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"Take on the Takeaway"

Chefs attempt to convert takeaway lovers to home-cooked food!

Take on the Takeaway
Monday 10 September 2007
6:30pm - 7:00pm
BBC2

Take On The Takeaway – Series 1 (2007)[WS PDTV XviD] preview 1
John Burton Race

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Take On The Takeaway - S01E01 (10th September 2007) [WS.PDTV.XviD-REMAX]

Guest celebrity chefs aim to convert kebab lovers and curry addicts to home-cooked food while also beating the takeaway on price, speed and taste. In this episode Michelin-star chef John Burton Race travels to Newport, South Wales, to cook for two consultant surgeons. With demanding jobs that require long hours they have takeaway almost every night. They love the food and doubt that anybody could cook their chicken and spinach balti better than the local takeaway.

John Burton Race was born in Singapore in 1957, the son of a British diplomat, and he spent his formative years travelling the globe, experiencing a multitude of cuisines.

His family settled in Hampshire and his career in food began, including working as sous chef at Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons, Oxford, and head chef and manager of Le Petit Blanc, Oxford.

In 1986, John opened a restaurant of his own - L'Ortolan, in Berkshire, gaining and maintaining two Michelin stars from 1986 until 2000. From 2000 until 2003 he ran The Landmark restaurant, in London's Landmark Hotel, and reclaimed not one, but two Michelin stars within the first year of trading.

John made a name for himself with his TV series, 'French Leave', and he became one of our most celebrated chefs as a result of his award-winning restaurants in London and the Home Counties.

John and his family moved to Devon and bought the restaurant of his dreams, the Carved Angel in Dartmouth. It was relaunched as the New Angel in May 2004 and the TV series 'Coming Home' followed.

John, along with Angela Hartnett, attempted to reform some of Britain's worst kitchen offenders in the BBC Two series Kitchen Criminals.

He uses local produce for his dishes, including freshly landed shellfish and seafood, beef from Devon's Red Ruby cattle, and Devonshire lamb and game.

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Take on the Takeaway
Tuesday 11 September 2007
6:30pm - 7:00pm
BBC2

Take On The Takeaway – Series 1 (2007)[WS PDTV XviD] preview 2
Paul Rankin

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Take On The Takeaway - S01E02 (11th September 2007) [WS.PDTV.XviD-REMAX]

Paul Rankin cooks a Greek meal of sheftalia for Chris, a takeaway lover who only experiences home cooking when his mother visits from Cyprus. The chef hopes his efforts are enough to persuade the London-based fast-food fan to start preparing healthier meals for himself.

As well as appearing on a number of TV shows, Paul Rankin runs a successful restaurant business, the Rankin Group, in his native Belfast. His wife Jeanne is also a familiar face, cooking alongside him.

Paul left Belfast to travel around the world in 1980, and met Jeanne on the way. They travelled together, often working in kitchens to earn some cash.

In 1984, they ended up at Le Gavroche, the Roux Brothers' restaurant in London. There, they worked their way up the kitchen ladder, learning the tricks of the trade.

The couple then started travelling again, working in Canada before returning to Belfast and setting up a restaurant called Roscoff. The restaurant won Northern Ireland's first Michelin star which they kept for eight years running. They closed Roscoff in 1999, but refitted the premises and opened Cayenne, a restaurant with a more informal feel.

Over the years, the Rankin Group has extended its portfolio in Northern Ireland to include Cayenne, two Rain City restaurants and six Café Paul Rankins. In addition to several new cafés and restaurants opening across Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland, Paul has revived Roscoff, opening Roscoff Brasserie in Belfast city centre in autumn 2004 after a five-year break.

Paul and Jeanne have appeared together in three series of a television culinary journey called Gourmet Ireland. Together, they have written five books, New Irish Cookery being their latest publication. Paul also hosted three series of The Rankin Challenge, for television, with numerous appearances on Masterchef, Who'll do the Pudding?, and The Good Food Show. He is also one of the long time favourites on Ready Steady Cook. Paul appeared in the BBC Two series Food Poker in autumn 2007.

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Take on the Takeaway
Wednesday 12 September 2007
6:30pm - 7:00pm
BBC2

Take On The Takeaway – Series 1 (2007)[WS PDTV XviD] preview 3
Ainsley Harriott

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Take On The Takeaway - S01E03 (12th September 2007) [WS.PDTV.XviD-REMAX]

Ainsley Harriott attempts to prove to a carpenter and his nail-bar manager partner that his Caribbean food dishes are a match for those available at their local takeaway in Battersea, south London. The couple don't believe the chef will be able to replicate the slow marinating methods necessary to cook their favorite dish, jerk chicken.

