Great British Food Revival

July 2013

1. James Martin on Apples

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Chef James Martin takes on the challenge of reviving the British apple.(R)

2. Glynn Purnell on Cheese

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Michelin starred chef Glynn Purnell rides to the rescue of British cheese.(R)
May 2013

10. The Hairy Bikers on Cauliflower

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Popular cooks The Hairy Bikers make a case for the revival of the British cauliflower.

9. Angela Hartnett on Crab

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Michelin-starred chef Angela Hartnett delves into why crab is so unloved in Britain.
April 2013

8. Gregg Wallace on Potatoes

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Gregg Wallace makes a case for the revival of the spud.
March 2013

8. Cherries and Walnuts

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Gary Rhodes champions British-grown cherries. Yotam Ottolenghi is passionate about nuts.(R)

7. Beetroot and Currants

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Antonio Carluccio finds new ways to cook beetroot and Matt Tebbutt champions currants.(R)

6. Herbs and Cabbage

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Mary Berry has a passion for fresh herbs and Jason Atherton promotes the use of cabbage.(R)

5. Plums and Turkey

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Raymond Blanc champions plums and Angela Hartnett suggests we should eat more turkey.(R)

4. Eggs and Mackerel

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James Martin promotes different sorts of eggs and Richard Corrigan champions fish.(R)
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