Chef Michel Roux Jr and drinks expert Kate Goodman in a series highlighting all that is excellent in food and drink.
Sat Bains joins Michel in the kitchen to demonstrate his take on a traditional bread and butter pudding. He uses cutting-edge culinary equipment to create a modern twist on this classic dish.
Kate finds some fantastic dessert wines to go with Sat's unusual dish and Stefan Gates asks whether we should be eating meat that has been grown in a laboratory.
Food & Drink: the place to talk about food.
Kate's drink choices
A sweet white wine is the perfect match for Sat Bains’ Candied Vegetable Bread & Butter Pudding with Celeriac Ice Cream. Here are three options:
- Domaine des Forges, Coteaux du Layon, (£8.29, Waitrose)
- Mount Horrocks, Cordon Cut Riesling, (£19.99, Virgin wines for a half bottle)
- Nyetimber, demi sec sparkling, (£34, Harvey Nichols)
And for Michel's Duck à la Rhubarb with Chinese spices, a gewürztraminer is a perfect option.
- Domaine Bruno Sorg, Gewurztraminer, (£19.99 Nywines.co.uk)
*Please note that these retailers and prices were last updated on 12th August 2014.
**These drinks may also be available at different retailers.
|Presenter||Michel Roux Jr|
|Executive Producer||Robi Dutta|
|Series Producer||Hannah Corneck|