Ainsley Harriott is the charismatic, larger-than-life presenter of BBC Two's Ready Steady Cook.

"My aim is to make cooking fun," says Ainsley. Since he first appeared on TV in 1993, his flamboyant style has certainly made people want to try his recipes. Ainsley's career as a chef and entertainer has been built up over the past 25 years.

At 16, he was made junior trainee in a West End restaurant and later graduated to commis chef. It wasn't long before he got itchy feet and toured Europe as part of a musical duo (his show-business talents were probably inherited from his musician/actor dad, Chester). Once back in England, he teamed up with Paul Boross to form the Calypso Twins, gaining several TV credits, a record release and a prominent position on London's comedy circuit.

He also worked in top restaurants, as a caterer to celebrities, a singer and a comedian on radio and TV.

But cooking remained Ainsley's first love, so he pursued his career in top hotels and gained experience in all aspects of the craft. BBC Radio asked him to present More Nosh, Less Dosh, then a call from BBC TV's Good Morning with Anne and Nick led to Ainsley becoming the programme's resident chef. From there his popularity grew with Ready Steady Cook and Can't Cook, Won't Cook.

In 1997, Ainsley's first solo series, Ainsley's Barbecue Bible, took him around the world, sampling and cooking the very best open-air food. This was followed by Ainsley's Meals in Minutes, Ainsley's Big Cook Out and two successful series of Ainsley's Gourmet Express.

Ainsley's lifelong passion for cooking is a tribute to his mother, Peppy, who encouraged him to help cook for family and friends in what was always an open house in Balham, south London. Following the rules he learned from his mother, he advises people to "use fresh ingredients, have everything ready beforehand and never say 'it's too difficult'!" His philosophy is that simple dishes can be just as good as fancy ones.

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Take on the Takeaway
Thursday 13 September 2007
6:30pm - 7:00pm
BBC2

Take On The Takeaway – Series 1 (2007)[WS PDTV XviD] preview 4
Angela Hartnett

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Take On The Takeaway - S01E04 (13th September 2007) [WS.PDTV.XviD-REMAX]

Angela Hartnett cooks Mexican burritos for two busy Cambridge retail workers who don't have the time to prepare meals for themselves. The chef hopes she can finish her version of the takeaway dish in the same time it takes to order, and also save the pair money.

Angela Hartnett is one of the most high-profile women in the restaurant world.

During her childhood, Angela's Italian grandmother and mother instilled in her an appreciation and love of good food, and after completing a degree in modern history at Cambridge Polytechnic she secured her first job in Barbados at the Sandy Lane hotel.

On returning to the UK, Angela joined the young team at Aubergine, cooking under Gordon Ramsay. Working alongside a predominantly male brigade, who predicted she would last no more than a week, Angela soon proved her worth during a gruelling year and saw the restaurant achieve its first Michelin star.

Six months followed in the kitchens of Zafferano before moving to L'Oranger where she worked under the watchful eye of Marcus Wareing, climbing the ranks to become sous-chef before moving with Marcus to Pétrus. Within seven months of it opening she had become head chef and helped the restaurant achieve a Michelin star. After launching Amaryllis in Scotland in April 2001, Angela turned her attention to the launch of Gordon Ramsay’s Verre in Dubai.

In 2002 she returned to Britain to open MENU and The Grill Room at The Connaught. In 2003 she won the Square Meal Guides' BMW Best New Restaurant award and in 2004 she won her first Michelin star. Angela will be opening a new London restaurant called Murano in early summer 2008.

In May 2004 Angela won a legion of new fans appearing alongside her mentor Gordon Ramsay in ITV's series Hell's Kitchen. Further television appearances include a one-hour programme on Tonight with Trevor McDonald advising children with poor diets on the benefits of healthy eating, presenting a Christmas series with GMTV and competing for Wales in the Great British Menu competition for BBC Two in 2006.

Angela, along with John Burton Race, attempted to reform some of Britain's worst cooks in the BBC Two series Kitchen Criminals. She is currently appearing in the 2008 series of Great British Menu on BBC Two.

