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Rick Stein's Seafood Lovers' Guide

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About the Show

Some of the finest seafood in the world swims around the coastline of the British Isles. This eight-part series is a romantic and magical journey through the cuisine and heritage of Britain’s shores, from the north of Scotland, through Wales and the west coast of Ireland, down to Dorset and Cornwall.

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Posted by Elisa41Report
Hello Rick
My husband lover your show he watches it all the time and loves your seafood dishes I would like to know where I can get some of your seafood recipes so I can try making them for him<
Love your show
Posted by EW4Report
Rick,
How do I Poach a whole fish in a Fish Kettle (Fish Poacher.and What do I need for a court bulion ?
All Recipes, would Help. Any reader recipes please.
Mr Eric Williams. (EW4) in South Australia.)
Posted by StephenReport
We had the privilege of eating at the Seafood Restaurant in Padstow this year. We had the 35 pound 3 course luncheon special. It was special. No short cuts. The fish was superb. The baked makeral I had for entre was the best entre I have ever had. It was the best coffee I have ever had and the house wine labeled Rick Stein from Australia was the best Sav Blanc I have had. All up $160 for 2 people 3 courses each and a bottle of wine. Padstow is beautiful. So he remains my favourite chef and food program and I highly recommend making the trip to Padstow.