We’re finishing our National TV Awards celebration show back in the kitchen with John Torode, as he whips up his version of the family favourite, toad in the hole.
John Torode’s back from his Sri Lankan adventure, and ready to kick-start your hump day. He’ll be treating Phillip and Holly to a pick-me-up breakfast, and serving them his legendary Bloody Mary!
He’s got the career that most chefs can only dream of - an online food shop, his own pop-up restaurant, and multiple awards for his vegan cooking.
But most impressively, Omari McQueen has done it all at just 11 years old!
Cooking a sweet treat in the kitchen for us today, Omari joins us alongside his mum Leah.
Saturday marked the start of the Year of the Rat - and today, we’re ringing in the Chinese New Year with Gok’s brother, Kwoklyn Wan. He’s here with one of the top five most ordered dishes in the UK - Chow Mein.
Get a budget Monday meal on the table in under 30 minutes - Phil Vickery’s here with his tasty pork chops.
January can feel like the longest month in the world - especially since payday was over five weeks ago! So if you’re struggling to stretch your cash, budget cooking guru Jack Monroe’s here with three tasty but affordable meals for you and your family that will see you through to payday - and it will cost you less than £5.
Ahead of Burn’s Night this Saturday, Scottish chef Tom Kitchin will be cooking up a traditional favourite, perfect for your celebrations on Saturday - Kedgeree! We'll also be joined by bagpiper Louise Marshall to add to the Scottish spirit.
He’s the Heston of the fish world! Tom Brown joins us for the first time as he cooks up his signature dish, potted shrimp crumpet - this dish not only looks impressive, it tastes impressive too!
And to tickle those taste buds even more, Tom’s incredible array of sea-cuterie will leave you fishing for more.