Jack Stein: Born To Cook

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Jack Stein: Born To Cook

Jack rounds off his Australian adventure by seeing some rare-breed pigs, visiting a venison farm, and discovering the delights of a 'Giniversity'.

Series 2
A local guide takes Jack island-hopping to find some of the world's most pristine oyster beds, where he tries to catch mud crabs and uses a chef's trick to do so.
Chef Jack Stein explores the best of Australian food - this time he visits the Kimberley region of Western Australia and prepares silver cobbler in a spicy vindaloo.
Jack honours the people and food that he has encountered in Kimberley with a long-table dinner under the stars.
The chef spends time with a farming family to help them with their fruit picking, earning a key ingredient for watermelon Nahm Jim as a reward.
Jack ventures out to sea with indigenous guide Bart Pigram - the produce they catch proves perfect for one of Jack's favourite meals, clams with XO sauce.
Jack Stein visits Broome - which is famous for its beaches, sea life, and rich pearling history - and cooks a vegetarian curry and a dish of freshly-caught fish.
Series 1
Jack heads to an Australian winery where he blends his own pinot noir and enjoys a home-cooked lamb shank, and he also visits a finger lime orchard.
More culinary wonders in Oz with Jack Stein - this time he heads to a fig orchard and discovers the challenges of successful marron trapping on a boat trip.
Chef Jack Stein explores Australian food with a little help from his dad Rick - he starts his journey aboard an abalone vessel and meets truffle dogs.