Nigel takes a tour of the diversity in modern British home cooking; he cooks classic suet dumplings and meets Nita, with her recipes for pea kachori and lamb samosas, and Rafael from Poland to learn the art of pierogi cooking.
Nigel discovers well-loved soup recipes that have come from around the world. He meets Miles, with his mum's fish tea recipe, tastes Sumiko's miso soup, and visits Regina to try her chicken soup at a Friday night family Shabbat dinner.
Nigel sees how custard brings out the child in everyone, from his dad's fabulous Christmas trifle to a fragrant Iraqi dish that takes Linda back to happy days in Baghdad. He also reveals the secrets behind home-baked Portuguese custard tarts.
Nigel samples Yasmin's special Iranian fesenjoon, gets a lesson in Brazil's national dish feijoada from brothers Andre and Anderson, and discovers the delicate flavours of a Bangladeshi korma as he joins Enam and his family to celebrate Eid.
Nigel visits Trowbridge to taste a Moroccan lamb tagine, learns the art of pairing spices for a Indonesian fish dishes, and meets Zoe who shows him how to make jollof, Ghanaian style. Nigel creates a roast pork belly and shredded duck.
Nigel's tour of modern British home cooking explores the flair and flamboyance of noodles, from his own rustic take on old-fashioned spaghetti bolognese to the German art of noodle-making from scratch.
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