Take a trip back to the court of Henry Tudor on the show this week, as Jay and James welcome in guest host and Food Historian Marc Meltonville, to explore what was eaten in the royal palaces, the ingredients being used and the power that the food had over the whole country. Also they vote in another useless kitchen gadget to the hall of fame and try to figure out where food trends come from.
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74: The Kitchen On The Edge of the World with Valentine Warner + Dinner with Dictators and a Saucy Quiz
54:57The guys are joined by the amazing chef and food explorer Valentine Warner this week, to explore his new Kitchen On The Edge of the World food venture in the arctic circle, delve into his passion for foraging and discover some of his secrets of his nature inspired spirit making. Plus they'll be looking into the dining habits of notorious dictators as they try to select some guests for their dream dinner party and you can pit your wits against James' devilish food quiz, as he makes things saucy.
73: Cooking With Fire, Scandi Master Chef Niklas Ekstedt + Eating Ants on Toast and Fizzy Drink Origins
58:54Guest host today is the Michelin starred fire master Niklas Ekstedt, live from Sweden. Exploring the origins of his unique cooking style, how to make ice cream with wood, techniques for fire cooking, his past exploits eating ants on toast and how to know when your restaurant is on fire! Plus the guys will again be 'cooking the impossible' with Porcupine and Turtle and exploring the unexpected origins of some famous fizzy drinks.
72: The Rare Tea Lady + Eating Wooly Mammoth and reading tea leaves
1:00:51The guys delve into the wonderful world of tea this week, with world renowned expert 'Rare Tea Lady' Henrietta Lovell. From the most expensive tea in the world to the sordid history of British tea origins, how we fell out of love with 'proper tea', to the chemistry of the perfect cup, this is an in-depth trip inside everything about tea...they even have a chance to read the tea leaves too! Plus once again they are 'cooking the impossible', trying to figure out what Mammoth would taste like.
71: The spice master, Chef Vivek Singh + Top 5 Famous Foods Invented by Accident
59:23The guys are joined by one of Britain's finest chefs, Vivek Singh, Exec Chef of the Cinnamon Club group of restaurants, to explore his early struggles in the business, his tips for creativity and his spice secrets. Plus they induct another item into the 'Gadget hall of Fame' and you can try your luck at guessing the famous foods that were invented by accident, in this week's quiz.
70: The Incredible Story of Beer
43:38On this weeks episode the team welcome guest host Marc Meltonville, food historian and beer expert, to explore the history of our favourite liquid. From how it was made thousands of years ago, to the birth of the pub, the wonderful and varied types of ale over the centuries to the myths of beer vs water, plus the incredible story of the Great 'Beer Flood of London' (prepare to be washed away). Grab your pint glass, sit back and pour yourself a large journey to the centre of beer.
69: Dinner with Henry the 8th - Tudor food secrets
54:28Take a trip back to the court of Henry Tudor on the show this week, as Jay and James welcome in guest host and Food Historian Marc Meltonville, to explore what was eaten in the royal palaces, the ingredients being used and the power that the food had over the whole country. Also they vote in another useless kitchen gadget to the hall of fame and try to figure out where food trends come from.
68: Booze Special How to Drink like James Bond with Guest Host Olly Smith
52:30You deserve a bottle of wine! Join Jay, James and special guest host Olly Smith as they delve inside celebrity drinking habit, including Gary Barlow, Pink and Steven Seagal, explore how best to drink yourself into becoming 007, pick avocados with Tom Sellek and explore the biggest alcohol cloud in the universe.
67: Dinner at Stonehenge and Eating T-Rex
46:31On this show the guys take a trip back in time, as they welcome in special guest archeologist Ed Simons to explore amazing new findings about how people ate at Stonehenge, they induct three new gadgets in the 'rubbish kitchen gadget hall of fame', and they set out to cook the impossible, by discovering what T-Rex would taste like 85 million years ago.
66: Kitchen Gadgets - the good, the bad and the useless
38:26Join Heston, Jay and James as they crack open the kitchen cupboard and have a rummage through the remarkable variety of wonderful and rubbish gadgets we all have hidden there. From Spiralisers to electric Knives, Melon ballers to apple de-corers, this is a joyous trip inside everything good and bad about kitchen gadgets.
65: Dinner on a Nuclear Sub and Attacking Rude Diners - Mailbag
43:30Delve into another mailbag with Heston as he explores everything from fried chicken and ice cream sandwiches to dining on a submarine, stories of trying to attack rude diners to the best way to eat Scandinavian fermented fish.