Luke Thomas was working in the Michelin-starred kitchens of a five-star hotel at the tender age of 14, and became the UK's youngest head chef at just 18 years old. Two years on, Thomas' own restaurant was recently named the best in Berkshire - beating Heston Blumenthal's Fat Duck - and he's released his first cookbook with all the favourite recipes he has created throughout his short but impressive career!
Today, Luke is rustling up a simple, family-friendly meal, perfect for a Monday night: a roast chicken and vegetable pasta bake.
It's Friday, the sun is shining and Scott Munro and James Douglas, aka the Barbeque Brothers, are here to inspire you to get the barbie lit this weekend.
The boys will be smoking up a delicious skirt steak with a chimichurri dressing, followed by some unique sides of BBQ beans and bacon-wrapped banana.
David Moore has worked alongside world renowned chef Raymond Blanc and opened his own restaurant at the age of just 26. Now he's bringing his Michelin star skills into our kitchen, cooking a sesame seared tuna with crushed potatoes and black olive vinaigrette, with a light kale salad.
They're in season, they're everywhere and they're free to cook: Marcus Bean is hoping to keep you sweet this weekend with his recipe for crumble fools using summery blackberries.
Marcus Bean is kicking off the weekend with a real mouthful of a dish: chicken, beetroot, goats cheese and peach salad with a blackberry dressing toasted hazelnuts and smoked bacon.
Three years ago quantity surveyor Barry Lewis lived on a diet of takeaways and junk food and couldn't even fry an egg!
But after millions watched the YouTube series of him learning to cook (including fan Jamie Oliver!), he's given up his job in construction to pursue a career in cookery - starting by showing us one of his favourite family recipes: chicken thigh and halloumi traybake.
There's no such thing as a relaxing weekend when you're entertaining kids on summer holidays, so Phil Vickery is here with a perfect family brunch to give you all the energy you need to get through.
With an incredible warm honey french toast and an easy ham, potato and egg dish, Phil has everything you need to get your kids in the kitchen and ready for a fun packed weekend.