Top Midlands chef Andy Waters takes part in new Great British Chefs’ Windows 8 app

Andy in kitchen black and white

Great British Chefs (GBC), the award winning recipe site has launched its most extensive recipe app so far for Windows 8.

Head Chef at The Queens at Belbroughton, Andy Waters, is one of the 28 chefs taking part in the app which offers over 300 beautifully photographed recipes, over 100 instructional videos and a host of regularly updating articles from top food bloggers.

The impressively designed app allows you to browse recipes by chef, key ingredient, cooking technique, level of complexity including professional level recipes. You can filter by recipe type such as easy mid-week suppers, breakfasts, to dinner party classics or variables such as individual course, i.e. canapé, starter, main, dessert. Each of the recipes comes from highly acclaimed chefs like Andy, Marcus Wareing, Tom Aikens and Nathan Outlaw and includes extensive information and videos about them and their restaurants.

Andy, who has been involved in previous Great British Chefs iPad apps commented, “I am really pleased to be taking part in the new Windows 8 app. I love to create new recipes and the Great British Chefs app is the easiest way for anyone to find them anytime, anywhere and to have a go themselves.”

The Great British Chefs app for Windows 8 is beautifully designed and embodies the content-first, immersive experience that makes apps shine on Windows,” said John Richards, senior director of Windows App Marketing for Microsoft Corp. “Culinary enthusiasts around the world can interact with this award winning recipe site in a newly engaging way with Windows 8 features like charms, Snap and tiles for easy search, sharing, multitasking and pinning.”