The latest instalment focuses on cake, because, well everyone loves cake, don’t they? Including Michelin-starred chefs. Having said that, these aren’t your average sponges or cheesecakes.
First up it’s Phil Howard, formerly of London’s The Square and now Elystan Street, with his coffee-infused cheesecake.
Next is Heston Blumenthal, with a two-part guide to how to make a classic Black Forest Gateau – unlike any you may have seen before.
Here’s Gordon Ramsay with a simple recipe for homemade New York-style (i.e. baked) cheesecake with lemon and raspberries.
Moving away from Michelin – simply because Australia doesn’t have the Michelin Guide – here’s Peter Gilmore of Sydney’s Quay restaurant explaining his outrageously decadent chocolate cake. Watch through to the end to see a neat trick.
And finally, its ChefSteps, with their recipe for the ultimate chocolate cake.
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