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The chef reveals the Cornwall that he knows and loves, championing the food, history, music, art and culture of the county,
Rick discovers how Cornish landscape influenced the work of Turner, counts the daily catch with an auctioneer at Newlyn Fish Market, and learns about Caerhays Castle's link to Victorian plant hunters.
Rick visits a mausoleum with a macabre story on the River Tamar, meets chef Emily Scott to taste the meal she cooked for Joe Biden, and takes to the waves with a organisation offering surfing therapy.
Rick learns about a time when the Cornish were taken as slaves by North African pirates, joins one of the last fishing boats in St Mawes and meets with two mackeral-cooking entrepreneur chefs.
Rick visits the Rame Peninsula, far from the traditional tourist track and known for its beaches and cliffs, while also exploring the history of the Cornish pasty.
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