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Market Kitchen

Market Kitchen
Genre Cookery
Presented by Rachel Allen
Amanda Lamb
Matt Tebbutt
Tom Parker Bowles
Matthew Fort
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of series 2
Production
Executive producer(s) Nicola Moody
Janice Gabriel
Ben Adler
Patricia Llewellyn
Producer(s) Alan Boyle
Location(s) London, England
Running time 2 years
Production companies Optomen
Broadcast
Original channel UKTV Food
Good Food HD
Original run April 2007 – 2010

Market Kitchen is a cookery programme, made by Optomen, that premiered on Good Food in 2007.[1] Presented by Rachel Allen, Amanda Lamb, Matt Tebbutt, Tom Parker Bowles and Matthew Fort, the programme concentrates on seasonal cooking and features visits to a local market to obtain seasonal produce.[1] The first series was presented from a customised kitchen in Borough Market and featured Tana Ramsay as one of its presenters.[2][3][unreliable source?]

In 2009, the programme incorporated the Local Food Hero competition, which had previously had its own series on UKTV Food.[4][5][6] It will feature the winner of a competition to find Britain's best pudding, launched by Christopher Biggins in April 2010.[7][8][9] In 2010, spin-off, Market Kitchen's: Big Adventure, aired on Good Food.

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