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Cooking Education & Reference
  • Author:
    Earl of Bradford Richard,Carol Wilson
  • ISBN:
    1906217092
  • ISBN13:
    978-1906217099
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  • Publisher:
    JR Books (October 1, 2007)
  • Pages:
    304 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Cooking Education & Reference
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Richard, Earl of Bradford is an experienced restaurateur. Porters opened in 1979, and has been putting traditional British dishes back on the menu for thirty years. The restaurant has enjoyed critical acclaim and aims to sustain the values of honest pricing and high-quality food.

Richard, Earl of Bradford is an experienced restaurateur. Lord Bradford is a member of the Guild of Food Writers and is a former President of the Master Chefs of Great Britain.

Porters - Seasonal Celebrations Cookbook : A Culinary History of Feasts, Fairs and Festivals with a Tempting Collection of over 200 Traditional and Contemporaray Recipes from Britain and the USA. by Richard Bridgeman and Carol Wilson.

Richard, Earl of Bradford, is a creative and experienced restaurateur. He opened Porters English Restaurant in 1979

Richard, Earl of Bradford, is a creative and experienced restaurateur. He opened Porters English Restaurant in 1979. He is the author of several books. Carol Wilson writes for a number of publications in the UK, Ireland and USA. She is especially interested in regional recipes and culinary traditions throughout the world.

Richard Thomas Orlando Bridgeman, 7th Earl of Bradford (born 3 October 1947) is a British peer and businessman. Porters Seasonal Celebrations Cookbook, with Carol Wilson, (2007). 1 Background and education. Covent Garden's Porters to relocate to Berkhamsted". Archived from the original on 11 October 2018. Retrieved 11 October 2018. Weston Park Foundation.

Richard Thomas Orlando Bridgeman, 7th Earl of Bradford (born 3. .In 1979, Bradford opened Porters English Restaurant in London's Covent Garden. The Right Honourable The Earl of Bradford. 1947-10-03) 3 October 1947 (age 71). Title. He later opened the Covent Garden Grill next door. In January 2015 the restaurants closed and Bradford moved his business to Hertfordshire, where he opened Porters Restaurant in Berkhamsted  .

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Bradford owned Porters English Restaurant in London's Covent Garden, which he created in 1979, and Covent Garden Grill next door; they closed in.

Bradford owned Porters English Restaurant in London's Covent Garden, which he created in 1979, and Covent Garden Grill next door; they closed in January 2015 as the leases were sold back to the landlord. In May 2015 he opened Porters Restaurant in Berkhamsted. From 1986 to 1999 he was Chairman of Weston Park Enterprises.

Porters Seasonal Celebrations Cookbook, with Carol Wilson, (2007). Bradford, Richard Bridgeman, 7th Earl of. Alternative names. Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by. Porters English Restaurant. Библиографические данные.

Bradford is the son of Gerald Bridgeman, 6th Earl of Bradford and Mary .

Bradford is the son of Gerald Bridgeman, 6th Earl of Bradford and Mary Willoughby Montgomery. He was educated at St. Ronan's School, Hawkhurst, and Harrow School, just outside London, and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 1969 and a Master of Arts in 1973. He succeeded to his father's title in 1981. Porters English Cookery Bible – Ancient and Modern, with Carol Wilson, (2004).

Long ago, holidays were celebrated throughout the year with foods that were available only in that particular season, and although we still celebrate festivals such as Easter and Christmas, others such as Michaelmas and Twelfth Night have fallen by the wayside. In this entertaining and valuable book, the fascinating customs and traditions linked with these festivals and fairs are interwoven with a great many of the easy-to-follow traditional, classic, and modern recipes associated with them. These include such inspiring recipes as Dublin Coddle and Bacon, Cabbage, Potato and Cheese Bake for St Patrick's Day; Orange Blossom Cake and Violet Ice Cream for Mothers' Day; Easter Lamb with Red Wine Sauce; Halloween Broomstick Bangers and Pumpkin Custard Tart; Christmas Snowflake Cake; Gingerbread Ice Cream, Hogmanay Black Bun, and savory Twelfth Night Pie. Both experienced cooks looking for new ideas and complete novices in the kitchen are sure to enjoy this unique collection of tempting recipes, along with the history, fascinating stories, and traditions associated with the various festivals.