Sean pays a visit to the coastal town of Whitby, where he joins local trawlermen at work. He then makes his way to Morpeth to take on the challenge of attempting to convert a group of Northumberland offal-haters with some stuffed lambs hearts.
Sean is in Broughton-in-Furness where he attempts to break the world record for the largest Cumberland sausage. After traveling to Morecambe, he goes salmon-fishing the traditional way. He also creates a 18th-century menu at a country house in the Lake District.
Sean creates lunch for some local dignitaries on the Scarborough Flyer, a classic locomotive from the 1920s. He also makes black pudding at a Blackpool B&B.
Sean competes in a pork pie bake off against a champion pie-maker in Huddersfield before competing with two award-winning sticky toffee pudding makers in Penrith.