Portwenn Online
A Magical Cornish Village
Doc Martin is
Out of the Woods
Pauline is eating a pastry at her desk when
she tells the boy to pick up the gum he
placed under his chair.
Pauline is eating a sandwich at her desk
when Louisa walks in to talk to Martin about
his treatment of Mark.
On the Edge
Pauline is eating a donut that is perched on
her finger when the baker arrives with his cut
Pauline is eating a sandwich on the front
porch of the surgery after she gives Al her
application to mail.
Pauline has a plate of biscuits in her hand
when Martin sends Colonel Spencer out of
the surgery
At the Pasty Eating Competition, Martin
confiscates all of the pasties because he
believes they may be contaminated due to the
baker's gastrointestinal problems.
Of All the Harbours in All the Towns
Melanie bakes a chocolate cake for Martin.
Elaine eating a sandwich in the pub at lunch.
John and Joan have a picnic overlooking the
sea:  Champagne, strawberries, cheese and
pickle sandwiches.
Elaine walks out of the kitchen and over to
her desk with a plate of biscuits.
Born With a Shotgun
Shirley Dunwich offers Aunt Ruth some
chocolate biscuits.
Penale is eating an ice cream cone when
Martin calls to ask him to meet him at the
Dunwich house.
Blood is Thicker
Pauline is eating a sandwich on the porch
while talking to Al.
Mark is making sandwiches when Martin
walks into the Police Station.
Cats and Sharks
Eleanor and Bert are making tapas for the
Spanish Night.
Happily Ever After
Bert and Al have prepared a large feast for
the wedding reception, including chickens,
fruit platters, hors d'oeuvres and a tiered
wedding cake.
At Louisa's house they have hors d'oeuvres
to keep them going until the wedding.
Sh*t Happens
When Aunt Joan visits Martin to talk about the
water scare, he is filleting a fish.
Always on My Mind
When Martin walks by Louisa and Danny
sitting on a bench, Danny is eating a
Aunt Joan arrives with leek and potato soup
just after Helen Pratt has died.
Bert is waiting to see the doc about his bad
back and reaches for a biscuit from Pauline's
Driving Mr McLynn
Martin is having lunch (or dinner) with Aunt
Joan in her kitchen when he finds out that she
is broke and has let her car insurance lapse.  
Martin clears the table and takes the leftover
food to the counter, and as he is leaving he
thanks her for the chicken.
Louisa is walking down Fore St eating what
looks like a pasty when Pauline and Al ride up
on Pauline's scooter to apologise for calling
her fat.
Better the Devil
Aunt Joan brings Martin a pie that she made.
The Departed
Jim Selkirk is eating from a bag of crisps
(chips) while he is sitting next to Martin on the
train.  Of course, when he has a heart attack
and dies shortly after, Martin attributes his
death to his diet of junk food.
Martin is preparing fish for his dinner when
Edith stops in to inquire about his trip to
Martin is leaving the Wenn house after
attending to Theo when he stops in on their
dinner party and warns everyone about
eating the food that has been prepared by
Gentlemen Prefer
There are plates of biscuits all over the
waiting room on Martin's first morning as GP
in Portwenn.  Elaine bought 20 packages that
Mrs Richards has a cup of tea and a couple
of biscuits ready to give to Martin when her
daughter tells her that he fired Elaine.  She
refuses to give them to him and her daughter
takes one of the biscuits.
A courier delivers cartons and cartons (and
there are more in the van) of biscuits that had
been ordered by Elaine.
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
Martin (with Louisa's assistance) prepares
dinner for Dennis and Karen.  It appears to be
a tossed salad, possibly mackerel (Martin
mentioned doing mackerel on the way home
from the school concert), potatoes,
asparagus, and some mixed vegetables.  
Accompanied, of course, by red and white
The Tameness of a Wolf
When Aunt Ruth is sitting in a cafe with
Caroline, she appears to be eating a
Aunt Ruth finds a birthday cake with lit candle
on her kitchen table.
Joe Penhale has just finished fixing his beans
on toast when he gets a call from Mr Nugent
about Robert Campbell's car blocking the
Martin has taken Aunt Ruth to lunch for her
birthday and we see a closeup of her cutting
into her steak, which makes Martin
uncomfortable because his haemophobia has
returned.  It also looks like she has potatoes
and possibly green beans on her plate.
Perish Together as Fools
The morning after Al stood her up, Pauline
walks form the kitchen to her desk carrying an
City Slickers
Louisa removes the starters from the fridge
just before their evening is interrupted.
Terri Oakwood is making her "green soup"
when Martin comes to check on Sam.
Going Bodmin
Chris Parsons' son, Dan, buys an ice cream
cone from a truck on the beach while his
father talks to Martin about his future.
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The Portwenn Effect
Elaine is eating biscuits at her desk when she
tells Martin about his home visit to Stewart.
Stewart serves Martin a curry with pudding
after (looks like some type of fruit that
includes bananas).  There's a plate of polenta
for Anthony.
Peter opens and eats a small package of
candy while holed up overnight.  We also saw
him pack a giant Cadbury Dairy Milk Bar.
Bert and the patrons in the pub use ketchup
to fool Martin into thinking it is blood and elicit
a response from him.
Louisa gets ice cream cones for herself and
Peter Cronk from the Kelly's Ice Cream truck
in the car park near the top of the village.
In the Fish and Chip shop we see Mrs Cronk
peeling potatoes when Louisa brings Peter
home from the hospital.
When Mrs Cronk tries to call Louisa for help
with Peter, we see the uneaten dinner on the
table.  Beef, peas, carrots, potatoes, bread,
orange juice.