Next Episode of Paul Hollywood: City Bakes is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Paul Hollywood rekindles his baking roots as he travels the globe in search of the family bakeries, corner delis and luxury hotels which have created the baking heritage of entire cities. During these city breaks, Paul is inspired once again to produce delicious recipes in the very place they originated as he goes "back to the floor" in hotel kitchens, rediscovers family recipes and meets new baking heroes from around the world.
Paul visits the historic Sicilian capital of Palermo and discovers its rich street culture. He explores Arabic influenced food markets selling local specialities and learns the secret of making perfect, crispy and creamy cannoli.
For the first time ever, Hollywood goes to Hollywood as Paul explores baking in Los Angeles. In this city, known for its crazy health fads and celebrity culture, Paul discovers that it's also rich in incredible bakes.
Paul learns new facts about soda bread from the Irish chef and author Clodagh McKenna, meets a potato fanatic who cooks with historic Irish varieties, and admires unique bakes created by the head baker at the Merrion Hotel.
Paul discovers that Antwerp is pure foodie heaven, full of everybody's favourites, like chocolate, potato fries or waffles, but in outstanding quality. Inspired by Antwerp's bakers, Paul creates two new recipes of his own.
Paul returns to Cyprus, the island he called home for six years. He visits its capital city of Nicosia to show viewers the baking culture he knows intimately and loves dearly.
In Iceland's capital city, Paul bakes using volcanic geothermal energy, meets food writer Eva Laufey who introduces him to the country's unique Skyr yoghurt, and creates two of his own bakes inspired by Iceland.
Paul visits San Francisco, home to one of America's most iconic bakes, the sourdough. Inspired by the city, Paul creates bread and butter pudding, and cheese and olive bread.
Paul explores an area previously unknown to him, Norwegian baking. After a helicopter ride to see how Bergen sits within the landscape, he meets a family who bake national treats and creates his version of two of Bergen's favourite bakes.
Paul finds a route through the history and cultures of Jerusalem by spending time with bakers who create incredible flavours for their communities. Inspired, Paul creates Jerusalem bagel bread, and almond and pomegranate loaf cake.
Paul gets a guided tour around Cape Town's best baking hotspots from fellow Food Network star Siba Mtongana. Later, Paul creates two bakes of his own: Earl Grey milk tart and BBQ meat pasties.
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