DENBIGH chef Bryn Williams is in sizzling form in the new series of his television show.
Cegin Bryn (Bryn’s Kitchen) starts next Wednesday when Bryn uses cooking apples to make flapjacks and baked apples and prepares a luxury tarte tatin. He also visits an apple juice and cider company based in Penygroes, Gwynedd.
In the series the highly-respected 36 year old chef, who owns the Odette's Restaurant in Primrose Hill, London, dedicates each programme to a different item.
The produce he uses this series are beef, potatoes, bread, crab and chicken as well as apple, as he travels to places as varied as Cardigan, Aberdaron, Llan Ffestiniog and Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr to meet a myriad of producers, food retailers and restaurant owners.
"The series focuses on using quality produce in creative ways. Quality produce is the key to great food – it’s the chefs who more often than not grab the headlines but the unsung heroes are the people who care about their produce 365 days a year," says Bryn.
"I feel that many of the viewers who follow cookery programmes are already competent cooks, but are looking to do something a little different. I hope I can entice them to watch by offering a little bit of additional creativity.”
Watch Bryn’s new show Cegin Bryn starting on January 29 on S4C at 8.25pm.
Bryn is also about to open his second restaurant, this time it will be located closer to home, in Porth Eirias, Colwyn Bay.