- Summaries (1)
The four contestants, all from Royal Berkshire, are: radio station salesman Tony Byrd, who, despite being a self-professed good cook, confesses that he's never prepared a three course dinner party on his own; fitness instructor Helen Kent, who, apropos to her profession is high energy in life; property business director Sarah Lewis, whose finishing school background she considers a waste of money; and Fred Wilkinson, whose negative outlook on British food is based on being born and raised in Belgium. Helen is the first to host. Her menu consists of: Serrano and prosciutto ham with fresh figs as the starter, salmon en papillote as the main course, and banoffee mess for dessert. Helen's hosting reflects her high energy personality. The second host is Tony, whose menu consists of: Thai beef salad as the starter, sea bass with lemon grass risotto as the main course, and Tony's triple Don chocolate trifle for dessert. The guests remark at how surprised they are by his cooking skills, and the women gush about other aspects. Third host Fred's menu consists of: steak tartar as the entrée, pan fried scallops with celeriac purée and pancetta dust as the starter, Chateaubriand with horseradish mash as the main course, and chocolate bombe for dessert. He admits some help in the form of personal advice from a celebrity chef. And Sarah is slightly perturbed by something that he served in his dessert. The last host is Sarah, whose menu consists of: smoked mackerel pâté with toasted castles as the starter, pig in a pot as the main course, and lemon snappy tart for dessert. All four reflect on each other as people before Sarah makes the announcement of the winner of the £1,000.
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