Renowned cookery author Tom Norrington Davies creates the best in comfort food, including Lancashire Hot Pot and Bakewell Pudding with cream.
Tom visits the only tea plantation in Britain, takes a trip to the Vale Asparagus Festival and pops into a Jersey dairy, where he joins in the milking.
At a forced rhubarb farm, Tom visits the candlelit sheds where he can hear the rhubarb grow, plus he cooks up lamb with all the trimmings.
In celebration of fish, Tom goes mackerel fishing in Weymouth with his friend Mark and creates a delectable fish pie with seasonal green beans.
Tom travels to Falmouth where he goes in search of oysters, plus shin of beef slow cooked in stout with Yorkshire Pudding is on the menu.
Tom honours roast chicken and pays a visit to 'Posh Chick', a business run by children Zoe, 12, her sister Sophie, 10 and their brother Ryan, 8.
Tom celebrates the influence of Indian food on British cuisine, as he goes shopping with a spice and chutney queen and whips up vegetable pakoras.
Tom meets an expert mushroom forager, joining her on an autumn foray before whipping up wild mushroom soup and sausage and mash.