James Martin: Home Comforts

James Martin: Home Comforts
A glimpse of the chef off duty at home in his own kitchen, preparing the dishes he shares with friends, as well as those suitable for a quiet night in. James explores every aspect of home cooking, from the recipes inherited from ancestors to the local producers that supply him with the best quality ingredients, and a look at the budding entrepreneurs who have turned their own family recipes into successful businesses.
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