Extra scenes from Passing It On, the second series of Too Good to Waste.
Dr Jonathan Wilkin is a food scientist from the University of Abertay, specialising in food hygiene, safety and quality. Here he puts Des McLean to the test on Too Good To Waste, as he tests him on his food knowledge.
Stephen Purdon might have played a mechanic on River City for the best part of ten years, but the actor is pretty clueless when it comes to cars.
As a result he’s frittering money away when it comes to the way he runs his car. Call advanced driving instructor Brian Taylor, who can teach anyone how to get more out of a litre of fuel, and the best way to run an efficient car.
In series one, television presenter and journalist Kaye Adams was taught how to cut down on her family’s food waste, by growing her own produce in her garden.
Us Scots are pretty guilty of food waste, with a mammoth 12 million tonnes of food and drink being thrown away each year – most of which was still safe to consume.
So in a bid to make Kaye cut down on her own household’s waste – as well as helping the family to eat fresh and local, she was given tips from gardener Pete Jackson on harvesting her own veg.
Do you struggle to keep dinner times interesting, all while trying to eat healthily, stick to a budget, and avoid spending the whole night in the kitchen? Scottish radio and TV personality Chick Young does, so chef Carina Contini shared some easy, economical meals with him as part of Too Good To Waste: Passing It On.
Julie Hannah has recently gotten married, moved house and had a baby – all expensive things to do, join her on this programme and find out how to save the pennies here and there.
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