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Top London chef Simon Lamont shares his secrets and offers tips and tricks that will allow you to make complicated food easily. Simon's quest for big flavors finds him meeting characters that are as passionate about food as he is. Over the course of the series, Simon hits the road to sample the best cuisine and interacts with those who provide the tastiest locally made produce.

The Lazy Chef is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (6 episodes). The series first aired on October 1, 2015.

Where do I stream The Lazy Chef online? The Lazy Chef is available for streaming on FilmRise, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Lazy Chef on demand at Amazon online.

1 Season, 6 Episodes
October 1, 2015
Cast: Simon Lamont
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The Lazy Chef Full Episode Guide

  • Simon Lamont returns to his home city of Dublin to explore the social food movement that is taking over the capital. To celebrate, he decides to host his own pop-up supper club for his friends and family, making a mix-and-match brunch that deconstructs breakfast favorites, along with a trio of burgers.

  • Simon Lamont explores Kilkenny, where he fly-fishes and prepares a stuffed trout dish. He then takes a trip to the market to explore the street food scene that is thriving in the city, and rustles up Asian duck noodles.

  • Simon Lamont explores County Galway, an area well known for its vegetable crops. He uses the opportunity to showcase his vegetarian platter, and prepares a "lazy" chicken and pasta dish that takes less time to rustle up than a traditional recipe.

  • Simon Lamont visits County Tipperary, home to some of the best grazing pastures in the country. He decides to get hands-on farming experience as he massages some Wagyu cows before preparing slow-roasted pork belly, a dish that combines the county's most famous produce, alcohol and apples.

  • Simon Lamont visits County Mayo and gets straight to work fishing for his dinner in the Atlantic. He also herds sheep on Achill Island, and then prepares dishes of slow-roasted shoulder of lamb, sticky honey and soy fish with soba noodles.

  • Simon Lamont shares tips on how to make complicated dishes. He begins by visiting County Cork, which is famed for its influence on the artisanal food movement. He takes advantage of its 1,000 km coastline by preparing a shellfish roast, and picks up some mozzarella from a buffalo farm that he uses in his special pizza recipe.