In January 2007, Angela was awarded an MBE for services to the industry. Her first book, Angela Hartnett's Cucina, Three Generations of Italian Family Cooking, was published in 2007.

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Take on the Takeaway
Friday 14 September 2007
6:30pm - 7:00pm
BBC2

Take On The Takeaway – Series 1 (2007)[WS PDTV XviD] preview 5
Simon Rimmer

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Take On The Takeaway - S01E05 (14th September 2007) [WS.PDTV.XviD-REMAX]

Simon Rimmer travels to March in Cambridgeshire to cook a chicken doner kebab for two takeaway enthusiasts in less time than it would take for the restaurant to make and deliver it.

In 1990 Simon Rimmer spotted a gap in the market for innovative vegetarian food and used his inspiration to open his restaurant, Greens, in Manchester. Two years later, the Guardian described Greens as one of the most exciting new restaurants in UK, and it has gone on to win several awards, including The Big Issue's Restaurant of the Year, and most recently North-west Restaurant of the Year. With a fresh, funky and fun approach to food, Simon believes that cooking is about exciting people. It should be sociable, straightforward and sparkling.

Simon's television career began with Granada Breeze, hosting shows such as Livetime and Battle of the Chefs. He has also appeared regularly on programmes including This Morning, Granada Tonight, A Taste for Travel, Lunchtime Live and The Afternoon Show, Gloria's Open House on Channel 5 and Xchange for CBBC.

Simon presented This Little Farmer for BBC One and now co-presents Something For The Weekend on BBC Two. He is also currently presenting the weekday BBC Two series Recipe for Success.

His first book, The Accidental Vegetarian, was published in October 2004 to great acclaim. His second book, The Rebel Cook, was published in October 2006.

Simon has a degree in fashion and textile design, and, when not busy with cooking and television, continues to freelance as a textile designer and ceramic decorator.

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Take on the Takeaway
Monday 17 September 2007
6:30pm - 7:00pm
BBC2

Take On The Takeaway – Series 1 (2007)[WS PDTV XviD] preview 6
Gino D’Acampo

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Take On The Takeaway - S01E06 (17th September 2007) [WS.PDTV.XviD-REMAX]

Gino D'Acampo cooks home-made fish and chips for a postman and his wife from Colchester. The chef hopes he can preserve his reputation by preparing a tasty version of the takeaway dish in the same time it takes to order, and also save the pair money.

Many chefs have had colourful lives but few can match Gino D'Acampo's. Born into a poor Neapolitan family, he has cooked in France, Spain and the UK, cooked for Pavarotti and has now forged a successful career in TV.

Gino caught the cooking bug from his grandfather (a head chef in Naples) and entered the Luigi de Medici Catering College at the age of 15, where each summer he was sent to different kitchens across Europe to gain experience.

He came over to England where he capitalised on the incredible growth in prepared foods by joining a major Italian food supplier.

His knowledge of olive oil led to a first TV appearance and soon after he appeared on UKTV Food's Great Food Live and had guest slots on BBC Two's Saturday Kitchen. He is now a regular on BBC's Ready Steady Cook. Gino lives in north London with his wife Jessica and son Luciano.

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Take on the Takeaway
Tuesday 18 September 2007
6:30pm - 7:00pm
BBC2

Take On The Takeaway – Series 1 (2007)[WS PDTV XviD] preview 7
Ken Hom

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Take On The Takeaway - S01E07 (18th September 2007) [WS.PDTV.XviD-REMAX]

Guest celebrity chefs aim to convert kebab lovers and curry addicts to home cooked food. Ken Hom heads to Finchley, London, to convince friends Rob Gardner and Amanda Ebbs that his home-made Sichuan beef with garlic and chilli is quicker, cheaper and tastier than a takeaway from their local Chinese.

Ken Hom was born in Tucson, Arizona, where his Cantonese parents lived after emigrating to the US in the 1920s.

As he grew up, he found American food unpalatable compared with his mother's cooking so she sent him to school with a flask of hot rice and stir-fried vegetables, much to the envy of his friends with their sandwich boxes.

At age 11, he went to work in his uncle's restaurant, which he remembers vividly: "I did everything and it became my culinary education." In 1969, he went to California. "Things were happening there and I wanted to be a flower child!"

He studied art history and French history but, after a year in France, he started giving cooking lessons to supplement his scholarship. His first lessons were held in the house of a wealthy congressman's wife where he taught how to make Italian pasta dishes, although he soon reverted to his passion for Chinese cooking.

