The Edinburgh chef will be cooking alongside Mary Berry in her BBC show.

Tom Kitchin will star in the latest episode of Mary Berry Everyday, which was shot pre-covid.

The programme, which airs on BBC Two, showcases everyday recipes, food and ingredients that Mary has always loved to cook with.

In the latest instalment, which will be shown on Monday 22 February at 7pm, Mary travels to Scotland to enjoy the best of the Scottish larder with recipes inspired by her own Scots heritage.

The synopsis states: “She discovers wonderful shellfish in Ullapool, shares the joy of venison cooked on a barbecue with chef Tom Kitchin and whips up her special whisky cream on the banks of a loch.”

Posting on his Instagram, Tom Kitchin shared a series of pictures taken during filming of Mary Berry Everyday.

The chef, whose The Kitchin restaurant retained its Michelin star for a fourteenth year this year looks dapper in a modern style kilt.

He wrote: I’m cooking with royalty tonight… Tune into ‘Mary Berry Everyday’, @bbctwo 7pm…”

Famous followers of the chef, including Ally McCoist and Kerry Bridges (wife of comedian Kevin Bridges) commented on the post with Ally writing ‘love it mate’ and Kerry replying ‘can’t wait’.

Tom and Michaela Kitchin recently joined us on our Scran podcast to discuss working together, cooking in lockdown, dream dinner party guests and spending Valentine’s Day together for the first time in years.

To find out more about Mary Berry Everyday and the Scottish episode, visit the BBC website.

Scran season 3: Valentine’s Special with Tom and Michaela Kitchin

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Rosalind Erskine

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related.

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