The F Word: Season 3, Episode 9

Episode #3.9 (3 Jul. 2007)

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For the climax of the BAFTA-nominated food series, the action moves to Gordon's restaurant at Claridge's in London's West End where the most successful amateur brigade of the series will be... See full summary »

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For the climax of the BAFTA-nominated food series, the action moves to Gordon's restaurant at Claridge's in London's West End where the most successful amateur brigade of the series will be cooking the lambs Gordon and his family have been rearing in their back garden. For the winning brigade it's the ultimate culinary challenge. Award-winning comedian RICKY GERVAIS comes for dinner and gets the surprise of his life when he tastes some of the world's strangest foods. Plus HUGH FEARNLEY-WHITTINGSTALL helps Gordon cook the offal from his sheep, JANET STREET PORTER picks a fight with corporate turkey giant Bernard Matthews, and wins, and Gordon heads north to revive a British delicacy and one of his childhood favourites: tripe, and there's mayhem in the kitchen as JOHNNY VEGAS cooks pizza in the recipe challenge. On the menu tonight is king crab tortellini, followed by rolled leg of lamb and individual shepherd's pies and then for dessert a delicious hot chocolate soufflé as demonstrated... Written by Anonymous

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