Gary Rhodes' New British Classics - Netflix
Gary Rhodes sets out on a quest to modernise and enhance many classic British dishes, updating them with a host of new and exciting ideas.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Gary Rhodes' New British Classics - Gary Rhodes - Netflix
Gary Rhodes OBE (born 22 April 1960) is an English restaurateur and television chef, known for his love of British cuisine and the distinctive spiked hair style that he once wore. He has fronted shows such as MasterChef, MasterChef USA, Hell's Kitchen, and his own series, Rhodes Around Britain. In 2006 he competed to represent the South of England in the BBC's Great British Menu, but lost to Atul Kochhar. As well as owning four restaurants, Rhodes also has his own line of cookware and bread mixes. Rhodes can now be seen on the new ITV1 programme Saturday Cooks, as well as the UKTV Food show Local Food Hero and in television adverts for Flora margarine, some of which featured him “driving a van topped with a giant styrofoam crumpet” which were banned.
Gary Rhodes' New British Classics - Early years - Netflix
Born in south London in 1960, his family moved to Gillingham where he went to The Howard School for Boys in Rainham, Kent. He then went on to catering college in Thanet where he met his wife Jennie.
Gary Rhodes' New British Classics - References - Netflix