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mark john dexter

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born in england trained at the hilton , dorchester and worked at the savoy, then went to bermuda as sous chef in high class resort called cambridge beaches.

moved to scotland for 3 years and achieved 2 AA rossettes between 1997 and 2000 . easter 2000 moved to australia worked as head chef of hill station and won restaurant and function centre of the year .2002 moved to brisbane worked at butter bistro and achieved great reviews, moved to fullmoon hotel while studying to teach hospitality achieved casual dining of the year award 2007. now training hospitality for corrective services as part of a rehibilitation programme.
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Vanilla Pancakes

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Breakfast For 2

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Posted by Mark25 • 5y ago • Report
scone recipe will make a 18 good size ones
Posted by VP14 • 5y ago • Report
How many scones would this recipe make - it sounds like a lot of ingredients?
Posted by Mark25 • 5y ago • Report
hi libby hope your well . i tried to give two options 400g chicken livers 400g foi gras and 800g of butter but because foigras is expensive i have exchanged the foigras with more butter and it works with similar effect and it works, so you have 400g chicken livers 1200g butter. sorry the format of the recipe we write on is a bit limited any way let me know how you go
Posted by hungry girl • 5y ago • Report
Hi Mark, was thinking of trying out the chicken liver parfait - but am a little confused by the description of the first few ingredients. Can you clarify them for me? Thanks - looking forward to cooking it. - h.g.
Posted by jackicam • 5y ago • Report
Hi Mark. Your flavour combo's sound fantastic! I really want to taste your food - especially the chicken liver parfait with the pears - mmmm! Looking forward to more of your recipe posts!
Posted by hungry girl • 5y ago • Report
Love your recipes Mark - they look divine. Thanks for sharing!
Posted by Mark25 • 5y ago • Report
thankyou your welcome more recipes on the way , happy cooking any quetions i can help with please ask!