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Jamie Oliver's got recipes to blow friends and family away. Jimmy Doherty shows how to cook great food you wouldn't usually try at home. Some very special guests drop by to help out in the kitchen and serve. Plus the two Essex boys hit the road, touring Britain and trying to save some of Britain's best regional foods from extinction.
Jamie and Jimmy welcome celebrity couple Chris O'Dowd and Dawn O'Porter to their cafe at the end of Southend Pier. Jamie recreates some romance by tracking down their favourite honeymoon meal; a whole red snapper, Caribbean-style. Also on the menu is a very British spin on barbecue ribs using whisky and Worcestershire-spiked barbecue sauce. Jimmy creates a DIY build for a special occasion using his actual tool box, transforming it into an ingenious steamer that can be taken anywhere. And this week the boys go back to school, as they look into the amount of sugar in the cereals our kids are eating.
Craig David swaps Miami pier for Southend as he rolls up his sleeves for a shift in the caff. Jamie Oliver takes Craig back to his childhood as he teaches him a traditional Caribbean chicken dish. Jamie also makes a roasted salmon and artichoke parcel. Jimmy Doherty builds a homemade dehydrator to help a teacher educate her class on nutrition and food waste. And Jamie and Jimmy look at a superfood right on their doorstep - seaweed.
Jamie Oliver teaches Johnny Vegas how to flambé the perfect steak. Jamie makes cannelloni featuring veal and nettles. Jimmy Doherty builds a beer pump. And the boys discover that they've been throwing away the best part of their salmon for years.
Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty welcome Hollywood star Josh Hartnett to the cafe on the pier. Jamie shows the star of Pearl Harbor and Penny Dreadful how to cook his favourite ramen dish. Jamie also whips up a curry made from game and aubergine. Jamie and Jimmy take a look at a method of farming that could be the future in crowded cities - aquaponics. And Jimmy takes on the challenge of building a butcher's block.
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