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    Good Chef/Bad Chef

    I'mPat
    Sun Mar 25, 2012 1:55 am
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    GOOD CHEF/BAD CHEF


    Thought this site may be of interest to you -

    The Good Chef is Janella Purcell and she does not cook meat though occasionally she does fish but otherwise vegan and vegetarian, she is a great believer in using legumes,. older grains (will not use sugar or white flour), a lot of her recipes are also suitable for celiacs.

    The Bad Chef is Adrian Richardson also known as the meat man - which I think says it all.

    Hope you enjoy and I really do like to watch their show.


    Pat
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    Sun Mar 25, 2012 11:00 am
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    I'mPat wrote:
    GOOD CHEF/BAD CHEF


    Thought this site may be of interest to you -

    The Good Chef is Janella Purcell and she does not cook meat though occasionally she does fish but otherwise vegan and vegetarian, she is a great believer in using legumes,. older grains (will not use sugar or white flour), a lot of her recipes are also suitable for celiacs.

    The Bad Chef is Adrian Richardson also known as the meat man - which I think says it all.

    Hope you enjoy and I really do like to watch their show.


    Pat


    Thanks for sharing this here with us, Pat! I had never before heard about this show, but it sure sound like an interesting concept. Ill be sure to check if I can find it online to watch. If not Ill definitely check out Janella Purcell's recipes. Have you tried any? Which ones would you recommend?

    Loula
    I'mPat
    Sun Mar 25, 2012 9:18 pm
    Forum Host
    I've done a couple of her smoothies and they were very refreshing and also one of her quinoa recipes (she is big on those) and what I really like is here use of herbs and ingredients to give flavour, limits the use of salt. She is also big of tofu which I am not keen on and oh when it comes to cheeses she favours the white cheeses such as feta and limits the hard yellow cheeses. If you go the web site (I linked in my first post) you will find some video footage to watch which will give you some ideas of what the show is like.

    The more recent shows have been themed such as Morrocan so you got two different slants and Adrian did a lamb shank recipe (which for me looked really delicious) and Janella did a dip dish which involved chickpeas and tahinni and herbs and then used mountain bread (a super thin flat bread in a large square shape) to which she flavoured with spices and crisped it up in the oven, she did a similar one on another show but used duka as the topping for the bread (that I have tried and is really delicious and so much better than eating potato chips/crisps).


    Pat
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