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Everyone loves to indulge in a sweet treat now and then and you can't beat a good old-fashioned childhood classic like a sherbet dipper or a cinder toffee - but how easy is it to make them in your very own kitchen?
It's simple, according to award-winning confectioners Kitty Hope and Mark Greenwood, and today they will show us how to recreate childhood favourites that the whole family can enjoy.
Hot dogs are this year's hottest food trend and they've undergone a major transformation. Gone is the football stadium fast food, they are now gourmet treats - with a price tag to match!
In honour of National Hot Dog Month, Phil Vickery pitches his very own hotdog stand on London's Southbank, to demonstrate how to make your own delicious dog, without spending a fortune.
Today, Lisa Faulkner has been rustling up healthy fish and chips in her Coastal Cottage by the sea, so we've asked wine expert Olly Smith to take us through the ultimate accompaniments to one of Britain's best dishes!
Olly will also reveal his wine of the week.
So far in her travels around the beautiful Cornish coast, Lisa Faulkner has sampled cornish pasties, scones and ice cream, so in the last episode... it could only be fish and chips!
Carrying on our Coastal Cottage series, Lisa Faulkner heads to Westward Ho! in Devon to meet up with two brothers whose secret ice cream recipe has become legendary.
This week, Lisa Faulkner is giving us a taste of the great British seaside, as she tours around the Cornish coast. She's already cooked up a delicious and authentic Cornish pasty and in this episode, it's the turn of everybody's favourite - the cream tea!