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Nobody has bought the lucky copy of Sat Bains' Too Many Chiefs Only One Indian yet! To celebrate the release of his debut cookbook Sat Bains has put a Golden Ticket into one of his new signed books. The Golden Ticket entitles the lucky buyer to an overnight stay and dinner at Restaurant Sat Bains. The finder of the Golden Ticket may bring one guest, and only one.