"Jamie and Jimmy put British cheeses nose-to-nose with their French rivals. Alan Carr pops into the caff for a dangerous game of 'fig roll roulette'. Jimmy tests our British reserve by serving up a pie with a surprise, to see if some foodies are man enough to swallow a few meaty off-cuts.Then it's all aboard, as Alan joins Jimmy and Jamie for a burger and fries on Southend's rollercoaster. It could get messy..."
"Jimmy and Jamie pitch British sausages against their German rivals, and Hollywood A-lister Gwyneth Paltrow comes to the caff to cook pasta with the boys and face a food fight of her own. Jimmy and Jamie go up against a respected German sausage maker in a bid to persuade the Prince of Bavaria to put British bangers on his restaurant menu."
"Jimmy and Jamie want to see if British puds can beat Italian desserts. Jonathan Ross pops into the caff to cook extra-special bread and butter pudding with the boys and to take on the 'After Eight challenge'. And Jimmy investigates whether science can help to fight our ever-growing portion sizes. The Italians are mad about desserts, and from tiramisu and panna cotta to ice cream they've turned the humble pud into an art form. The boys go head to head with a major Italian pastry chef at a lavish Italian wedding banquet. And after the dust settles it's time for Jonathan to join Jimmy and Jamie for a burger and fries on Southend's rollercoaster."
"Jimmy and Jamie want to see if they can beat the Belgians at their own game, by making a better beer. Jamie and Jimmy set off to find a new generation of artisan beer makers who are making British beer cool again. They visit a brewery in Camden and make their own beer. And they meet beer expert Rupert Ponsonby, who started the academy for beer sommeliers, who in turn help select the perfect beer for any dish, palette or occasion. The boys then head to Belgium for the booze-off. But can they win over the locals to the joys of British beer? Gary Barlow pops in to the caff to cook steak and ale pie."
On café’s menu this week; Jamie reveals how to cook the ultimate steak – his blow-out coté de boeuf; Jimmy produces succulent tandoori chicken in his a DIY dustbin oven; Usain Bolt cooks up the dish he reckons is the secret to his success – his Aunt Lily’s Jamaican Jerk pork with yams and dumplings; and the boys are determined to put a fantastic but forgotten Nottinghamshire cheese back on the map.
On café’s menu this week; Sienna Miller cooks a rich Tuscan duck ragu with pici pasta; Jamie goes for the wow factor with his whole sea bass baked in salt; Jimmy builds a Cajun microwave to create an alternative to the hog roast which delivers the ultimate crackling; and the boys discover a delicious Lancastrian biscuit that had pride of place at the heart of an ancient feast.
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