“SURELY an omelette can’t be that difficult to make?” These were the famous last words of Barry Taylor as Ben challenged him to make an Omelette Arnold Bennett in the way that it was once created in 1929, by Jean Baptiste Virlogeux, a chef from London’s Savoy Hotel. Be prepared for lots of flapping and kitchen chaos!
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