Porthtowan chef supports his Great British Bake Off cousin with sticky toffee pudding
A Porthtowan chef is using the favourite recipe of his Great British Bake Off star cousin in his new cooking club.
Benedict Quinn has been paying tribute to his baking star cousin, Frances Quinn, at his new monthly food event in the No.4 Peterville restaurant, St Agnes.
The Sunday Roast Club gives food lovers the chance to enjoy three specially designed and locally sourced courses which are hand cooked by Mr Quinn.
In homage to Frances, who is currently starring in the BBC 2 cooking competition Great British Bake Off, he included her favourite sticky toffee pudding dessert on his latest luxury menu.
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Mr Quinn said: “Frances loves mine and my Dad’s sticky toffee pudding, or STP as she calls it.
"She regards it as the holy grail of puddings and she used to use it as the reason for visiting us.”
Last night viewers watched an emotional Frances reach the final of the popular cooking competition, after battling comments criticising her baking as style over substance.
But Mr Quinn is proud of his cousin’s achievements and believes she is a fantastic baker.
He said: “She has been brilliant on the Great British Bake off and it’s been lovely to be able to support her.”
The Sunday Roast Club takes place on the third Sunday of each month, although next month the event will be held on November 17th. Prior booking is essential.