Great British Chefs' Feastive Xmas App: Turkey-free!

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Great British Chefs' Feastive Xmas App: Turkey-free!

This post is sponsored by Great British Chefs.

It's Stir Up Sunday this Sunday, when people traditionally start making their Christmas Puddings & Christmas Cakes in readiness for the Xmas blow out. If you're wondering what to make this year, and don't want just another Xmas pudding or dull turkey, download Great British Chefs' new iPad or iPhone Feastive apps for mouthwatering & memorable dishes.

At only £1.99 the Great British Chefs Feastive App has 60 exclusive recipes from 12 of the country's greatest chefs. The app delivers incredible recipes from the chefs of some of London's finest restaurants. These include Marcus Wareing’s roasted venison with figs and chocolate, Theo Randall’s spatchcock pigeon with cavolo nero, Tom Aiken’s bouillabaisse, Simon Rogan’s hot fig mousse, Bruno Loubet’s festive quails and Vineet Bhatia's grilled lamb rack, cinnamon lamb jus with Apricot-walnut cous cous. On 1 December, 45 more recipes will be added in a free upgrade from a futher nine chefs including London's Agnar Sverrison, Alfred Prasad & Pascal Aussignac

The chefs are all keen to help everyone create Christmas menus that don't just have you lying comatose in front of the TV. Marcus Wareing from The Berkeley comments: ‘The restaurant goes mad around this time of year. Everyone wants to enjoy good food and good company and that is the reason I do what I do, so I am thrilled to share even more of my favourite recipes on the new Feastive App from Great British Chefs. With step-by-step recipe instructions and ‘how to’ films on complex sections it fills me with great pleasure knowing that people of all cooking abilities will be recreating my dishes in the comfort of their own homes - making Christmas time even more memorable for friends and family.

Recipes range from brilliantly simple through to haute cuisine encouraging food-lovers to attempt anything from a single ‘feastive’ dish to a full five-course menu featuring the lost art of canapés and petit fours. The app also features a voice control function so you don’t have to get your iPhones and iPads sticky.

Download the app from iTunes today. If you haven't got an iPhone or iPad there are hundreds of festive recipes on Great British Chefs. You can keep up to date when new recipes & chefs are added by liking them on www.facebook.com/greatbritishchefs or follow on Twitter @gbchefs.

Last Updated 18 November 2011