We go behind the scene of his famous Soho restaurant, where Dan will show us what inspires him this season and how he plans his menu accordingly.
Border Collies, highly intelligent and energetic, excel in herding and agility, making them popular for both farms and active individuals.
Pembroke Welsh Corgis, favored by Queen Elizabeth II, excel in herding with their low-riding bodies and make great family farm dogs due to their intelligence and affectionate nature.
Jack Russell Terriers, small yet determined, excel at pest control on farms with their intelligence and energy, but require proper exercise and training to prevent destructive behavior.
Great Pyrenees, gentle yet strong, excel as farmyard guardians with their calm and affectionate nature, but require proper training due to stubbornness and large size.
Australian Cattle Dogs, versatile and loyal, excel as herders and watchdogs on farms, requiring early socialization, consistent training, and featuring easy-to-care-for coats.
German Shepherds, versatile and loyal, excel as farm dogs with their herding and guarding abilities, requiring proper training and socialization, originating from Germany.
Bernese Mountain Dogs, easy-going and loyal, excel as livestock guards on farms with their trainability and love for outdoor work, originating from Switzerland.
Old English Sheepdogs, popular herding dogs from England, thrive in colder climates but require coat maintenance, showcasing loyalty and sensitivity, and ranging in size from 20-24 inches and up to 100 pounds.
Komondors, recognizable for their corded coat, excel as independent livestock guards from Hungary, demonstrating loyalty and vigilance, and measuring 25-30 inches in height and weighing 88-130 pounds.