Michael shows how easy the unfamiliar can be with a gastronomic visit to Morocco.
Michael demonstrates how to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary.
Michael creates a simple brunch buffet with sunshine smoothies, a tasty baked egg dish, potato bacon cakes and French toast with blueberry maple sauce.
Michael makes a special candlelight dinner for his wife.
Michael heads to the kitchen to clear away the rainy day blues.
Michael heads to the kitchen to play doctor daddy.
Michael is on a quest for culinary adventure in his own kitchen.
Sharing food is one of the friendliest gestures anyone can make, so Michael invites the new neighbours over for dinner.
Fresh local ingredients are the inspiration for this delicious meal.
Michael celebrates his wife Rachel’s birthday by creating a new dish with her favourite crustacean.
Reggae music and Michael’s island cooking experience are the inspiration for a Caribbean themed meal.
Michael heads to the refrigerator to reinterpret some old flavour pairings.
Michael reveals the simplicity of making great tasting Chinese food at home.
No good deed goes unrewarded in Michael’s kitchen.
Weekends are a time to take it easy, letting weekday tensions fade away.
It’s a beautiful day for a picnic and Michael improvises cold salads to maximize his time outdoors.
Michael’s quest for flavour leads him down a delicious path.
An adventurous spirit leads Michael to the bright flavours of India.
Michael brings the flavours of Italy to his kitchen.
After a day on the golf course, Michael prepares some 19th hole refreshments.
Great ingredients and lots of friends are the key to any great party.
Paper-baked halibut with julienne vegetables, rice paper tuna salad roll, cherry tomato crisp and curried cauliflower soup with red pepper puree add colourful flavour to Michael’s dinner table.
Michael fuses fun and flavours in the kitchen.
Variety is the key to life, in and out of the kitchen.
Bored with routine, Michael takes the tried and true out to grill.
Michael’s mom is coming for dinner so he jazzes up some of her classics.