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Saturday Kitchen

About the Show

About the Show

Fresh, bold and bright, Saturday Kitchen is packed with exciting features and mouth-watering recipes. When James Martin is in the kitchen it’s like being at a trendy catering college – albeit with a very dishy private tutor. But he’s not just a pretty face! The cookery on Saturday Kitchen is well-judged – food that can be bought and cooked on the day, and grace the dinner table that night. The energetic James plays host to guest chefs and celebrities. As they undergo a series of culinary challenges, will they be voted into ‘food heaven’ or consigned to ‘food hall’? The international cast of chefs all undertake the omelette challenge, a hilarious race against the clock where Michelin stars don’t mean anything! Some star chefs take it so seriously they practice for hours beforehand. Guest chefs include MasterChef’s John Torode, Si King and Dave Myers from Hairy Bikers Cookbook and one of Australia’s leading cooks Bill Granger.

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Posted by • 1y ago • Report
Where are the cups & saucers from on Sat kitchen?
Posted by Maggie May • 5y ago • Report
Love the show; watch it every Saturday however cannot always find the recipes. Presume the shows we watch here in Australia may be old and thus recipes are not easy to find.
Posted by chez13 • 5y ago • Report
It would be great to get the show that wasn't a couple of years old. You do all the normall food, how about cooking a goat recipe?
Posted by DC92 • 6y ago • Report
I saw a small part of the "Saturday Kitchen" for the first time today and was so impressed by the raspberry, white chocolate, cheesecake recipe, came direct to the Lifestyle information on the computer to see if I could get the recipe, but could not, if it is going to be there, not added as yet,,,,,,but with all that aside, I was impressed with the show, how it was presented and the recipe looked delicious. I will watch for the show and the recipe, again. Thank you . Regards
Posted by DC92 • 6y ago • Report
I saw a small part of the "Saturday Kitchen" for the first time today and was so impressed by the raspberry, white chocolate, cheesecake recipe, came direct to the Lifestyle information on the computer to see if I could get the recipe, but could not, if it is going to be there, not added as yet,,,,,,but with all that aside, I was impressed with the show, how it was presented and the recipe looked delicious. I will watch for the show agan. Thank you, and your recipe. Regards DC92
Posted by DL52 • 6y ago • Report
My wife and I have been watching this show for a while now, even though it has changed time slot we still watch. Love the way the chef's are so relaxed and happy to share. Like others, would like the recipes to be on this site if possible. We love James Martin and his easy going style and note he is very conscious of cleanliness and presentation. Great Show...
Posted by EB62 • 5y ago • Report
enjoyed the show today 12/12/09 with especially crispy skin duck and the coleslaw with Paul Rankin
Posted by Saturdaykitchenrecpesearch • 3y ago • Report
Great program...except for the omelette challenge...embarrassed chefs pretending to hit each other with saucepans making ... omelettes that James Martin deserves a medal for tasting..come on Saturday Kitchen the time could be much better used
Posted by Grace73 • 2y ago • Report
Great programme,not sure what the omelette challenge adds to it.What has happened to the two guests,are they no longer part of the show,a pity,I was thinking of applying.Could do with less of John and Gregg shouting and screaming at their already stressed pupils-is this reality TV gone too far.Give us more of Keith Floyd,he was a legend.Keep up the good work James,only cookery show worth watching,I also enjoy Sunday am best bites.
Grace in Dublin
Posted by Preben • 2y ago • Report
very lovely