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WHAT CHEFS EAT: COMFORT FOOD
Have you ever wondered what chefs eat at home during their time off? To celebrate the launch of our winter Comfort Food Collection, we asked our restaurant chefs about their favourite comfort food dishes.
“Anything slow-cooked. For me that is comfort food – something slow-cooked…and brown! Like beef bourguignon and other stews or French onion soup.”
“I love a dauphinoise – it’s the ultimate indulgence. We make a really decadent version at the restaurant for staff, alternating layers of celeriac and potato, two different types of garlic (fresh and confit), caramelised onion layers and a crispy panko top. Heaven.” – chef and co-founder, Helen Graham
“I’d probably say chicken soup. I’ve always got a bone broth going and I love to make chicken soup, with either watercress or carrots and chilli paste, loads of lemon, black pepper and parmesan.”
“There are so many things that make me feel comforted, but for me there is nothing more comforting than freshly baked cookies!”
“Fish congee is one of my favourite comfort dishes. I like to have mine with a soy-cured egg yolk, a coriander and spring onion blanched sauce and then always some crispy bits on top, like fried shallots.” – chef and co-founder, Bec Wharton
“One of my go-to comfort dishes when I want minimal effort but maximum impact is fried eggs on toast with spicy ‘nduja, melted cheese and tons of green chillies.” – restaurant director, Karan Gokani
“For me, comfort food is all about big flavours and being nice and cosy. I love artichokes in winter, and juicy beef cheeks – both are excellent with paella.”
“I absolutely love lamb, and any dishes where it’s been slow-braised and served with lots of sauce are the most comforting to me.” – chef and founder, Selin Kiazim