Wales is known for a number of things. Sheep, hairy chested singing stars, an unusual approach to vowel distribution, perpetual rain … But food? Not so much. Aside from leeks or rarebit, it's hard to think of another dish the Valleys can lay full claim to.
But as Wales' verdant countryside (who's complaining about the rain now?) and the innovations of its homegrown chefs already show, Welsh cuisine encompasses so much more than allium vegetables and cheese on toast.
In the brand new MUNCHIES Guide to Wales, host Charlet Duboc delves into the country's little explored food scene, meeting the chefs, farmers, fishermen, foragers, chocolate factory founders, and Baked Bean Museum of Excellence owners making Wales one of the UK's most exciting places to eat.
Watch the full MUNCHIES Guide to Wales below. And mwynhewch eich bwyd!