Series 2 · Episode 1
Anjum Anand meets Lynn, a charity worker from Liverpool. Lynn is no stranger to the kitchen (she cooks for her local hospital, but she has set her sights on having a stall in Liverpool's biggest farmers market in a bid to raise money for the charity and would love to cook Indian food.
Series 2 · Episode 2
Anjum Anand meets Michael (known as Scottie to his friends) Scott, the captain of Stoneygate, one of Leicester's oldest rugby clubs. Every month, the team has a takeaway curry. Anjum convinces Scottie to join her in the kitchen so she can show him how simple it is to cook an Indian meal for the players.
Series 2 · Episode 3
In London, Anjum Anand meets James Moody, a self-confessed foodie who loves throwing dinner parties for his friends. James enjoys Indian food but is daunted by the prospect of cooking it and apprehensive about the numerous components he believes the dishes require.
Series 2 · Episode 4
Anjum Anand travels to Edinburgh to meet Wendy Barrie. Wendy is a champion of Scottish food and a local culinary celebrity, thanks to her popular cookery demonstrations. Wendy's traditional Scottish food is always a hit, but she has decided to go on a voyage of gastronomic discovery and cook Indian food for the first time.
Series 2 · Episode 5
Again in London, Anjum Anand meets Jonathan Readman, who married his wife Lorraine (who comes from Goa) two years ago. Jonathan confesses to Anjum he has only managed to cook for Lorraine twice and every Sunday he enjoys a Goan feast lovingly prepared by his mother-in-law, Clara.
Series 2 · Episode 6
Anjum travels to the multicultural town of Bradford in the north of England to meet Jessica, who is no stranger to cooking for the masses. She is a volunteer chef on board a classic steam train that wends its way through the stunning Yorkshire Dales.