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Peter Gordon's Pacific Harvest Television (Full Length) – 2001 Documentary Lifestyle

Peter Gordon's Pacific Harvest

Television (Full Length) – 2001 Documentary Lifestyle

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Whanganui-born chef Peter Gordon helmed the Sugar Club in Wellington in the 80s, before moving to the UK and started up a series of acclaimed restaurants, including Providores and Tapa Room (opened shortly after this doco was made). Plaudits as a pioneer of ‘fusion’ cooking followed. Here the ‘kai magpie’, takes in everything from paw paw to paua on a homecoming taste trip: raw fish in Rarotonga, Waikato River 'tuna', deer at Wairarapa’s Te Parae, Seresin organic olive oil, Marlborough koura, Stewart Island oysters, and more. The one-off special screened on TV One and on BBC2.

Key Cast & Crew

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Rob McLaughlin

Director

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Tim Woodhouse

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Peter Gordon

Original Idea, Presenter

In order to get to a heart of the city it’s good to start at the stomach.
– Gordon on visiting the Avondale Markets