Food Lab by Ben Milbourne

Food Lab by Ben Milbourne

Season 2  |  Episode 2  |  Food Network  |  February 27, 2018

Ben's back down on the east coast of Tasmania and calls into Freycinet Marine Farm to visit Giles again. He chats to Ben about the farm's move into the production of mussels and diving for sea urchin. Ben heads back to the Avalon Coastal Retreat and prepares a dish with the fresh produce from the marine farm. Next, Ben arrives at the University of Queensland and heads down to the synthetic fields to cook producer Amee's favourite dish, Thai green curry. Joel Gilmore, scientist at the University of Queensland, explains why the seeds of a chilli holds all the heat. Back in the kitchen, Ben prepares a burrito bowl using one of his least favourite leafy greens, kale. Professor Lee Hickey, vegetable gene-ius, and Melissa Fitzgerald, protein pro, from the University of Queensland, give information on a few ingredients featuring the burrito bowl. Jack, Ben's son, sneaks in just in time to taste test the dish.

Ben's back down on the east coast of Tasmania and calls into Freycinet Marine Farm to visit Giles again. He chats to Ben about the farm's move into the production of mussels and diving for sea urchin. Ben heads back to the Avalon Coastal Retreat and prepares a dish with the fresh produce from the marine farm. Next, Ben arrives at the University of Queensland and heads down to the synthetic fields to cook producer Amee's favourite dish, Thai green curry. Joel Gilmore, scientist at the University of Queensland, explains why the seeds of a chilli holds all the heat. Back in the kitchen, Ben prepares a burrito bowl using one of his least favourite leafy greens, kale. Professor Lee Hickey, vegetable gene-ius, and Melissa Fitzgerald, protein pro, from the University of Queensland, give information on a few ingredients featuring the burrito bowl. Jack, Ben's son, sneaks in just in time to taste test the dish.

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