In the BBC2 programme, "What to Eat Now", Valentine Warner takes us on a mouth-watering, content-rich and beautifully filmed journey through the best of autumnal food. He charts the growth of his favourite foods from their first stirrings as seeds through to fully grown foods. Natural history filming techniques will capture the life-cycle of everything from rabbit to mackerel to pumpkin. The programme then follows Valentine as he brings each ingredient back from the river, sea, woodland and field, shore or highland and launches it into ovens, pans and barbecues. He cooks 3-4 dishes in each episode, both indoors and out.
Valentine Warner is a food writer and cook with a passion for nature, the seasons and mainly being outdoors. In September 2008 Valentine burst on to our TV screens with his first hit series "What to Eat Now" which saw him seeking out the best food and dishes that the four seasons have to offer. This was quickly followed up by a second series in 2009.
Valentine has recently fronted two series about "Ration Book Britain" on UKTV and has appeared on appearing on Alan Titchmarsh's ITV show Love Your Garden.
Valentine writes columns for Countryfile and Delicious and has written for The Times, The Mail on Sunday, The Guardian, The Independent, Olive, Waitrose Kitchen and many more publications.
Valentine's books What to Eat Now and What to Eat Now - More Please have both been published by Mitchell Beazley and have been bestsellers.