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BBC Good Food (On Demand) Trade secrets: Chilli, adding heat to food

Tue, Jun 22, 2021 · 1:00 PM · London
About This Webinar

This webinar is now on demand to watch at your convenience as the live date has passed. In conversation with beer sommelier Marverine Cole, Tom Kerridge shares his key insights and stories about eating and cooking with chillies, how much heat is enough, and why beer goes so well.

Your masterclass itinerary

This class was broadcast live on Tuesday 22 June at 1pm (GMT). Chef Tom Kerridge and host Marverine Cole discussed what makes chillies such a popular and versatile ingredient for 25 minutes, followed by a 15-minute Q&A, focusing on how Tom uses them in recipes.

The recording of the presentation is available to all who purchase to watch up to 10 times.

  • How Tom uses chillies in his recipes
  • Different types of chilli and what to use when
  • Using heat to add, but not overwhelm flavour
  • Pairing chillies with other ingredients
  • What to drink with chillies
  • Q&A
Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: £8.00
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Leading chef Tom Kerridge writes a regular column for BBC Good Food and is well known for his TV shows, books and restaurants including the Hand and Flowers in Marlow, Bull and Bear in Manchester and Kerridge’s Bar and Grill in London. He recently teamed up with Marcus Rashford to launch Full Time, to help give children and families the skills and confidence to cook good, proper food in their own kitchens.
Webinar hosting presenter
Beer sommelier and journalist
BBC Good Food columnist Marverine Cole is an accredited beer sommelier, broadcaster and journalist who has won several awards for her journalism and documentaries. As a presenter and reporter she has covered news and current affairs as well as celebrity and lifestyle stories. She’s produced BBC local radio programmes & network documentaries.
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