Season 1, Episode 7
Jeff Corwin travels across the pond to sample some of the United Kingdom’s unique regional cuisine. He collects eel and mullet using a unique sled-like fishing device to make a traditional jellied eel dish. Jeff then heads to Borough Market with a longtime friend where they learn the secret to herring-studded stargazy pie. He high-tails it to Scotland where he makes smoked haddock in a whiskey barrel and scours the coastline for limpets, stubborn saltwater snails nearly impossible to pry off the rocks. To celebrate the end of his trip, Jeff enjoys a traditional Burns Supper complete with haggis: the sausage-like national dish of Scotland filled with sheep parts and cooked in an intestine casing.
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