Gor­don gets sweet

Ram­say re­veals his choice of laid-back pud­dings to share with friends

Food and Travel (UK) - - Contens -

STICKY TOF­FEE PUD­DING WITH

BA­NANA CARAMEL SAUCE

Gor­don up­dates this old-school of­fer­ing by adding de­li­cious ripe fruit to the sauce. F&T WINE MATCH

In­tense flavours of raisin, dark brown sugar and caramelised ba­nana (eg Bar­beito Mal­va­sia Old Re­serve 10 Year Old Madeira, Por­tu­gal)

COX’S OR­ANGE PIP­PIN TARTE TATIN The nat­u­rally sweet flavour

and light acid­ity of the ap­ple make it an ex­cel­lent part­ner for the rich sauce

and but­tery pas­try. F&T WINE MATCH Mouth­ful and bal­anced with

fresh cit­russy mar­malade (eg 2009 Royal Tokaji, Tokaji Aszú 5 Put­tonyos, Hun­gary) RECIPES AND PHO­TOGRAPHS TAKEN FROM GOR­DON RAM­SAY BREAD STREET KITCHEN BY GOR­DON RAM­SAY,

PHOTOGRAPHY BY JAMIE OR­LANDO SMITH (HODDER & STOUGHTON, £25). TO BUY THE BOOK AT A SPE­CIAL PRICE, TURN TO READER OF­FERS ON PAGE 106.

CHERRY BAKEWELL TART This Bri­tish clas­sic has been given a twist to in­clude whole fresh cher­ries in the frangi­pane. F&T WINE MATCH Com­plex dark berry nose with toasty nuts (eg 2007 Château Pierre-Bise Coteaux du Layon Beaulieu, Loire, France)

Re­laxed, so­cia­ble and sim­ple… these pud­dings from Chef Ram­say and the team at Lon­don’s Bread Street Kitchen are ex­actly how you want to end a meal with fam­ily and friends RECIPES START ON PAGE 117

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