Farmison links with TV show for recipe ingredients
Online meat and grocery retailer Farmison and Co is revolutionising the way viewers engage with television cookery programmes.
The Ripon-based company has begun a partnership with BBC’s Saturday Kitchen to supply quality produce in line with a number of the show’s creative initiatives. This includes the ultimate ‘Saturday Kitchen Recipe Box’, which allows viewers the chance to recreate some of the show’s recipes at home.
Starting at around £44.95, each box contains the core ingredients and chef-guided recipe cards for three meals, which serve between two and four people. The first box was available from yesterday and contains recipes from Raymond Blanc, Ken Hom and James Martin.
Saturday Kitchen’s executive producer Amanda Ross said: “We always use the best we can find on Saturday Kitchen and now it will be easy for the viewers to get the same quality of produce to make the dishes as good as our star chefs.”
Chef Mark Sargeant Jr added: “My recipes can only ever be as good as the ingredients we use and, at my restaurants, the most important thing for us is sourcing the very best produce. This is a fantastic opportunity to easily replicate the chefs recipes without the hard work of shopping.”
The Saturday Kitchen box can be bought as a monthly subscription or as a one-off gift.
Additionally, Farmison and Co will support Saturday Kitchen at the BBC Good Food Show series in London and Birmingham by offering visitors entertaining and gift solutions.
Co-founder of Farmison & Co John Pallagi said: “We are thrilled to be partnering with Saturday Kitchen and offering viewers the opportunity to create exciting dishes inspired by their favourite TV chefs.”
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