HANGFIRE Southern Kitchen gurus Sam Evans and Shauna Guinn are set to hit the road again for a new series providing a taste of summer outdoor dining.

The Barry-based duo, take to the screen for Sam and Shauna’s Big Cook-Out – filmed before lockdown – on BBC One Wales, at 8.35pm on Monday, June 1.

Known for their inspirational barbecue recipes, the pair prepare for some summer cooking.


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The new series, filmed last summer, demonstrates how everyone can cook amazing food on a small scale.

Once that’s done, the team super-size it for a massive party each week celebrating a different community across Wales.

The first episode takes them to a unique green space right in the middle of Swansea.

Once the home of Swansea City Football Club, the Vetch Community Gardens is now crammed full of allotments where the locals grow an extraordinary range of produce from all over the world all year round.

It is all run by volunteers and is a sanctuary for many people from the hurly-burly of the modern world.

Using ingredients picked straight from the allotments, Sam and Shauna demonstrate how to make a special Garden Glut salad with feta cheese and a surprising twist, as well as a fresh Gooseberry Fool for dessert, all washed down with an elderflower and rhubarb cordial.

They also attempt their most ambitious build yet - a pizza oven.

Starting with the messy job of puddling their clay, it turns out to be easier said than done.

And they also meet one of the ex-stars of Swansea City FC, local legend Vic Gomersall who played in more than 200 games between 1966 and 1971.

The pair also join chef Matt Tebbutt, for a third time, when they appear on Saturday Kitchen on BBC One on June 6.