GB1 Seafood Restaurant selected for the second Great British Cookbook.
The Great British Cookbook is now into its second edition and they are delighted to announce that The Grand Brighton’s GB1 Seafood Restaurant has been selected to feature in the charity cookbook.
The Great British Cookbook will take you on an unforgettable journey through 200 of the UK’s most prestigious pubs, guest houses, hotels, AA Rosette and Michelin Star restaurants showcasing 200 of the UK’s finest chefs who have created 200 culinary masterpieces using locally sourced produce; for you to cook with your family and friends in your home. If all this wasn’t enough this online cookbook is your very own road map of exceptional places to eat.
The cookbook, which raises money for two fantastic companies in Macmillan Cancer Support and Hospitality Action, will be releasing the second cookbook in the New Year. The first Great British Cookbook cooked up a storm and had massive success as an e-book over the last year, but the latest edition will now be released as a printed book as well.
GB1 will be representing the south east and will feature in the book alongside some of the biggest celebrity chefs. James Martin, Rachel Khoo, Levi Roots and Gok Wan are just some of the big names that will have their very own recipe in the prestigious cookbook.
Alan White, Executive Chef at GB1 comments: “We’re delighted to be chosen for the Great British Cookbook again, this opportunity allows us to showcase the culinary delights which both GB1 and the south coast has to offer, as well as supporting two very worthy charities. It’s a great privilege and we’re all really excited about the book’s release next summer.”
GB1 has been selected as just one of two hundred from all over the United Kingdom and just one of twenty from their specific region. With The Great British Cookbook looking for great tasting and aesthetically pleasing dishes that use local produce where possible, it is safe to say GB1 fits the bill perfectly.
The second Great British Cookbook goes on sale in the summer of 2016. For more information about the book and to purchase the first book visit www.thegreatbritishcookbook.co.uk. For the latest news be sure to follow them on Twitter, @GBcookbook, so you never miss a treat.