My Tasty Travels with Lynda Bellingham

September 2012

Episode of Friday 28 September 2012

3.0 107 x
Lynda is in Bristol today where she has to prepare a course for a local supper club using eggs from the locals' hens. She soaks up some maritime history on the SS Great Britain.

Episode of Monday 24 September 2012

3.0 102 x
Today, Lynda is in the Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall where she goes to the local tennis club in the village of Veryan to make them a special afternoon tea.

Episode of Friday 21 September 2012

3.0 34 x
Lynda travels to the Lizard Peninsula where she learns about its famous lighthouse. She discovers a thriving camel population and is invited to take part in a fishing competition.

Episode of Thursday 20 September 2012

3.0 68 x
In Surrey, Lynda visits Brooklands racing track and the Georgian landscape gardens at Painshill Park. Today's challenge is sausage casserole at the Loseley Park Food Festival.

Episode of Wednesday 19 September 2012

3.0 92 x
Lynda reaches Cornwall for the Gweek gala hog roast. She visits the Cornish Seal Sanctuary, meets some artists in Porthlevan, and makes a fish pie to thank her hosts at Gweek.

Episode of Tuesday 18 September 2012

3.0 59 x
Lynda arrives in Aberaeron for the Cardigan Bay Seafood Festival. She enjoys some dolphin-spotting, and her home-made raspberry chocolate brownies prove popular.

Episode of Monday 17 September 2012

3.0 35 x
Today, Lynda is in Lyme Regis on Dorset's Jurassic coast where she meets up with the local RNLI crew, goes on a fossil hunt at Charmouth, and learns about boatbuilding.

Episode of Friday 14 September 2012

3.0 52 x
Lynda travels to mid-Devon where she meets the artisans at the Bovey Tracey contemporary craft fair. She goes bell ringing and learns to make the perfect scone.

Episode of Thursday 13 September 2012

3.0 41 x
Lynda Bellingham and her vintage campervan Batty visit Aberystwyth in mid-Wales where she is challenged to make a traditional Welsh stew.

Episode of Thursday 13 September 2012

3.0 115 x
Lynda visits a living museum, cooking traditional beef and ale pie in the Victorian kitchen. She also visits a brewery and gets tips from a local food historian.
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