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BBC Two England

Floyd on Food

Just when you thought it safe to go back into the kitchen, intrepid gastronaut Keith Floyd introduces a wide range of West Country culinary delights. In tonight's modest little programme he gets acquainted with a shark, cooks a rabbit at an old tin mine, and hears an Italian's i view on Cornwall's most famous and traditional fish - the pilchard.
Cameraman RICHARD ELLIOTT Videotape editor MIKE FOREN Director ANDY SNELGROVE Producer DAVID PRITCHARD
• RECIPE TIMES: page 95
BBC Two England

Floyd on Food

In tonight's elegant and tasteful programme, intrepid gastronaut Keith Floyd cooks for six hungry French trawlermen, stranded by heavy seas in Newlyn harbour. He also finds time to sing the praises of his all-time culinary hero, Auguste Escoffier , and discovers the subtleties of smoked fish. Camerman RICHARD ELLIOT Videotape editor MIKE FOREN Director ANDY SNELGROVE Producer DAVID PRITCHARD
(First shoum on BBC South West)
0 RECIPE TIMES: page 101
BBC Two England

Floyd on Food

On the third leg of his exuberant gastronomic tour of the south west,
Keith Floyd assists the young cooks at the Royal Navy's appropriately-titled Disaster Training School, where he learns to 'fry' navy. He also discovers the subtleties of preparing a panache of fresh Cornish fish in the kitchens of Gidleigh Park.
Camerman RICHARD ELLIOT Videotape editor MIKE FOREN
Director ANDY SNELGROVE Producer DAVID PRITCHARD
0 RECIPE TIMES: page 95
BBC Two England

Floyd on Food

Shy and retiring gastronaut Keith Floyd continues his culinary quest for simple food. He discovers some rare and wonderful West Country cheeses, enjoys the simple pleasure of home-made bread and advises viewers who are having trouble with their pollacks.
Cameraman RICHARD ELLIOTT Videotape editor MIKE FOREN Director ANDY SNELGROVE Producer DAVID PRITCHARD
0 RECIPE TIMES: page 95
BBC Two England

Floyd on Food

Drisheen, carrigeen, crubeens, coddle, oysters and stout....
If that sounds a bit Irish, the reason is that intrepid gastronaut Keith Floyd visited his
Celtic cousins in Co Cork for this week's programme, in which tripe, pigs trotters, seaweed, oysters and champagne are on the menu.
RECIPE TIMES: page 95
BBC Two England

Floyd on Food

In the final programme of this elegant and tasteful series, intrepid gastronaut
Keith Floyd takes a BBC mini-break to Jersey. There he discovers the delights of traditional Jersey fare including conger eel and marigold soup (yes, really) and the elusive ormer - once eaten, never forgotten. Cameraman RICHARD ELLIOTT Videotape editor MIKE FOREN Producer DAVID PRITCHARD
0 FLOYD ON FOOD: page 101






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