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My Home Kitchen

Director: Wes Holmes
Starring: Mark McCrowe
Genre: Food

From his home kitchen to yours, Chef Mark McCrowe cooks up a storm and takes you along for the journey. From traditional Newfoundland dishes to international favorites, flavor is on the menu.

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Episodes

Season 1

Episode 1

Chef Mark McCrowe shows you how to make the perfect burger at home, with beef tallow crinkle cut fries and a malted milk shake, prepared in a true diner style.

Episode 2

Learn how to make chef Mark McCrowe's take on seafood linguini, cooked al fresco and served right on the beach.

Episode 3

Make every night noodle night. Chef Mark McCrowe shows you how to make mala beef udon noodles, local mushrooms, a homemade chili oil and a sesame-fried egg.

Episode 4

Chef Mark McCrowe heads to the great outdoors to show you how to cook a moose vindaloo with toutons, cardamom scented rice, and a chickpea cucumber salad.

Episode 5

Want to learn how to make the perfect steak at home? Chef Mark McCrowe shows you how, with a steak au poivre, mashed potatoes, onion rings, turnip greens and a red wine pan sauce.

Episode 6

Learn how to cook a legendary seafood boil with salsa Bay de Verde, oyster leaf drawn butter, and all the seafood you can dream of with Chef Mark McCrowe.

Episode 7

Chef Mark McCrowe takes you aboard the pineapple boat with panang chicken, prawn, and pineapple curry with jasmine rice.

Episode 8

Chef Mark McCrowe shows you how to make a seaside lunch of Vietnamese grilled scallops with a freshly made nuoc cham.

Season 2

Episode 1

Let’s wok and roll! Chef Mark takes noodle night to a new level as he takes you through the paces as he makes his crispy ginger beef and lobster lo mein.

Episode 2

Chef Mark heads out on the open water to catch some fresh ingredients for his grilled adobo cod tacos that he’ll be cooking on a beach.

Episode 3

This is what dreams are made of. Pork dreams, that is. Chef Marks shows how to put together the most epic pork dish you’ll ever taste.

Episode 4

It’s capelin season and Chef Mark has a beach-side meal in mind that will bring this capelin to a new level.

Episode 5

Italian sausage with broccoli pasta is on the menu tonight, and Chef Mark is going to show you how to cook up a meal that will impress the whole family.

Episode 6

Chef Mark teams up with forager and farmer Shawn Dawson, as they cook up a feed of arctic char and harvest fresh fruits and greens from an organic garden.

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