Short & Sweet: A quick chat with two-starred Michelin chef Michel Roux Jr
We sit down and chat food with legendary two-starred Michelin chef Michel Roux Jr.
British BBQ in Summer – what would you throw on the BBQ when entertaining?
Lamb belly for a change, dry rub in Ras El Hanout.
Who would you love to cook for and why?
Eric Cantona for many many reasons.
What do you love about cooking live on stage?
The exhilarating feel of live cooking and immediate interaction.
Where would you choose to eat on your day off? (Restaurant/bar/café)
The Manor in Clapham, perfect local eatery.
What’s the most unusual food you have ever eaten?
Snake, crocodile, puffin, I could go on.
What is your favourite food destination?
Asia I know it’s big but I do mean all of Asia.
What are your favourite food combinations?
Chocolate and salt, garlic and parsley.
What are your ‘can’t live without’ ingredients(s) in the kitchen?
Vanilla and butter.
What’s the most useful culinary technique or skill in the kitchen?
Knife skills are essential.
What kitchen implement could you not live without?
Quality non-stick pan.
What is your favourite cookbook and why?
Escoffier Guide Culinaire – The Chefs Bible.
Are you are a fan of GIY (grow it yourself?) what’s planted in your garden for this spring/summer?
Sorry no as I do not have a garden.
Michel will be at the BBC Good Food Show Spring on Saturday 9th April.