The Hairy Bikers continue their mission to savour Britain’s best family recipes as they travel up and down the country in search of mums and their recipe books – often handed down from generation to generation. On the way, they hear the stories and prepare the food, heart-warming, stomach-filling family favourites including Meat and Potato Pie, Grandma Lassie’s Dock Pudding, Welsh Cakes, Saltfish and Ackee, Dutch Pea Soup, Tortillas, Stuffed Cabbage, Chicken Pie, Paella, Diggers and more… much more!
In each episode the mums join the Bikers at the Recipe Fair to share their best recipes, while members of the public bring theirs; and food historian Gerard Baker tests cooking skills of the Bikers – and the unsuspecting public.
It’s a feast of cooking fun as the Hairy Bikers continue to prove without a doubt that Mums Know Best!
Bonus Feature: The Hairy Bikers Mums Know Best at Christmas. The Bikers are looking for Christmas-minded Mums and festive foods as they prepare an unforgettable feast with homemade decorations and a special Christmas Recipe Fair.
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Once again the Hairy Bikers really show that Mum's Know Best in this second series. The Mums and the occassional Dad, show that good meals are being produced from long established recipes that have been within their families for some time. Recipes that are not all necessarily from Britain but have been brought into this country by the influx of many people from different parts of the world. Si and Dave's down to earth way in presenting is still there to be seen. They bring these type of cookery programmes alive, and they naturally settle the person trying to describe, cook and present their own family recipe. I really enjoyed the first series and had no hesitation in purchasing that DVD and Book, and the same goes with series two.