Paul Hollywood celebrates his favourite flavours as he rediscovers a recipe from Cumbria's sea-faring history, a cheese from Yorkshire that nearly got banned, and flavours from his years living in Cyprus he thought he would never taste again with cook Tonia Buxton.
Recipes featured in this episode
About Tonia Buxton
is a presenter, historian, writer, gourmet cook and beauty expert.
Tonia is passionate about Greek food having done her apprenticeship from a very young age in her mother’s kitchen and believes Greek food is a big undiscovered secret!
About Judy Bell
Yorkshire cheesemaker Judy Bell started selling cheese after discovering she had an allergy to cow’s milk almost 30 years ago. After winning an award at the Great Yorkshire Show in 1993, she was picked up by a supermarket chain, so it was a huge shock one morning when Judy opened the post to discover that Defra were banning her from producing and selling the cheese under the name Feta.