As is obvious from some of the other comments, not everyone understands that this is just a cooking show. It is not a soap opera. It is not about "characters" it is about food, lovely, "pukka" food. And "Pukka Tukka" is clearly spelled that way to provide the show with a fun, catchy title. No one will spell "tucker" wrong because of it. "Pukka" is Brit slang for well-cooked. I wouldn't want anyone's comments to dissaude you from watching this whenever it airs on your local network or cable station, and buying it whenever it hopefully is available on DVD, because it is well-done (pukka!) and great fun. Also check out Jamie on "Oliver's Twist," "Naked Chef," and "Jamie's Kitchen." His cookbooks are great as well.
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