Channel # 24
A food channel focusing on food culture and celebrity as well as food preparation and techniques from around the world. A mix of famous culinary challenges and competition franchises and food travel shows.
Gregg travels to the lush green valleys of the wine lands of the Western Cape. In Franschhoek he boards the ‘wine tram’ and handpicks grapes in the vineyards of a popular restaurant where he samples the local wine and an authentic South African dish – bobotie.
Chef Mark Moriarty spends some time with head chef, Holly Dalton . Since leaving college, Holly has worked in some of Dublin’s top restaurants including Michelin star , Chapter One and Restaurant 41.
Jordan Bailey the former head chef from Oslo’s three Michelin star restaurant, “Maaemo”, has come to Ireland to open his first restaurant in Kildare. Mark Moriarty visits the building site that will be transformed into a unique 24-seat dining experience.
Starting at the top of the Orlando Towers – an iconic landmark of Soweto – Gregg experiences a 360 degree view of this sprawling and exciting suburb of Johannesburg.
After a traditional breakfast of coffee and rusks just outside Durban, Gregg grabs a lift with local heli-pilot and takes a ride up into the remote and beautiful Zulu Kingdom.
The nine remaining junior chefs create one of the most popular fried, feisty and spicy finger foods.
Jamie shares delicious recipes that use whatever ingredients you can get our hands on in these unprecedented times; making a fish pie using ingredients from the freezer and a classic bread dough with an added twist using whatever you have at home.
Nadiya shares her favourite time-saving recipes to take the stress out of impressing guests. Crisp and luxurious raspberry cheesecake croissants make a brilliant slap-up breakfast to lay on for guests at the drop of a hat,
Jamie goes foraging in Greece and exercises in Japan. He also cooks healthy chicken and garlic-bread kebabs and a mega veggie tofu burger with garden salad and a basil dressing.
Seafood loving chef Spencer Watts brings the party with mojito marinated mahi mahi, cosmo crab hush puppies and coconut, rum and pineapple king crab.
Cooking doesn’t always have to bring the heat. Chef Spencer Watts shows how to enjoy fish served cold with arctic char pate & tequila shrimp ceviche.
Chuck visits Resilience, a shelter in Montreal, and works with staff to prepare a great feast for community members.
In Kahnawake, Chuck makes Haudenosaunee recipes using strawberries and corn, two culturally important ingredients.
Blanc is celebrating British Food with a taste bud tantalizing stuffed pepper, and a new take on that old British classic, brown sauce.
Nadiya injects a joyful spark into our cooking with her flavor-packed comfort food, from a warming beef curry and parathas to custard French toast with pistachio syrup.
Nadiya shows us some quick and easy recipes for when life is busy. Sweet and sour stir-fried prawns make the perfect midweek meal, and she has a super-speedy cherry and chocolate pudding.
If Mary were stranded on a desert island, a cast iron pan would be at the top of her must-have items list. It’s indispensable in the kitchen but can be intimidating, even for experienced cooks.
Guy creates some of his homemade teas, elixirs and infusions, then meets up with Lola Berry.
Roy discovers the buried history of Chavez Ravine where Dodger Stadium now stands, explores a tortillería in Boyle Heights and seeks out LA’s top tacos from chefs who are using food as a form of resistance.
Roy’s restaurant Chego became the poster child for gentrification in Chinatown, spawning a run on real estate and a backlash from the community. He explores what he could’ve done differently as he retraces his steps through the neighborhood.
The chefs take a turn at fried chicken; chef Art Smith judges a secret herbs-and-spices blind taste test ahead of the Quickfire fry-off; after the finger-licking goodness, the chefs turn their attention to boxer Muhammad Ali.
Judge Melissa Leong takes us inside the kitchen of top Melbourne Mexican restaurant, Mamasita. Melissa and the chefs' line will reminisce about the week and delve into some delicious new dishes.
Watch apprentice chef Hannah from top Melbourne Vietnamese restaurant, Annam, go up against four passionate home cooks in a battle of the Rice Noodle Rolls.
In this episode, we meet Mohammed – a dentist by day and a fashion eccentric by night. But will his unusual choice of wardrobe and main course named after Lady Gaga, make his guests go gaga over his culinary skills or boo him behind his back?
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