Gordon Ramsay's F Word

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      Series 2 Episode 1

      Gordon Ramsay is joined in the kitchen by foodie Kathy Burke, where he faces a tough Recipe Challenge.

      Strong language48 mins
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      Series 2 Episode 2

      Gordon teaches Jeremy Clarkson how to cook lobster. Janet Street-Porter throws down the gauntlet in the recipe challenge and Gordon invites Sir Cliff Richard to review some wine

      Strong language throughoutThis episode is subtitled48 mins
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      Series 2 Episode 3

      Darren Gough takes Gordon on in the recipe challenge. Gordon tries to get Jeremy Clarkson out of the car to cook Sunday lunch.

      Strong language throughoutThis episode is subtitled48 mins
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      Series 2 Episode 4

      Dermot O'Leary is in the kitchen for the recipe challenge, taking on Gordon with his Irish Stew (with a little help from his mum).

      Strong language throughoutThis episode is subtitled48 mins
    • Series 2 Episode 5

      Gordon is joined in the recipe challenge by John Humphrys who competes with him to cook the perfect curry.

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      Series 2 Episode 6

      Michelle Collins takes up the recipe challenge, and Jonathan Ross visits the F Word restaurant, where he gets to grips with a live eel.

      Strong language throughout, scenes of castration and killing an eel the right wayThis episode is subtitled48 mins
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      Series 2 Episode 7

      Nick Knowles joins Gordon to cook beef Wellington for the recipe challenge and reveals that he knows nothing about painting and decorating.

      Strong language throughout48 mins
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      Series 2 Episode 8

      Gordon Ramsay sets more challenges to a group of amateur cooks, while Janet Street-Porter takes on the might of the supermarkets and Trinny and Susannah are taken to the slaughterhouse.

      Strong language throughout and scenes of pig slaughter and butcheryThis episode is subtitled48 mins
    • Series 2 Episode 9

      Gordon is rejoined in the kitchen by the best performing brigade of the series: the A&E doctors. Plus, he teaches David Walliams to cook a Sunday lunch.

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