Season 01, Episode 04 — “USA”
Si and Dave lift the lid on the origins story of one of the world’s favourite fast foods – southern fried chicken. Richmond, Virginia, is home to an African American community – many of whom are direct descendants of the 19th-century agricultural slaves. Chicken was of such low status at the time that the slaves were allowed to rear their own chickens and ultimately offered them a route to freedom.
The Hairy Bikers are on a mission to find the best chicken and egg recipes in the world. Biking across Europe, the Middle East and America, the boys celebrate the versatility of both chicken and egg.
- Hairy Bikers: Chicken & Egg S01E06 – UK 2 Season 01, Episode 06 — “UK 2”
Our island nation is one of the most cosmopolitan and culinary diverse countries in the world. The Bikers question whether the best chicken dish in the world might actually be at our doorstep! They head to Bromsgrove for some of the best jerk chicken in […]
- Hairy Bikers: Chicken & Egg S1E01 – UK Season 01, Episode 01 — “UK”
The Hairy Bikers are on a mission to find, cook and eat the most delicious chicken and egg recipes in the world. Biking across Europe, the Middle East and America, the boys celebrate the versatility and universality of both chicken and egg.They start their […]
- Hairy Bikers: Chicken & Egg S1E02 – France Season 01, Episode 02 — “France”
Si and Dave are determined to find out why French chickens are heralded as the poshest birds on the planet. They start their investigations in Lyon, arguably the home of modern French gastronomy, to discover the secrets behind haute cuisine. They visit a […]
- Hairy Bikers: Chicken & Egg S1E05 – Israel Season 01, Episode 05 — “Israel”
The Middle East is both the cradle of cuisine and at the cutting edge of modern cooking. In Israel, the Bikers visit the two and a half thousand year old archaeological remains of the world's first poultry farm and also get a freaky glimpse into what is […]
- Hairy Bikers: Chicken & Egg S1E03 – Morocco Season 01, Episode 03 — “Morocco”
Chicken was barely eaten in North Africa before the 1970s and now it is the most eaten meat in Morocco. In Tetouan, the gastronomical and poultry capital of the country, the boys experience the full extent of Spanish and Moorish influences on Moroccan […]