Rick Stein's Food Heroes

Rick Stein's Food Heroes catch up

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 15

Expired 4.0 16 x
Rick visits his favourite local fish market at Looe in Cornwall, and he cooks John Dory with potatoes and mushrooms. In Northumberland, Rick cooks up pancakes with cheese, spinach, and ham. Rick looks back over some of the local heroes he has discovered during the series, and there is a special tribute to his dog Chalky.

Season 2, Episode 14

Expired 3.0 9 x
Rick watches as friend Bill Baker fishes on the Towy estuary and catches flounder. Rick cooks flounder with a ravigote sauce. Bill catches a sea trout and Rick cooks it marinated with dill and pernod.

Season 2, Episode 13

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Rick and Chalky enjoy Irish hospitality, sampling herb celery around Strangford Lough, and monkfish and mussels in Southern Ireland. Fresh oysters and organic kale complete this Irish culinary tour.

Season 2, Episode 12

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Samantha Petter’s family-run organic cobnut orchard near Sevenoaks in Kent provides vital ingredients for Sprats with a Cobnut Pesto.

Season 2, Episode 11

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Rick and Chalky enjoy a Turkish barbecue in London's East End. After contributing Lamb Kotfas to the fare at the Mangal Okacbasi Turkish restaurant in Dalton, Rick moves on to Hackney Marshes, where he meets various allotmentholders and joins them for Sunday lunch.

Season 2, Episode 10

Expired 4.0 8 x
Rick takes a moonlit excursion off Newlyn Bay in Cornwall to go pilchard fishing with Nick Howell. Pilchards are not popular in Britain, as they tend to come smothered in tomato sauce in tins, so Nick now calls them sardines, which have become quite fashionable among foodies.

Season 2, Episode 9

Expired 4.0 13 x
Rick pays a memorable visit to the Channel Island of Jersey, where he goes reef fishing for sea bass, which he grills.He also makes a Consommé and enjoys a beach barbecue, before sprucing himself up for a feast at a Maderian club restaurant.

Season 2, Episode 8

Expired 4.7 5 x
Rick and Chalky travel to Loch Torridon in Scotland to go fishing with John McGreggor for langoustines. Here the prawns are protected by the Marien Stewardship Council, which has awarded its seal of approval to the fishermen for practising a sustainable fishery.

Season 2, Episode 7

Expired 4.0 5 x
In the Clovelly area of North Devon, Rick goes fishing for herring with Steve Perham, whose family have been fishermen for over 200 years. All that fresh sea air gives them a hearty appetite as Rick fries the Herring in Wholemeal Flour.

Season 2, Episode 6

Expired 4.0 6 x
Rick is on home turf when he visits the Tintagel area in Cornwall. Here, legend has it, the ruined castle atop the craggy, untamed cliffs is what remains of King Arthur’s Camelot. But Rick’s attention is fixed firmly on the ground where the local new potatoes are free of pollution and full of flavour.