Miche­lin man Glynn’s star serv­ings

Miche­lin-starred TV chef Glynn Pur­nell shares the se­crets of what hap­pens be­hind the closed doors of a pro­fes­sional kitchen with MARIONMCMULLEN

Warwickshire Telegraph - - FOOD& DRINK -

YUMMY Brum­mie Glynn Pur­nell is show­ing home cooks how to cre­ate his so­phis­ti­cated, witty and el­e­gant dishes in new book Cracking Yolks & Pig Tales. Along the way he also re­veals some of the das­tardly tricks and mis­chievous an­tics he and his fel­low chefs get up to in be­tween ser­vices.

Glynn, who now owns three es­tab­lish­ments in Birm­ing­ham, says: “This is not a restau­rant cook­book or a home cook­book; it’s just a cook­book.

“If you want to cook a chal­leng­ing dish from the restau­rant such as had­dock, eggs and corn­flakes, you’ll find it here. If you want to cook some­thing a bit more down to earth, such as fag­gots and peas, it’s also here. If you want to flick through it and use it to prop up a wonky ta­ble, it’s good for that too. En­joy the book, there’s some swear­ing, some true sto­ries and loads of great recipes. Try them. They all work, prom­ise.”

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