Phil Vickery’s Two Course Microwavable Meal could Save You Money | This Morning

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With energy bills already at an all time high and expected to rise again in October, Phil Vickery shows you how to prepare a two-course meal using your microwave – which uses less energy than an oven! He’s making his summer risotto followed by chocolate brownies.

Broadcast on 20/05/22

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Philip Vickery is an English celebrity chef. He is best known for working on ITV’s This Morning, where he has been the Chef since 2006.

Vickery followed Gary Rhodes as head chef of the Castle Hotel, Taunton, Somerset. Under his stewardship, the venue was awarded a Michelin star for four consecutive years from 1994-1997.

Vickery appeared in BBC’s Ready Steady Cook over 200 times between 1996 and 2010.

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