BBC Sport is delighted to be the first of the UK’s leading food and drink brands to release the Cooking with the BBC Food Guide.
The guide takes you through some of the world’s most iconic dishes, from the world famous and iconic dishes of England and Wales to the world-famous and iconic flavours of the US, Germany, Italy, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
This is the second time we’ve created the guide, and it’s been a long time coming.
Our first book, The BBC Food Cookbook, launched in 2014, and we have been delighted to work closely with the brand to update the guide to reflect the changing tastes of the food industry.
It is a pleasure to be able to provide this invaluable resource to the BBC audience.
The BBC Food Guides aim to highlight and explain the essential, everyday, and often overlooked aspects of a dish, while also being informative for those who have never tried one.
We’ve also tried to keep the recipes to a minimum.
This guide is a collaborative effort between BBC Sport and BBC Food, a joint venture between BBC Worldwide and UK Food, the UK subsidiary of the BBC Group.
This joint venture has been instrumental in developing the BBC and BBC Worldwide brands.
We hope that you enjoy the guide.
We’d also like to thank our writers and the team at BBC Food for providing this guide.
The UK Food and Drink Guide, published by BBC Worldwide, aims to provide consumers with information about the essential foods, beverages, snacks and condiments they need to make and enjoy life, whether it’s at home, in the restaurant, at the pub or in the shop.
The guide also highlights the best and the worst of British food, including a range of UK-made dishes, and offers a wide range of flavour profiles to choose from.
The BBC News channel is the UK home of BBC Food.