Far Flung Floyd

Keith Floyd sets off to Asia to explore the language, culture, geography and obviously the cuisine of Hong Kong, Malaysia, Vietnam and Thailand. His locations include fishing boats, beaches and naturally he weaves his way into the homes and kitchens of local families and celebrities alike.

 

No. of Episodes: 7

Episodes

1  Vietnam

Keith Floyd kicks off his tour of the Far East in Vietnam with visits to Ho Chi Minh City and a floating hotel on the Saigon River before dining at a snake restaurant and trying some cobra tonic.
Duration: 30'

 

2  Bangkok

Today - Floyd cooks up a feast for the vendors at Bangkok's floating market and takes a stroll down Pat Pong
Duration: 30'

 

3  North Thailand

Today Floyd strides the hills near the Burmese border and creates a dish of spicey pork balls before speeding up river to picnic Thai style with the local farmers
Duration: 30'

 

4  Koh Samui, Thailand

The ever-ebullient Floyd takes a rest on the Paradise Island of Koh Samui and cooks crabs on the beach under the watchful eye of the Big Buddha
Duration: 30'

 

5  West Malaysia

Our intrepid gastronaut arrives in the ancient capital of the spice trade - Malacca where he tries Devil's chicken and gets invited to a traditional Malaysian wedding feast
Duration: 30'

 

6  East Malaysia

Floyd tries his hand at Tamarind Chicken and Malaysian Squid Curry before visiting the night market where he discovers a variety of local dishes
Duration: 30'

 

7  Hong Kong

The final leg of Floyd's Far Eastern travels takes him on a gastronomic tour of Hong Kong where he dishes up sizzling sweet and sour prawns discovers the intricacies of Dim Sum and serves up a lobster stir-fry.
Duration: 30'

 

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2 Bangkok

Sunday 12 October 2014 at 11:30

3 North Thailand

Sunday 12 October 2014 at 12:00

4 Koh Samui, Thailand

Sunday 12 October 2014 at 12:30

6 East Malaysia

Sunday 19 October 2014 at 11:30

7 Hong Kong

Sunday 19 October 2014 at 12:00

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