His first book was about Chinese cookery techniques and this led to an article in the New York Times, which Ken sees as a turning point in his life. From there, he landed his first TV series, which was an almost instant success. He has gone from strength to strength with more than 12 books and four TV series. His passion for food is deeply ingrained in Chinese cooking; as the Chinese proverb states: "To the people, food is heaven."

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Take on the Takeaway
Wednesday 19 September 2007
6:30pm - 7:00pm
BBC2

Take On The Takeaway – Series 1 (2007)[WS PDTV XviD] preview 8
Jean-Christophe Novelli

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Take On The Takeaway - S01E08 (19th September 2007) [WS.PDTV.XviD-REMAX]

French chef Jean-Christophe Novelli competes against a Thai takeaway in an attempt to show two young professionals, who claim to be too exhausted to prepare their own meals after work, that home-cooked food can be a tastier option.

Jean-Christophe Novelli dubbed "the nation's favourite French Chef", began his exciting career at the age of fourteen as a baker in his home town of Arras, Northern France, becoming head private Chef to Elie de Rothschild in Paris before the age of 20.
Jean-Christophe's life changed completely when he arrived in Great Britain in 1983. Jean-Christophe spent a year helping Keith Floyd, taking care of his pub as Head Chef whilst Keith was filming his famous TV Shows.

In 1996, Jean-Christophe opened his first restaurant Maison Novelli in Clerkenwell, London, followed quickly by Novelli W8, Novelli EC1 and Les Saveurs in Mayfair. In addition to his mini empire, Jean-Christophe also launched Novelli at the Cellars; Cape Town's leading five-star Relais et chateaux Hotel, Moulin de Jean in Normandy, France and was Chef Consultant on Sea France Ferries. Over his career Jean-Christophe has accumulated no less than four consecutive Michelin Stars.

Some of his culinary accolades include ‘5 AA Rosettes', ‘AA Chefs Chef of the Year' 1998, ‘European Chef of the Year' competition representing Great Britain, ‘Face of the Future' The Times 1986, ‘Newcomer of the Year' Carlton TV Awards, Egon Ronay ' Dessert of the Year 1992' for his famous Jack-in-the-Box dessert, many times voted ‘Restaurant of the Year', awarded on numerous occasions ‘Best Restaurant of the Year outside London'.

The Novelli Academy opened its doors on April 22nd 2005 and was voted up amongst the ‘Top 25 Cookery Schools in the World' within 3 months. Jean-Christophe restored part of his 14th century Hertfordshire farmhouse to accommodate the Novelli Academy in his own home.

The Novelli cookery courses are designed to appeal to all ages and abilities, novice or experienced. The Novelli Academy team aim to make cookery and wine appreciation accessible to everyone and Jean-Christophe personally hosts a number of courses. A course at the Novelli cookery school is a day you will never forget!

Jean-Christophe is now the proud owner of two Gastro pubs with plans for many new Novelli gastro pubs around the country. His first British gastro pub opened its doors on Friday 13th January 2006. 'A Touch of Novelli' at The White Horse in Harpenden, Hertfordshire. The White Horse opened to rave reviews from diners, locals and celebrities alike. The second pub The French Horn opened on the 15th May 2008 in Steppingley, Bedfordshire.

In September 2007Jean-Christophe was awardedan Honorary Doctor of Arts from Bedfordshire University for his 30 years in the trade and achievements in cooking. Jean-Christophe is only the 3rd Chef in history to achieve this recognition!

Jean-Christophe is also a well-known TV chef with appearances not only on popular cookery programmes including Daily Cooks, Saturday Cooks, Richard & Judy's Tender Loving Cooking and a new series Step Up To the Plate (due to be broadcast in Autumn 2008) but also on prime time TV shows including Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, Hell's Kitchen, Celebrity X Factor, Loose Women, Through the Keyhole, The Apprentice and MTV Cribs.

In addition he makes regular appearances at national and regional events including the Ideal Home Show, The France Show, BBC Good Food Shows, Grand Designs and Homes and Gardens and in April 2008 launched London Restaurant Week.

Jean-Christophe also has extensive consultancy agreements with a number of blue chip companies including Findus, Carlsberg, Stanley Casinos and Volkswagen UK.

