The F Word: Season 2, Episode 6

Episode #2.6 (26 Jul. 2006)

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In this week's F Word Gordon is joined in the kitchen by four Oxford students who are all passionate amateur cooks and think they've got what it takes to thrive in Gordon's kitchen. Gordon ... See full summary »

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In this week's F Word Gordon is joined in the kitchen by four Oxford students who are all passionate amateur cooks and think they've got what it takes to thrive in Gordon's kitchen. Gordon and his posh brigade cook Dublin Bay Prawn Toast with Japanese Marinated Cucumber, Lemon Sole En Papillote with red chard and a mouth watering Plum Tatin with clotted cream - all simple recipes you can cook at home. As Trinny and Susannah continue to enjoy a life of luxury in his back garden, Gordon discovers what conditions are like for some less fortunate commercially farmed pigs. Michelle Collins takes Gordon on in the recipe challenge. And Jonathan Ross comes to the F Word restaurant where he gets to grips with a live eel and Gordon shows him the best thing to do with a celebrity cookbook. Written by Anonymous

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