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Floyd on Africa

Keith Floyd satisfies a long-held ambition with this seven-part culinary safan of southern Africa. Uncoveringa continent full of contrasts, he visits
Cape Town, goes canoeing down the Zambezi river and explores the Kruger National Park. See today's choices. Producer Chris Denham ; Director Mike Connor
*See This Week: page 10
BBC Two England

Floyd on Africa

The exotic pleasure resort of Sun City beckonsthis week, as intrepid chef Keith Floyd drops in to rustle up a lobsterand crayfish stir-fry. By contrast, Floyd journeys to the coastal township of Plettenberg where he is introduced to a staple food - mealie flour - and picks up some useful cookingtips including how to make chicken in beer. And after a trip on a squid boat and on board a luxury steam train, the culinary adventurer ends the day by preparing a special cocktail for his fellow travellers to accompany their ostrich steaks. Director Mike Connor ; Producer ChnsDenham
BBC Two England

Floyd on Africa

Keith Floyd explores the culinary delights of Madagascar, a tropical island in the Indian Ocean. In the middle of a large market, Floyd amuses a thronging crowd when he prepares three local dishes. He then catches a train that runs on rubbertyres. When the 50-year-old vehicle breaks down, Floyd cheers up his fellow passengers with an impromptu chicken soup.
Director Mike Connor : Producer Chris Denham
BBC Two England

Floyd on Africa

Keith Floyd continues to taste the culinary delights of Madagascar, travelling to the dusty coastal town of Majunga on the north west coast. He prepares a stew of crayfish and bream on board a local sailing boat. Then he visits an island village where he is highly honoured to witness a turning of the dead ceremony.
Director Mike Connor ; Producer Chris Denham
BBC Two England

Floyd on Africa

Keith Floyd combines his love of cooking with his other passion for rugby on a visit to South Africa's main port of Durban, where he cooks a barbecue for some ofthe fans attending a major rugby cup final. He also discovers the local speciality of bunny chow, a selection of vegetable curries served in a scooped-out half-loaf of bread.
Director Mike Connor ; Producer Chris Denham
BBC Two England

Floyd on Africa

Surrounded by exotic wildlife and basic facilities, Keith Floyd helps produce a bush breakfast which includes porridge with whisky and pistachio flavoured honey. Later he makes impala curry with dried fruit and a part biryani, part paella chicken dish.
Director Mike Connor ; Producer Chris Denham
BBC Two England

Floyd on Africa

Keith Floyd marks the end of his African expedition by spit-roasting a suckling pig and providing a large supply of local beerfor villagers on the banks of the Zambezi in Zambia. Before leavingthe continent, he visits the vineyards of South Africa, prepares guinea fowl with bacon in wine and cooks barbecued crayfish on top of Table Mountain. Director Mike Connor ; Producer Chris Denham
Keith Floyd 's Choice: page 12






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