Adventurous cook Valentine Warner sets off on a culinary journey across the North Sea to Scandinavia. He dishes up delicious haddock in the Norwegian fjords and gets a crash course in open sandwich-making.
Valentine is heading to the glorious Danish island of Lolland, a natural larder of beautiful ingredients. Tangy goat's cheese becomes a creamy cheesecake and cherry wine transforms a roasted duck.
Valentine meets some of the brains behind three times winner of the world's best restaurant Noma. He explores traditional Danish cuisine, making a classic liver pate, pastries with a twist and Scandi favourite, crispbread.
It's summer, and Valentine heads for Sweden's prettiest forest to forage wild strawberries for an outdoor cake-baking session. Then it's off to the wild and windy Weather Islands to catch and cook langoustine for locals
Things are hotting up for Valentine, as he cooks over a fire with chef Niklas Ekstedt at his Michelin-starred fire pit restaurant in Stockholm. Then he cooks all day and parties all night at a Midsummer celebration.
From everyone's favourite, to more unusual Scandinavian delights, Valentine makes a mouth-watering rhubarb cake, turns freshly caught mackerel into a burger and creates liquorice ice cream with caramelised breadcrumbs.
Valentine's heading for the wilds of Norway, making lamb stew fit for a Viking. Salmon-fishing pays dividends, and he makes two great dishes - a quick version of the classic gravadlax and a surprising salmon Scotch egg.
It's winter, and Valentine is cooking game bird with Sweden's wildest chef Magnus Nilsson. Back in Stockholm, he's making cinnamon buns and getting to grips with the ultimate Scandinavian street food - fried herrings.
Valentine's ice-fishing on a frozen Swedish lake, and proves you only need a plank, a fire and a fish for a delicious lunch. After a cold morning moose-hunting, he heads indoors to create chocolate mousse.
The intrepid cook is above the Arctic Circle, in the beautiful, snowy land of the reindeer. But cooking smoked reindeer heart in minus 32 degrees is challenging - it's so cold Valentine's fingers stick to the knife!