Chef James Martin takes to the skies to explore how the beautiful and unique landscape of the British Isles produces distinct and delicious regional ingredients.
James visits his home county, Yorkshire. As he studies the landscape from above he investigates the unique environmental factors that have contributed to the creation of the Rhubarb Triangle and why Yorkshire's wild heather honey is so distinctive.
On the ground, he cooks blow-torched mackerel served with rhubarb chutney, and a honey and meringue roulade.
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|Series Editor||Karen Plumb|
|Executive Producer||Pete Lawrence|