100 exclusive Christmas recipes from 21 of Britain’s greatest chefs

Monday 19 December 2011
zoocha-admin

The winter holiday season will soon be upon us and our thoughts are turning to parties, big celebratory meals and spending time with our friends and family. If you’re wondering how to make your meals more of a celebration and less of a chore, it's worth checking out Great British Chefs’ new iPad or iPhone Feastive apps for memorably mouth-watering dishes. Great British Chefs With the Great British Chefs Feastive App you'll have access to 100 exclusive recipes from 21 of Britain’s greatest chefs. You'll find incredible recipes from the chefs of some of Britain’s finest restaurants, each with their own twist on seasonal celebratory dinner parties, suppers and party buffets. Recipes range from brilliantly simple through to "haute cuisine" encouraging you to attempt anything from a single ‘feastive’ dish right through to a full five-course menu featuring the lost art of canapés and petit fours. And don't worry about getting your iPhones or iPads sticky as there's a clever voice control feature allowing you to flick through stages without even touching your device. Great British Chefs Feastive app Visit iTunes to download the app today. If you haven’t got an iPhone or iPad there are hundreds of show-stopping recipes on Great British Chefs. You can keep up to date when new recipes & chefs are added by liking us on www.facebook.com/greatbritishchefs or following us Twitter @gbchefs.

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