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BBC One London

Saturday Kitchen

Chef Lawrence Keogh and cookery writer Diana Henry rustle up some culinary treats. Tim Atkin gives his wine choices, actress Claire Goose faces her food heaven and food hell and there are helpings of Keith Floyd and Rick Stein. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: price E3.10
BBC One London

Saturday Kitchen

James Martin is joined by top chefs Mark Sargeant and Michael Caines. Plus League of Gentleman star Mark Gatiss and archive cuisine from
Rick Stein and Keith Floyd. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: in the December issue (out 3 November, price E310) James Martin shares his recipe for sticky glazed ham, perfect for Christmas
BBC One London

Saturday Kitchen

James Martin gets acclaimed Indian chef Vivek Singh and newcomer to the show, the Michelin-starred Eric Chavot , to rustle up some tasty treats, and there are helpings of the Two Fat Ladies, Rick Stein , Jamie Oliver and Keith Floyd. BBC MAGAZINES: Good Food, £3.10, Olive, E3.40, both out monthly
BBC Two England

A Farewell to Floyd

Friends, foodies and famous faces join forces to celebrate the life of maverick chef Keith Floyd, one of the most charismatic and original broadcasters of his generation. Rick Stein, Marco Pierre White and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall are among those paying tribute to the groundbreaking star whose uninhibited style changed the face of TV cookery for ever. A edition of A Feast of Floyd is tomorrow at 7.30pm. Producer Ben Rigden ; Executive producer Amanda Ross
Repeated tomorrow at 6.45pm Farewell to Keith Floyd : page 5
Marco Pierre White remembers Keith Floyd : p
BBC Two England

A Farewell to Floyd

Friends, foodies and famous faces join forces to celebrate the life of maverick chef Keith Floyd.
Shown yesterday at 9.05pm Farewell to Keith Floyd : page 5
Marco Pierre White remembers Keith Floyd : p
BBC Two England

A Feast of Floyd

In this 1994 edition Keith Floyd visits Provence, where he breakfasts with Christian Dova who grew or made nearly all the food on his table. Later, at the market in L'lsle-sur-la-Sorgue, he buys provisions to make fish soup, chicken in garlic, ratatouille, salad, and goat's cheese with mint for Sunday lunch. Finally, he prepares a barbecue of bass flamed in brandy, plus quail, sausage, sardines and lamb kebabs.
Producer Keith Sheather






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