The Man Who Couldn't Cook

Genre: Food
Host: Marino Strachan

Marino loves good cooking, but can't cook. That all changes as he learns from top chefs, gets inspired, and gets busy in the kitchen!

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Episodes

Episode 1

Marino begins his culinary journey at a family run Greek restaurant.

Episode 2

Marino tries to master making the perfect pizza at a busy pizzeria.

Episode 3

Marino learns the importance of knife skills while learning fine dining.

Episode 4

Marino spices his cooking skills up at an Indian restaurant

Episode 5

Marino tries Vegan cooking with celebrity chef, Tania Ganassini.

Episode 6

Marino takes all he has learned and tries cooking at home for his family.

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