The F Word Season 4
The F Word Season 4
First Air Date: May 13, 2008
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4x12 Season 4, Episode 12 (July 29, 2008)
In the restaurant Gordon takes on the challenge of cooking one of Janet's veal calves for 50 vegetarians who want to try meat again. Gordon also goes sky-fishing for puffin off the cliffs of Iceland and returns to Rangers Football Club to teach them how to cook a poached chicken.
4x11 Season 4, Episode 11 (July 22, 2008)
Chef Gordon Ramsay presents another edition of the fast-paced food magazine show featuring recipes, consumer stories and cooking challenges. Gordon meets Erin O'Connor to find out what models really eat. Janet Street-Porter spit roasts one of her veal calves and hosts a party attended by 100 Yorkshiremen and women. The recipe challenge sees Jon Snow cooking his salmon fillet dish, while Emma Bunton and her family help Gordon cook three tasty and simple recipes.
4x10 Season 4, Episode 10 (July 15, 2008)
Janet Street-Porter faces one of her biggest challenges yet: sending her veal calves, David and Elton, to slaughter. Christopher Biggins and family form the celebrity brigade - and Rob Brydon drops in for dinner and an oyster shucking race with Gordon.
4x09 Season 4, Episode 9 (July 08, 2008)
Gordon goes back to the floor at a Chinese restaurant as a junior chef, and also finds out why the animals at London Zoo are eating better than the humans. Jo Brand takes on Gordon in the recipe challenge with her vegetable curry, Harry Enfield drops in for dinner at the restaurant, and Mica Paris and her family cook a three-course meal.
4x08 Season 4, Episode 8 (July 01, 2008)
Gordon Ramsay presents a fast-paced food magazine show featuring recipes, consumer stories and cooking challenges. Gordon goes shooting for pigeon and makes a delicious warm pigeon salad. Tom Parker Bowles attempts to cook a whole pig, nose to tail. Edith Bowman prepares haggis and rap star Dizzee Rascal drops into the restaurant for dinner.
4x07 Season 4, Episode 7 (June 24, 2008)
Gordon Ramsay presents a fast-paced food magazine show featuring recipes, consumer stories and cooking challenges. Gordon takes his son Jack fishing in the Scottish Highlands, and then turns a Robin Reliant into a salmon smoker. Janet Street-Porter decides whether to make her veal calves free range, while Meatloaf takes on Gordon with his tuna bake. Also, Gordon teaches a firefighter how to make a healthy beef burger, and cooks three recipes with the help of Angela Griffin and her family
4x06 Season 4, Episode 6 (June 17, 2008)
Gordon teaches John Prescott how to cook mouthwatering fishcakes with an anchovy dressing. Tom Parker-Bowles visits Sardinia to track down one of the world's most interesting delicacies. Dannii Minogue shows how to make a vegetarian risotto.
4x05 Season 4, Episode 5 (June 10, 2008)
Comedian Paddy McGuinness and his lively bunch of mates join Gordon in the kitchen to try and impress the F Word diners. They're not your average kitchen team – more Motley Crew than Michelin chefs and it's clear from the start that they like a laugh. But if anyone can reign them in Gordon can.
4x04 Season 4, Episode 4 (June 03, 2008)
Nic and Mel from All Saints are this week's guest chefs in the F Word kitchen and David Blunkett challenges Gordon to a cook-off
4x03 Season 4, Episode 3 (May 27, 2008)
Gordon Ramsay returns for a new series of the fast-paced food magazine show featuring recipes, consumer stories and cooking challenges. Boy band McFly face the music in Gordon's kitchen. Janet Street-Porter champions a new low-fat superfood. Comedian Ben Miller goes up against Gordon in the recipe challenge with his version of a classic Victoria sponge cake.
4x02 Season 4, Episode 2 (May 20, 2008)
Krishnan Guru-Murthy from Channel 4 news takes his family into the F Word kitchen and Janet gets tender with her calves
4x01 Season 4, Episode 1 (May 13, 2008)
First celebrity in the kitchen is Coronation Street star Wendi Peters, and she brings along her sister, husband and mother. Geri Helliwell takes up Gordon's recipe challenge. Janet Street-Porter is back, promoting British veal, and Gordon looks into a deep-sea delicacy: sea urchins.