Next Episode of Terry and Mason's Great Food Trip is
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Terry Wogan and Mason McQueen seek out the most weird and wonderful regional British cuisine, looking at how our tastes have evolved over the years.
Their epic cab ride round Britain has brought Sir Terry and Mason to the Victorian spa town of Harrogate, where they sample a toffee that is actually a barley sugar, take a Turkish bath and drink enough tea to sink a battleship. A sight-seeing trip to an old hag's cave gives them a glimpse in to the future. They also visit Agatha Christie's hide-out hotel and enjoy a slap up Yorkshire dinner where Yorkshire pudding... is pudding.
Sir Terry Wogan and Mason McQueen are in Winchester, Hampshire, on their gastronomic voyage of discovery. They find a mixture of exotic and traditional British foods in this town as they tuck into the good old banger at a local pub and sushi at a Wasabi Farm. They meet an artist who has turned his hand to farming water buffalo and are given alms of bread and beer at the Hospital of St Cross. At a BBQ at the river, Mason astounds them all when he turns his hand to fly-fishing for the first time and catches a trout!
Sir Terry Wogan and Mason McQueen have reached Britain's second city where they take in the sights and sounds of the famous Bull Ring Market before feasting on the finest dim sum. A canal trip through the heart of the city leads to an impromptu ballet lesson for Mason before they both head to the famous Balti Triangle where they help create the world's first Irish balti.
Mason McQueen's black cab is not too far from the capital today when he takes Terry Wogan down the M40 to Marlow to search out what is on the menu in this historic town located on the River Thames in Buckinghamshire. The lads are intrigued to discover that the small town has many local food producers and restaurants. They are served up a dish by Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar, treated to a pub lunch by Tom Kerridge and, after Mason has a go at rowing on the river, it is time to taste the county's regional dish of bacon badger.
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