Cook on the Wild Side

Season 2 Episode 4

A Cook on the Wild Side II Programme 4

Aired Unknown Jan 02, 1999 on KEO Films
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A Cook on the Wild Side II Programme 4
In this, the final episode, Hugh tries his hand at a local Yorkshire recipe, 'Dock pudding'. A fearsome gaggle of Caulder valley lads are invited to try the finished dish ' their verdict leaves Hugh's culinary ego ever so slightly bruised. He then heads off to Morecambe bay where her hitches a ride on a shrimping boat and assesses the health of on eof Lancashire's best known culinary traditions: the potted shrimp.Spring is by now well underway and Hugh celebrates with some flower fritters. After that, he daringly climbs a sycamore tree to nab a few branches, the term used for fledgling rooks which have not yet flown the nest. And finally, he cooks up a warm salad of rook's breasts and dandelion leaves for a group of uncompromising traditional farmers to samplemoreless
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