Next Episode of Nigel Slater: Eating Together is
Food writer and cook Nigel Slater meets devoted home cooks across multicultural Britain to find out culinary secrets from across the world and discover what makes different cultures in Britain tick.
Nigel sees how custard brings out the child in us all, from his dad's fabulous Christmas trifle to a fragrant Iraqi dish that takes Linda back to happy days in Baghdad.
His tour of the flavours of modern Britain reveals the secrets behind home-baked Portuguese custard tarts and a delicious Malaysian custard that is not yellow but green. Finally, Nigel comes up with some extravagant profiteroles with a touch of everyone's style put together.
Nigel's tour of the flavours of Britain takes him from the old classic Lancashire hotpot to three melt-in-the-mouth one-pot dishes with origins from around the world.
He meets Yasmin, whose special Iranian fesenjoon takers her back to her childhood in Iran, he gets a lesson in Brazil's national dish feijoada from brothers Andre and Anderson, and he discovers the delicate flavours of a traditional Bangladeshi korma as he joins Enam and his family to celebrate Eid.
Inspired by their dishes, Nigel creates a luxurious bean hotpot bejewelled with beetroot and carrot.
Nigel's delicious tour of modern British home cooking takes in iconic dishes that bring people together. He heads to Trowbridge, Britain's largest Moroccan community outside London, to discover the charm that draws Moroccan families around a traditional lamb tagine. He gets a lesson in the art of pairing spices for a fabulous Indonesian fish dish, and meets Zoe who shows him how to make Jollof, Ghanaian style. Nigel creates a slap-up Sunday roast pork belly and shredded duck with spiced flatbread.
Nigel's tour of modern British home cooking explores the flair and flamboyance of noodles, from his own rustic take on old-fashioned spaghetti bolognese to the German art of making noodles from scratch, which Steffi shows him using a traditional spaetzle board. Nigel finds a Spanish favourite, fideua, that's as exuberant as the lady who makes it, and learns from Mickey not only how to make khao soi noodles, but also that even in Wimbledon, Buddhist food traditions are at the very heart of the Thai community.
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