'Terry's recipes are as fun to prepare as they are to eat and share, and Feeding Friends is the kind of book that will get grubby and well-used in the home and holiday kitchen. It's for anyone who loves entertaining friends. So happy friendly feeding.'
Mark Hix, chef and restaurateur
'Wonderful ideas beautifully crafted and filled with northern soul, just like George.'
Christopher Bailey, Burberry Chief Creative and Chief Executive Officer
'What a great book, a real fun read, some wicked recipes but always approachable. I can see myself using it a lot.'
David Moore, two Michelin-starred restaurateur
Terry & George's legendary pop-up events are all about bringing people together to enjoy good friends and make happy memories. They have been described as 'Britain's most fashionable foodies' (The Times). Inspired by British ingredients and culture, their pop-up restaurant company Check On (www.checkonpresents.co.uk) has created spectacular sell-out events in venues across London, Manchester, New York and Hollywood.
Their menus include 'Northern Invasion' where they serve their version of:
the Lancashire Hotpot
And 'Hen Party' which features:
...followed by a pudding of Eggs and Soldiers (eggshells filled with creme brulee, mango jelly and accompanied by shortbread soldiers for dipping).
Terry and George's food is all about classic British dishes with a twist. This is their first book and it contains over 100 original recipes, including signature dishes such as George's Marvellous Medicine and Shell Fish & Chips. This is food made for sharing and enjoying at home. Good times guaranteed.
'Event dining you can do at home' YOU Magazine
Terry Edwards (Author) Terry trained under the Michelin-starred chef Paul Heathcote in his hometown of Liverpool before moving to London to work at Le Gavroche with Michel Roux Jr and later working with Mark Hix. George Craig (Author) George started a band One Night Only with a schoolfriend at the age of twelve. They made the top ten - and are still going strong today - while George developed a sideline in modelling after he was scouted by Burberry's Christopher Bailey.