In February 2008 Jean-Christophe released his second book ‘Everyday Novelli' published by Headline Publishing. Everyday Novelli is a gorgeous new collection of accessible and inspiring recipes which look and taste delicious and are easy to create. From weekday breakfasts and indulgent Sunday brunches to quick lunches, impressive dinner party dishes and even tea-time treats and midnight snacks, this book covers every occasion. His first book ‘Novelli Your Place or Mine?' was published in May 1998 by Quadrille Publishing Limited.

Jean-Christophe has just signed a deal (June 2008) with Mentorn USA for an exclusive series for BRAVO. The Jean-Christophe Novelli Project (working title) is an eight-part series that chronicles his move to Los Angeles as he opens a cooking school. Ten chefs with varying levels of cooking ability are set to be trained by Novelli, all of whom want to improve their skills, some to a professional standard.

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Take on the Takeaway
Thursday 20 September 2007
6:30pm - 7:00pm
BBC2

Take On The Takeaway – Series 1 (2007)[WS PDTV XviD] preview 9
Antonio Carluccio

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Take On The Takeaway - S01E09 (20th September 2007) [WS.PDTV.XviD-REMAX]

Italian-born chef Antonio Carluccio goes head to head with Ida Crolla and her family-run eatery in Edinburgh to encourage busy flat mates Scott and Dave to cook their own pasta for once. Antonio creates their favourite penne amatriciana and brushetta with mozzarella before the pair decide which they like best in a blind taste test.

Antonio was born in Vietri sul Mare in the province of Salerno. His father was the railway station master and he moved with his family to Castel Nuovo Belbo and then to Borgofranco D'Ivrea, both in Piedmont. Antonio was always the food hunter and learnt his passion for mushrooms from friends of his father in the hills around his home. After a spell in the Navy, Antonio worked as a correspondent for La Stampa of Turin and then with Olivetti. He moved to Vienna, studying languages and learning about café society and then to Germany where he became a wine merchant, which was also his occupation when he moved to London.

The experience of observing many restaurants led in 1981 to his being asked to run the Neal Street Restaurant in Covent Garden by his brother-in-law. He continued at Neal Street until March 2007 when, due to the redevelopment of the building, the restaurant closed.

In 1983 he made his first appearance on BBC2 and at the same time was asked to write his first book 'An Invitation to Italian Cooking'. Subsequently he has written twelve books, published worldwide. During the eighties he contributed to numerous "Food and Drink" programmes, including a twelve part series following the regions of Italy.

In 1991 Antonio and Priscilla opened the Carluccio's food shop which was the forerunner of the successful AIM-listed series of caffès.

Antonio has received the Commendatore Omri for service to Italian gastronomy and in January 2007 an honorary OBE. Antonio is working to create a new restaurant.

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Take on the Takeaway
Friday 21 September 2007
6:30pm - 7:00pm
BBC2

Take On The Takeaway – Series 1 (2007)[WS PDTV XviD] preview 10
James Tanner

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Take On The Takeaway - S01E10 (21st September 2007) [WS.PDTV.XviD-iNGOT]

Guest celebrity chefs aim to convert kebab lovers and curry addicts to home-cooked food. James Tanner heads to Bradford to convince Diane Dixon and Claire Mullen that home-made lamb rogan josh is quicker, cheaper and tastier than the version they get from their local Indian takeaway.

The third of four brothers, James was brought up in Kent and was taught to cook by his mother. After finishing school he studied hotel management and then worked in the kitchens of several well-known restaurants, often with his older brother Chris. He worked his way up through the ranks until he was invited by the Roux brothers to move to the US and work in upstate New York, where he was chef de partie at the Lake Placid Lodge. Within four months he was promoted to junior sous chef, and then transferred to the prestigious Point.

On returning to England James worked for the two Michelin-starred restaurant Lettonie in Bath, for the respected chef Martin Blunos. He moved on to be head chef at Right on the Green in Kent. In 1999, aged 23, James and his brother Chris opened Tanners Restaurant in Plymouth.

James' television career began in 2001 when he and Chris made their first TV appearance. Shortly after that James was recommended by Ainsley Harriott to Ready Steady Cook where he became a regular.

James also continues to appear on Saturday Kitchen and UKTV's Great Food Live. He recently filmed with his brother Chris for their own series The Tanner Brothers.

=== File Information ===

File Name: Take.On.The.Takeaway.S01E10.WS.PDTV.XviD-iNGOT.torrent
Duration: 00:28:59
File Size: 232 MB (243,867,252 bytes)

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Type: Food / Drink / Cooking

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