Project Description

A table at The Fields – Colin McGurran

Produced throughout a full year at Winteringham Fields in Lincolnshire, A Table at the Fields offers an intimate peek inside the restaurant Colin McGurran and his family have made home.
The book includes 60 sumptuous, seasonal recipes created by Colin, and regularly served at Winteringham Fields, as well as a selection from his team of chefs who collaborate to make Winteringham a justifiably world renowned restaurant. Colin’s wife Bex also contributes recipes, offering insight into what the great chef – known for his ‘One Mile Menu’ and Great British Menu television success – enjoys eating at home. Winteringham Fields prides itself on using the best, seasonally available produce to create inspiring, original dishes that reflect the surrounding Lincolnshire countryside. The cookbook is engineered to reflect a whole year at Winteringham and the creative team returned regularly throughout 12 months to document the restaurant in all its seasonal splendour.
Each recipe is accompanied by gorgeous photography of the prepared dishes, taken in season to showcase the variety of local produce available to Colin in the North of England. There are also a number of behind-the-scenes photos of Colin, Bex and the dedicated Winteringham Fields team.
About the Author
Before arriving at Winteringham Fields in 2005, Colin enjoyed a well-travelled, career including spells at the two-Michelin starred Domaines Haut de Loire in France and as banqueting manager for the UAE royal family. Self-taught and passionate about sourcing locally, Colin’s career has gone from strength to strength. He’s a regular face on the television circuit, including his stellar achievements on the Great British Menu in both 2012 and 2014. Colin and his wife Bex have three daughters, one of whom was born just a few days after taking over Winteringham Fields. Earlier this year, Colin opened the Hope & Anchor in North Lincolnshire with a strong focus on seasonal, local, delicious meals in a family-friendly, welcoming pub environment.