Secret Meat Business

September 2019

Season 3 Episode 13 - Turkish

Expired 4.0 10 x
Adrian creates a fantastic Turkish chicken dish, fresh and juicy. Complete with homemade flat bread, it?s a dinner party delight.

Season 3 Episode 11 - Japanese

Expired 4.0 3 x
Japanese pancakes at their finest. This combination of chicken, soba noodles and traditional flavours makes for a super impressive dish.

Season 3 Episode 10 - Argentinean

Expired 4.0 6 x
Adrian is up to his elbows in beef ribs, taking a traditional Argentinean dish to a whole new level.
August 2019

Season 3 Episode 9 - World Meats

Expired 4.5 3 x
Watch out, Adrian's wielding a sword. This time to skewer and woodfire quail kebabs. Then, tender tripe is served with Caribbean spice, chilli and pirate rum. Adrian also makes a quick, easy and classic Cantonese dish with a twist.

Season 3 Episode 7 - Italian

Expired 3.0 3 x
From the small village of Telve in Italy and into your kitchen, Adrian?s making one of his childhood favourites.

Season 3 Episode 6 - Filipino

Expired 3.0 17 x
Adrian whips up a simple Filipino recipe that has delicious Spanish and Chinese influences. A taste of Manila.

Season 3 Episode 5 - Cornish

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Taking his doctor?s advice to eat more veggies, Adrian makes a classic Cornish Pasty filled with beef, bacon and some rabbit food for good luck. Adrian then shows a great way to use that left over roast meat from last night's dinner, serving up one of his most innovative recipes, gourmet duck crepes.

Season 3 Episode 4 - Malaysian

Expired 3.0 5 x
Malaysian cooking is a cuisine that melds Chinese, Indian and traditional Malay flavours. Adrian pays homage to his time spent there as a child preparing mouth-watering Beef Rendang.

Season 3 Episode 3 - Canadian

Expired 4.0 0 x
Double trouble, Adrian combines two of his favourite proteins in an indulgent Canadian dish, Bacon wrapped duck breasts Tournedos.

Season 3 Episode 2 - Tunisian

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Adrian dishes up a succulent roast duck cooked in classic Tunisian spices, served on a bed of nutty rice. A feast to share with friends and family, or in Adrian's case, enjoy all by yourself.