字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Eat Sleep Dreamers welcome to Maltby Street Market. I'm here with my very good friend Gemma. Hi. Wahey. We are in matching denim. Yes, we are in matching denim. Gemma lives really close to Maltby Street market so she's going to take me round one of London's coolest markets. So it's mainly a food market and so we're going to try loads of different things. Gemma knows what the specialities are here so we're talking about donuts. Yep, St John have a donut stand down there so I think we should definitely sample some of those. I'm so excited. Alright we're going to start off by going and getting a cup of coffee. I need to wake up a little bit so we're going to head down the market to a really cool little coffee stand. Do you want a coffee? I'm not so much of a coffee drinker, I'm more gin. More of a gin girl? I like her style! Alright, I've got my flat white coffee, very excited, so Gem. Gem knows a lot about this market, so Gem can you tell us a bit about when it started. It's actually a relatively new market for a lot of the London markets. It started around 2010. I believe it was a reclamation yard so there's a store here that has old furniture and bits and bobs and they started the market. I think a lot of the stalls on the market, the permanent stalls use the furniture that's kind of from here and it grew from there really. Ok, so 2010 and it's not too touristy. I mean like it's quite local, isn't it? Yeah, to be honest with you i didn't even know about this market until. I don't know, a year and a half, two years ago so it kind of goes a bit more under the radar. Yeah and Gem knows like good local spots to hang out. You really search them out I mean like whenever, because I've lived and sort of come you know I've lived in other places and come back to London and whenever I've come back I always hang out with Gem and her husband Nick and they show me the cool spots in London because you guys know. Well I think there's always so much on your own doorstep that you can explore so I always like to find it especially if something is local, even easier, you can just get up and go. I guess it's juts a bit of a feeling of discovery in that as well. Cool, well we're going to discover loads of great food. What should we go for first? I've got my coffee, what goes with coffee? Donuts! I think coffee and donuts go well together. Alright, let's do that. Alright, we're at the donut stand. Can you tell us what we've got? So we have lemon, chocolate and jam and then vanilla. Alright so we're starting off with the vanilla donut. It looks like a nice dollop here, I mean shall I just go straight in? Yeah just dive in. It's good. It's not easy to eat. Oh my lord! That is really good. Really fresh! Good amount of sugar-coating on the lips, always the sign of a good donut. What I love about this market is that it's really colourful like they've got beautiful flags above the market. Old random, this is what you were saying about. Yeah exactly the kind of reclaimed furniture that's seen throughout. And all the seats and the tables are kind of all mishmash random yeah it's got a really good feel to it. Also the smells, right? Oh it smells good here. And like as you walk the different stalls. It changes. Bumping into people. You get like grilled cheese smells and then you'll get like spices. Alright we've come to the scotch egg stall. Hi. So Gem talk us through, tell us what a scotch egg is. So there is a hard boiled egg in the middle and usually a kind of layer of pork meat and then it's coated in breadcrumbs, that's my basic knowledge and they are traditional at picnics. Exactly it's really traditional at British picnics you'll scotch eggs. It's a nice little snack and here we've got loads of different varieties right so you've got the classic one then chorizo so like Spanish sausage. And a lot of scotch egg stands do veggie ones now as well so if you are not into meat you can still enjoy a scotch egg. So it's not as traditional. So here they have mushroom and lentil scotch eggs so everyone can enjoy. And sausage rolls as well, pork pies this is the full British English. If you are having a picnic you need to come here. Ok, what are we going to have? What do you reckon we should try? We are going to share one. I'm in for a classic. Ok, can we get one classic please? Any chutney or mustard on the side? Yes please. Alright, here we go with our scotch eggs. Cheers Gem! Nice one! Oh yeah, hell yeah! They've put some salt and pepper on the top, it brings out the flavour. And the egg is kind of a little bit runny so it's got this real like soft savoury flavour. Yeah this is good egg. Because you can get scotch eggs in super markets and they are not that great. Small and kind of not much flavour to them whereas this one, these ones are like really rich in flavour. Might dip it in mustard. We've got dipping. Let's see, that's quite a lot of mustard. I'm going to dip as well. Gem where have you brought us? I've have brought you to..Jensen's! Yeah! Best gin in the Kingdom. Gin, so we are at a gin distillery? Oh my gosh, ok. oh man! Yeah you can taste the rose, yeah it's really good. I'm into it. So Gem we've had the full tour of the gin distillery. We are clued up on the history of gin. I mean, i can't remember it all but it's there somewhere. So what have you got here? What i do know is that I have a classic gin and tonic and he did explain why the colour is like that. Can you remember? Oh yes I remember it's the original colour of quinine which is the main ingredient of the water in tonic water and they take the quinine out for commercial purposes sorry not the quinine but the colour of quinine and in this one it has the original colour which is why it's kind of orangey. Yeah and my one is a pink one which I'm comfortable with. What's, why is mine pink? This one has some rose lemonade in it, so that's why it's a pink colour. Amazing! Cheers Gem! Alright Gem we've had our gin and tonics. Yeah feeling good, feeling the buzz. Feeling the buzz yeah so now i think it's time to get some food. What shall we get? I'm thinking maybe some kind of cheese? Cheese! Like a grilled cheese sandwich . Grilled cheese, I'm into it! Let's do this. It's suddenly got really busy in Maltby Street Market now. I guess people have come for their lunch and to try loads of different things but yeah it's way busier than before. Yeah because the sun's out so more people are coming. Alright we're at the grilled cheese stand. Sorry sorry! We're at the grilled cheese stand, Gem which one shall we go for/ I mean I'm thinking cheddar. Classic British cheese. This looks incredible. So Gem one of the things that I love about you is that you get more excited about food than anyone I know and right now. I've got a big smile on my face. Look at that! Look at this. Oh my gosh. Just a world of cheese. I'm loving like the crispy like the crispy sides of the bread. The cheese just oozing out. it's almost like you don't want to eat it, I'm so excited by looking at it. But obviously we have to eat it. Alright, go for it. Ok, now this could be messy. So, I'm just going to dig in. Oh yeah. Is it good? That is so hot! Maybe we should have got one each. Yeah I'm going back.