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White Chocolate & Raspberry Brioche Bread and Butter Pudding

So no joke, this is probably the most classic recipe I’ve ever done. Bread and butter Pudding. Is there a more British dessert? This super-delish pudding uses bread (duh), which is layered and soaked in an egg custard mixture. Traditional recipes call for raisins and nutmeg, but i’ve gone a little off-piste and served this with the classic – in it’s own right – combination of raspberries and white chocolate. To toe the line of tradition, I’ve also incorporated some spice in the form of cinnamon and ginger, but they’re certainly not the lead flavour.
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Buttermilk Chicken Burger

This burger is inspired by a night out I had at a nice little restaurant in town, where they served a spicy buttermilk chicken breast as part of a salad. Buttermilk use din this way was something new to me – I am only familiar with it’s use in cakes, so I decided to use this new found knowledge to create one on my favourite suppers – a chicken burger.

Whenever I order a burger, 90% of the time it’s chicken of some kind. Southern fried, breaded, battered, grilled, deep fried.

Whenever I order a burger, 90% of the time it’s chicken of some kind. Southern fried, breaded, battered, grilled, deep fried. I’m a big fan. Such a crispy piece of chicken needs some contrasting textures and flavours – the cooling slaw works wonderfully and is healthy, too while the chipotle mayo enhances the spice the chicken is coated in.

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