Tom Kerridge cooks dishes that are great for the family, many inspired by the food he loved to eat growing up. He gives them the Tom Kerridge treatment and transforms these dishes from the ordinary to the extraordinary.
To start with, Tom shows how to turn a humble family staple, the omelette, into an awesome meal. Made with smoked haddock, parmesan cheese and topped with a luscious creamy glaze, this dish makes a proper tasty family lunch.
Keeping food fun is what keeps the kids interested so Tom puts a farmyard twist on classic roast chicken, baking it in hay. This is a nod to his West Country roots and served up with a whole roast celeriac it makes a great rustic alternative to the usual Sunday roast. For a teatime treat, Tom's proper baked beans are packed full of flavour and are served up with his own soda bread toast - a really simple recipe that's a great family staple.
Finally, for dessert Tom makes his version of a classic family pub pud - an apple and toffee crumble pie, with some great tips on how to get that crumble really crispy and those apples full of flavour and crunch.
Feeding a family can be a challenge, so taking classic family favourites but doing them even better - 'properly', as Tom would say - is a sure-fire way to keep everyone round the table well fed and very, very happy.
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