Orlando Murrin was projected into the culinary limelight by MasterChef, when his 1992 semifinal was watched by 12 million people. He held the position of editor of the successful BBC Good Food magazine for 6 years and now writes a column for Waitrose Weekend, presents the BBC Good Food Podcast with Tom Kerridge and since 2019 has been President of the Guild of Food Writers. He is a panelist, presenter and demonstrator at food festivals, including those in Exeter and Dartmouth, local to his home in Devon.
Following the success of Two’s Company, this time Orlando Murrin turns his attention to super simple food designed for two people to share. He brings 75 more recipes to the table, encompassing everything from week-night quick fixes and easy-yet-impressive mains, to indulgent desserts. These speedy, often all-in-one, recipes have been carefully created so that there are minimal leftovers or half-finished packets of ingredients, making cooking for two easier and more cost effective than ever before.