Thursday, October 1, 2015

BURNT Movie Recipes- Download Official Cookbook

 

BURNT-Movie-Recipes-Download-Official-Cookbook

BURNT is the story of Chef Adam Jones (Bradley Cooper) who had it all and lost it. A two-star Michelin Chef, whose ability to create explosions of taste is undermined by his bad habits and rock-star attitude. To land his own kitchen and that third elusive Michelin star though, he’ll need the best of the best on his side, including the beautiful Helene (Sienna Miller). BURNT invites you through the dining room and into the real world of a Michelin Star calibre kitchen; the heat, the intensity, the passion and the ego.

Prepare for a sensory feast directed by acclaimed director John Wells, who worked closely with awarded Michelin Star chef Marcus Wareing to create some of the most amazing dishes ever served up on film. Here in this book, Marcus is willing to share some of his succulent secrets with you. Get the recipes NOW... DOWNLOAD BURNT Movie Recipes.

In your hands are step by step guides on how to cook a number of Marcus Wareing’s very own Michelin Star dishes that feature in the movie BURNT. They’re complex and demanding. They’re the real deal. Are you brave enough to take them on? Do you think you have what it takes to make it? Or will you wind up getting BURNT?

Who is Marcus Wareing?

Marcus Wareing is an internationally acclaimed and multi-award winning, Michelin starred British Chef and Chef Consultant for Burnt.

He is an English celebrity chef who is currently Chef Patron of the two-Michelin-starred restaurant Marcus, (formerly Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley) in Knightsbridge. As a restaurateur he also runs The Gilbert Scott at the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel, and his casual West End restaurant, Tredwell's, in Seven Dials.


Try this easy dessert recipe from Marcus Wareing... Vanilla Panna Cotta -Marcus Wareing Recipes.



Watch the movie trailer:

1 comment:

  1. Just watched the movie and I have one question...
    Does anybody know the recipe for that 'pie' that is served by David for the 'family meals' (2 scenes in the movie) or has even an idea what 'pie' that might be? Of all the (surely delicious) dishes in the movie, that one just looks the best to me. ;)
    The scene shortly before the end of the movie provides the better look at Davids pie...
    Thanks, all answers, ideas, links, etc. are very much appreciated. :) Andrew

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