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Danny by the Sea

Genres: Food

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6.2

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About the Show

Danny by the Sea (known in the UK as Norfolk's Coastal Kitchen) is a British cooking series produced by Imago Productions in which host Danny Boome revisits his childhood haunts on the Norfolk coast and creates traditional dishes with a contemporary twist.

The series originally aired in the UK on the Food Channel from 2005-2006. There are 30 half-hour episodes in three seasons.

Danny by the Sea premiered in South Africa on DStv's BBC Food channel on Wednesday 9 April 2008, at 18h00. Double episodes air weekly, from 18h00-19h00.

Repeats

Thursdays: 06h00-07h00, 12h00-13h00
Saturdays: 20h00-21h00
Sundays: 08h00-09h00, 14h00-15h00

Synopsis

Great food, brilliant recipes and good old-fashioned seaside fun!

Chef Danny Boome takes a gastronomic trip down memory lane under the big, beautiful skies of North Norfolk in this series. As a young boy, he spent many summers there and now he returns to visit old haunts to create traditional dishes, with a modern twist.

Setting off on his gastronomic odyssey in a camper van, the former ice-hockey star and ex-model turned TV chef visits the seaside resorts with their wide sandy beaches and the market towns, with their picturesque cobble buildings and village greens, on the way gathering gourmet ingredients from Cromer to Kings Lynn.

Meeting gamekeepers, farmers and fishermen that help him unlock the secrets of fresh, local food; Danny cooks these ingredients in new and exciting ways.

From a cook-off on the beach, to Danny's attempt to impress locals at a food fair with some adventurous dishes, this series illustrates a genuinely British cooking style brought to life by a charismatic and talented young chef.


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Host - Himself

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