After selling his original Puggle Farm, Matthew Evans moves his family to the much larger Fat Pig Farm, where he has a dream to build a farm-to-table restaurant in the upper paddock. When the doors are flung open, Matthew will be put to the test as a restaurateur. Food critic turned farmer turned restaurateur - how hard can it be?
In the final episode of the series, George looks back at some of the best and most eccentric entrants in the last three years of Shed of the Year. From a giant green tea pot shed with a staircase built into the spouse to a shed that motors along Britain's rivers George rediscovers the extraordinary things people have create with the humble garden shed. There's also a shed built from old wine bottles as well as a faithful replica of a Japanese tea house, built in an Essex garden.
It's not all fun and games on the beach. It's time for Guy to get in the kitchen at his family cafe, The Depot, in North Bondi. The commercial kitchen allows Guy to do what he loves the most: experiment with produce. Guy puts together an experimental dish with cauliflower and beetroot hummus that is destined for the specials board. Then, when the work is done, it's time to party. Guy hosts a bunch of mates for the perfect steak with a special chimichurri salsa.
Finding time for a balanced diet is hard when there are so many demands on our time. What we eat and the way we eat it is often the first things to go out the window. In this episode, Guy cooks some great time-saving meals that both taste great and help you to achieve a better balance. Then, as a swell comes through, Guy is off to go surfing with local mate and pro surfer Perth Sandlick before the two prep some unique and super tasty tartine treats post surf. Finally, Guy kicks back to enjoy the sunset and prepares his super simple, lazy, shellfish lasagne.
Healthy balance is at the top of the list for chef Guy Turland. After kicking off with a few of Guy's go-to homemade teas, elixirs and infusions, it's off to the Bondi to Bronte coastal walk to talk wellness with nutritionist, author and mate Lola Berry. The two set up and cook a well-earned quinoa porridge. Finally, Guy proves healthy choices are not about missing out as he creates his beautiful homemade popsicles.