GREAT British Menu has been entertaining the nation with top class cookery from some of the most talented chefs in the nation.
And now it’s back for a new series set to reveal even more culinary feasts for the judges. Here is all you should know about the music-themed series.
The Great British Menu returned to screens on Wednesday, March 20 on BBC Two[/caption]
When does the Great British Menu 2019 start?
The Great British Menu aired on Wednesday, March 20 on BBC Two.
The new format of the show will include two mid-week hour-long episodes before the week concludes with a 30 minute regional final each Friday.
The theme is Britain’s role as a world player in the music industry, with the show marking the 50th anniversary of when The Beatles last played live together.
The 14th series will see 24 chefs compete to serve up dishes at the final banquet at the iconic Abbey Road Studios.
Who are the Great British Menu judges?
The judges of the series are Irish restauranteur Oliver Peyton, restauranteur Andi Oliver and food critic Matthew Fort.
Andi Oliver replaced Prue Leith as a judge on the series after she joined the revamped version of Great British Bake Off on Channel 4 in 2017.
Both Matthew and Oliver were part of the original line-up when the show was first created back in 2006.
It’s not just up to the three judges, however, as each week a guest judge will be joining to help select the best dishes from each region in the Friday regional final.
The new format will see 24 chefs compete to serve up dishes at the final banquet at the iconic Abbey Road Studios.[/caption]
Where can I access the recipes?
The recipes featured on the show can be found on the official BBC Two website.
While recipes from the last series are still available online on the site.
As well as recipes from previous series’ such as the Wimbledon-inspired series and the WI-themed series.