James Martin's Food Map of Britain (UK) Season 1 (2013)
|1x01 South East |
James Martin visits the sunny South East to find out why Kent’s cherries are so sweet.
|Sep. 16, 2013|
|1x02 South Wales |
James makes his way to south Wales where he finds out why Welsh mountain lamb is a prized delicacy. He also goes foraging for free food on the beaches of Pembrokeshire.
|Sep. 17, 2013|
|1x03 Gloucester and the Cotswolds |
James is in Gloucestershire and views the rolling beauty of the Cotswolds where he celebrates the wild River Severn salmon and learns why one farmer believes that his land produces ...
|Sep. 18, 2013|
|1x04 East Scotland |
James is in East Scotland to learn why Scottish whiskey is a true reflection of the landscape in which it is made. He also finds out why the raspberries grown near Strathmore are ...
|Sep. 19, 2013|
|1x05 Northern Ireland |
James is in Northern Ireland where he gets an understanding of why the beef from the miniature native cattle, the Dexter, has such a rich and unique taste. He also pays a visit to ...
|Sep. 20, 2013|
|1x06 South Coast |
James learns how the forests of Hampshire are home to one of the country’s most prized culinary ingredients, the truffle, and why tomatoes grown on the Isle of Wight are rivaling ...
|Sep. 23, 2013|
|1x07 West Country |
James learns why milk produced in Devon is so creamy and he also pays a visit to a small corner of Cornwall that has started exporting tea to China.
|Sep. 24, 2013|
|1x08 West Scotland |
James takes a look around the west coast of Scotland, finding out why the lochs are the perfect environment for langoustines to thrive. He is also discovers why Highland beef is lean ...
|Sep. 25, 2013|
|1x09 Lincolnshire and the Flatlands |
James makes his way to the plains of Lincolnshire and the flatlands to learn why it is an area so famed for its world-class pork and how it has the ideal environment for the mass ...
|Sep. 26, 2013|
|1x10 Yorkshire |
James is in Yorkshire where he takes a look at the unique environmental factors that have contributed to the creation of the Rhubarb Triangle and why the country’s wild heather honey ...
|Sep. 27, 2013|
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