Grow, Cook, Eat

Watch Grow, Cook, Eat

  • 2019
  • 3 Seasons
  • 9.2  (15)

Far from humble, the potato is a great source of nutrition, and surely the most versatile vegetable in terms of how it can be cooked. Presenter Karen O'Donohoe joins the crew of a Thornton's Recycling bin lorry as it collects brown bins from an estate in Dublin and finds out exactly what happens to the vegetable peelings and grass cuttings we throw into the bins.

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Celery and Celeriac
7. Celery and Celeriac
March 31, 2020
The final crop of series three is a double header. Karen agrees to grow celery despite her dislike of it, and also celeriac which she considers the 'pug' of the vegetable world - so ugly that it's cute!
Strawberries
6. Strawberries
March 31, 2020
The first fruit to receive the Grow Cook Eat treatment in this third series is everyone's favourite Summer treat - the strawberry.
Chard
5. Chard
March 31, 2020
Michael Kelly and Karen O'Donohoe have an easy run with this week's star veg - robust and easy to grow, the colourful rainbow chard brings a prolific harvest. Katie Sanderson shows how equally simple it is to cook, wilting it on eggs for a quick and delicious breakfast.
Broccoli
4. Broccoli
March 31, 2020
Karen attempts a world first by growing purple sprouting broccoli in a container. Michael puts her initial success down to good fortune and sure enough, trouble awaits.
Cucumber
3. Cucumber
March 31, 2020
Mick is feeling cool as a cucumber with his well-rehearsed veg trivia, new polytunnels and boy scout knowledge of cucumber growing. While there's more to it than the veg grown in earlier episodes, Karen shows how this prolific plant can also be grown outdoors in Container Corner, alongside some miniature cucumelons.
Oriental Greens
2. Oriental Greens
March 31, 2020
Trusty heads of iceberg lettuce are set aside to make room for their exotic cousins - mizuna, rocket and mustard greens. Easy to grow in beds and perfect for containers, these cut-and-come-again greens can be harvested multiple times, making them the ideal beginners' crop.
Broad Beans
1. Broad Beans
March 31, 2020
Broad beans are this year's first crop to find a home in Grow HQ soil. This is an easy vegetable to grow, as long as you have a resident ladybird, a hose to keep the blackfly at bay, and a beer trap to distract any slugs for good measure.
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Far from humble, the potato is a great source of nutrition, and surely the most versatile vegetable in terms of how it can be cooked. Presenter Karen O'Donohoe joins the crew of a Thornton's Recycling bin lorry as it collects brown bins from an estate in Dublin and finds out exactly what happens to the vegetable peelings and grass cuttings we throw into the bins.

Grow, Cook, Eat is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (17 episodes). The series first aired on April 30, 2019.

Where to Watch Grow, Cook, Eat

Grow, Cook, Eat is available for streaming on the Indigenius website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Grow, Cook, Eat on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon and Tubi TV.

  • Premiere Date
    April 30, 2019
  • IMDB Rating
    9.2  (15)