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Join Matilda as she cooks up a storm and goes on adventures with her family.
The family touch down in LA and, in true Ramsay style, head straight to the beach and ride the waves with an incredible surfing dog! Back on dry land, Gordon sets the family a competition to see who can take the best selfie, so with their eyes on the prize they all head to the funfair on Santa Monica Pier.
In episode 2, Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch get a surprise visit from the Cookie Monster!
If there's a guy who knows how to make cookies it's this guy, so Matilda gets his help and they set to work making a giant chocolate-chip treat.
First stop, a cowboy ranch in the Nevada dessert. At the ranch Matilda and her brother Jack, mum Tana and dad Gordon saddle up on horseback, learn how to ride horses like cowboys and get the chance to round up cattle - Wild West style.
While the rest of the Ramsay Bunch learn how to use a lasso, Matilda cooks lunch on a campfire: vegetable ratatouille parcels and shovel steaks – tasty!
Matilda and her dad Gordon appear on James Corden's American TV programme, The Late Late Show. James also loves great food so Matilda cooks him a classic British dish.
Behind the scenes, Matilda learns all about what it takes to make a big TV programme. Then, with dad Gordon - in front of all the cameras and a large studio audience - they take James on, in a competition to see who can cook the best Full English Breakfast.
But part-way through the competition, with everything going well - disaster strikes!
Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch travel to the Californian Wildlife Centre to learn about rescuing very ill sea lions and how to make them better.
Matilda makes a fish smoothie for the sea lions, full of herring and vitamins. It looks and smells totally disgusting but the sick sea lions love it!
After feeding time at the centre, the Ramsay Bunch decide to hold a cake-bake on Malibu pier to raise money to help save the sea lions. Whilst Megan, Jack and Holly take care of publicity and decorating their stall with their friends, Tilly bakes delicious treats to sell: SOS Biscuits, Sea Lion Cakes and Rescue Rings - her healthy twist on doughnuts.
Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch travel to Las Vegas in Nevada, where they get to train with Cirque du Soleil acrobats.
With mum and dad watching, Matilda, Megan and Jack are put through their paces on the high-rise trapeze and learn how to do a spectacular circus stunt.
After circus training Matilda goes to work with dad and gets to cook in a professional kitchen for the first time. She learns to cook Mac ‘n' cheese, a classic American dish, and attempts to get her own dish - three delicious mini-burgers (fish, meat and vegetarian) on the restaurant's menu.
The Ramsay family hit the Californian coast for a beach BBQ and Matilda takes the day off, handing over the job of cooking lunch to her sisters Megan and Holly.
As the girls get cooking, brother Jack is given a lesson on how to fly a drone and use it to film incredible shots. Matilda's dad Gordon and Jack later go fishing on a jet ski, hoping for a big catch.
For lunch, Megan and Holly make a sweet zingy salad and BBQed fish cakes, and for dessert they cook up a sweet treat on the BBQ. The girls do a great job and Matilda gives their cooking the big thumbs up.
There's more action and great food from Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch as the gang get into American football.
Matilda's brother Jack, and sisters Megan and Holly, go training with a professional team called the Inglewood Blackhawks and learn some great touchdown moves. Next stop for the Ramsay Bunch is cheerleader training with the incredibly athletic LA Dream All Stars, where they learn how Americans support their teams.
Meanwhile Matilda is doing what she loves best - cooking. She makes a dinner to celebrate American football, kicking off with Sloppy Joes and Touch Down Dip and Chips, followed by cherry pie.
Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch find out what it takes to become a rock star in the ninth episode. Matilda is cooking a slap-up pre-concert meal for pop sensation The Vamps, then together with her brother, sister and their friends, they go to watch the band play live.
Matilda cooks Pulled Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Rocking Ramsay Rice Balls and Microphone Cake Pops – The Vamps think her food is so good they offer her a job as their personal chef on the tour!
In return for Matilda's delicious cooking, the band shows the Ramsay Bunch the concert stage, and Tristan the drummer lets Matilda have a go playing his drum kit. She's not the only one who gets a taste of rock stardom though – Brad and James, The Vamps' guitarists, lend Matilda's brother Jack a guitar and he joins them on stage!
There's more action, adventure and delicious food as Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch travel to the Cornish seaside and set sail on a homemade raft.
Matilda's brother Jack and sisters Megan and Holly get busy building a raft out of barrels, wood and rope.
For lunch Matilda cooks a Cornish feast - Seaside Spaghetti made with local sausages, Cornish Pilchards on toast and some yummy biscuits called Cornish Fairings. After lunch Matilda and her crew of Ramsay pirates head to the beach to climb aboard and launch their homemade raft - but will it sail?
Matilda Ramsay and her family make food and have fun. It's another full-on day for Matilda and the Ramsay bunch. They travel to Watergate Bay beach on the Cornish coast for some fantastic food and amazing fun. Matilda and the gang learn how to drive sail-powered blowcarts, then gear up for a high-speed beach race that's full of thrills and spills. Back at home Matilda cooks a meal to celebrate the brilliant British seaside - any fish pie, homemade ketchup and magic 99 ice creams. And to cap off a fantastic day, dad Gordon says it's the best cooking she's ever done.
The family is in Cornwall this week, and Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch are on a mission: it's mum Tana's Birthday, and the gang is planning to make it really special.
First thing in the morning, when mum and dad are still asleep, Matilda, Megan, Jack and Holly get straight down to work cooking mum a surprise breakfast in bed - smiley-faced pancakes with blueberries, bacon and maple syrup.
After this they set about designing and making a unique birthday present with a seaside twist and cooking a special celebratory lunch. Matilda makes Mum's favourite noodle dish and together with Jack, and a bit of help from dad Gordon, she bakes Mum a delicious birthday cake - with a secret compartment!
More exciting adventures with Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch, as they go coasteering on the rocky Cornish coastline.
This time it's a girls-only expedition and Matilda's making a delicious energy packed picnic to take with them - a super-healthy fruit smoothie to give them an energy boost, yummy black hummus, and Cornish pasties with a twist.
Picnic packed and ready to go the girls travel to the rugged coast around Tintagel castle, which is reputed to be the birthplace of King Arthur. Coasteering lives up to its daredevil reputation but the girls brave the craggy Cornish cliffs and freezing cold sea to have a brilliant and extreme adventure.
Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch are back home in London and they're throwing a party for some of their friends.
With a party to organise the gang get to work. Matilda's brother Jack and sisters Megan and Holly take shopping to another level, as they speed along the river Thames on a high-performance rib to pick up supplies.
Matilda's in charge of the party food: build-your-own spicy sausage pitta bread sandwiches with zingy yoghurt sauce and popcorn cakes.
The popcorn cakes idea came from Scarlet, a Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch viewer who emailed it to Matilda's Food Blog. Great food, friends and fun, and the party finishes with a bang when everyone plays an explosive game with a watermelon – parties don't get much better!
Matilda and the Ramsay Bunch are in London for the last episode of the series, and they've got one final adventure in front of them: climbing up, over and down one of the tallest buildings in London - the O2 Arena.
As Matilda and her family set off on their exciting climb over the Dome, they look back over the fantastic summer they've just had, remembering everything they've done, the people they've met, the places they've been and the delicious food Matilda has cooked.
What a summer!
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