Punk Chef on the Road Series 1: Episode 2

Punk Chef Scott Garthwaite travels to West Sussex to taste locally made food, meet people, and, of course, cook!

27m 50s

Lifestyle. Punk Chef Scott Garthwaite travels to West Sussex and tastes locally made cheeses at the dairy they are made. After chatting to cheesemaker Mark Hardy, Scott cooks an Asian fusion dish using the halloumi made there and udon noodles, in a field at the farm. While in the area, Scott satisfies his sweet tooth by meeting Ian Dowding, the man who co-invented banoffee pie in the 1970s by reworking an old American recipe and gets to sample the dessert made by his hands, ahead of cooking sea bass, humus and flatbreads on Eastbourne Beach. Once in Brighton, Scott meets John Walker, a university lecturer, to find out what it’s like being a member of the Deaf gay community in the area ahead of tasting his spaghetti carbonara, inspired by his Italian partner. Scott also meets some of the students at Hamilton Lodge School while in their cookery class. After finding out about their love of cooking, Scott offers to cook for these budding chefs and creates a barbecue on the beach. On the barbecue he cooks mini burger balls filled with Brighton Blue cheese and served with vegetable skewers made by the students. Directed by Bim Ajadi; a Hungry Gap production for BSLBT.

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