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Hairy Bikers' Best of British

  • Season 2
  • 20 episodes
  • Food

Summary

The Bikers continue their culinary journey through time as they celebrate British food.

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Episode 1: Fowl

Summary

Si King and Dave Myers explore more of the nation's dishes, beginning by showing there is more to British fowl than roast chicken. They prepare duck tikka and a one-pot partridge recipes before tasting a traditional Yorkshire Christmas pie and revealing the history of the Norfolk black turkey.

Review

Dave Myers and Si King must be the busiest men on TV. It’s not long since The Hairy Bikers Everyday Gourmet left our screens and yet here they are again, with a new, 20-part daily series focusing on the best of British food.

The pair travel the country hunting for the best traditional recipes, chatting to food historians and the “food heroes” who are preserving British heritage dishes.

In the first episode Myers and King taste British fowl. Not roast chicken, but duck tikka, a one-pot partridge recipe, and a traditional, decadent, bird-packed Yorkshire Christmas pie. It’s all rounded off with a magnificent, rhubarb-topped custard tart.

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  • Episode 1

    Fowl

    Summary

    Si King and Dave Myers explore more of the nation's dishes, beginning by showing there is more to British fowl than roast chicken. They prepare duck tikka and a one-pot partridge recipes before tasting a traditional Yorkshire Christmas pie and revealing the history of the Norfolk black turkey.

    Review

    Dave Myers and Si King must be the busiest men on TV. It’s not long since The Hairy Bikers Everyday Gourmet left our screens and yet here they are again, with a new, 20-part daily series focusing on the best of British food.

    The pair travel the country hunting for the best traditional recipes, chatting to food historians and the “food heroes” who are preserving British heritage dishes.

    In the first episode Myers and King taste British fowl. Not roast chicken, but duck tikka, a one-pot partridge recipe, and a traditional, decadent, bird-packed Yorkshire Christmas pie. It’s all rounded off with a magnificent, rhubarb-topped custard tart.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    PresenterSi King
    PresenterDave Myers

    Crew

    rolename
    Series editorKaren Plumb
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