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We all know that a little bit of what you fancy does you good. In Guilty Pleasures, Matt Tebbutt takes your sneaky treats, like peanut butter, cream cheese, coffee and even booze, and puts them centre stage in 130 fun and delicious recipes. Enjoy great food such as tea-smoked chicken, raspberry cream cheese brownies, peanut butter ice cream, vodka-marinated steak, wide-awake chilli, Marmite potatoes, rum cupcakes with Baileys frosting and so much more. In a world where we have so many serious things to worry about, a bit of mild indulgence shouldn't be one of them. Like all guilty pleasures, a little bit of sin has never really been a bad thing...has it? This is pleasure on a plate!
Matt Tebbutt presents Channel 4's Food Unwrapped, currently being filmed for its second series, as well as championing forgotten foods on BBC2's Great British Food Revival and stepping in as Saturday Kitchen guest presenter. Matt co-presented the popular Market Kitchen series on UKTV Food and represented Wales on BBC2's Great British Menu. A graduate of Leith's School of Food and Wine, Matt has worked with some of the biggest names in food, including Marco Pierre White, Bruce Poole (Chez Bruce), Sally Clarke (Clarke's) and Alastair Little. He now owns and runs the acclaimed Foxhunter pub in Nant-y-derry, South Wales, for which he won AA Restaurant of the Year for Wales. Matt lives in Nant-y-derry with his wife and children.