After arriving in Jamaica and mixing with the locals at an outdoor market, Pete heads into the countryside to find that wonderful, starchy breadfruit. Roasted or fried breadfruit makes Pete think he's Captain Bligh, reborn!
Pete travels to Szged, the Paprika Capital of Hungary, and checks out a field of gloriously red sweet peppers before lending a hand to a master chef as he prepares some traditional Hungarian goulash on an open fire. Pass the paprika please!
Still stuffed from the traditional Italian truffle feast served the night before, Pete takes Toby the truffle hound into the woods to sniff out some truffles, one of the world's most renowned delicacies and one of Italy's prized exports.
Pete's got a pocketful of pesetas and he's looking for a score. he's come to Spain to find saffron, the world's most expensive spice. But first Pete checks out the annual Saffron festival where he cooks in the world's largest frying pan.
The Agora is hopping with people when Pete travels to Greece. Before long, he's hiking into the olive groves to help harvest one of the oldest cultivated fruits, then it's off to a mill where we learn how olive oil is processed.
After arriving in Los Angeles and rollerblading down the boardwalk in Venice Beach, Pete heads north to California orange country where he discovers the wonderful variations of California's most famous fruit.
Pete is south-of-the border bound and just itching to get his hands on some papaya. He begins his search in the bustling port town of Veracruz and discoves a plantation chock full of this sweet, velvety fruit.
After a visit to a sugar mill, and an opportunity to help out in the preparation of some Costa Rican dishes, Pete takes us to a banana plantation where we learn some fascinating facts that most don't know about this familiar fruit.
When Pete heads back to his early stomping grounds in Nottingham, England, he gets the chance to have a pint with old friends, visit his favorite fish n' chip shop and find out the side effects of mushy peas.
New Zealanders are known as 'Kiwis' the world over, and with good reason. Pete heads into the groves to help with the harvest, but not before he feasts on roasted lamb and proves he's definitely not a vegetarian!
Pete finds himself on the Sunshine Coast of Australia, where he gets the chance to see how many different fruits are grown and harvested there, including the indigenous macadamia nut. Pete cracks it open in the land down under!
Food Hunter, Pete Luckett tiptoes through the tulips in Holland as he looks for the bitter but pleasant tasting endive. Later, Pete sees red, amber & green - we're talking about Holland's greenhouse industry where every color of pepper is available!
Cavaillon is France's largest fruit market, perfumed by its melons named for the city, and known as Chanterais. The annual 4day melon-fest draws devotees, but Provence has even more delicacies to offer food hunters and food lovers alike.