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Pennod 3

Beth gwell ar fore braf na thrip i fae Caerdydd? Ond, nid i ymlacio yn anffodus, i wynebu her arall gan Dudley! The cooks face challenges from Dudley - in Cardiff Bay and Coleg ...


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-They've been hurt.

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-Aargh! Bob, help!

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-It's in your hair.

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-It's in your hair.

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-I know. Get it out, please, Bob.

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-They've been scared.

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-They've been scared.

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-Aargh!

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-After cat food came tears...

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-..and one word's

-been repeated time and time again.

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-By some!

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-Oh, this is a disaster!

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-In the cooking-without-a-recipe

-challenge, the blue team excelled.

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-They also won the challenge in which

-they cooked for 60 paying customers.

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-Well done, blue team!

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-Well done, blue team!

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-It was a fix!

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-Rhys Meirion wooed the old ladies.

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-Non's team needs to shape up.

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-Trystan Ellis-Morris,

-Rhodri Gomer and Tudur Owen.

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-Catrin Heledd will try

-to thwart them with Marged Esli...

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-..Lisa Gwilym and Rhys Meirion.

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-I wonder what Dudley

-has in store for them today?

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-Subtitles

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-Day three and Dudley's

-sent the stars to the Senedd...

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-..for more culinary lessons

-from chef Padrig Jones.

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-Sea bass.

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-You've been fishing but you need

-to know how to fillet the fish.

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-First you must remove the scales.

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-Next they must gut the fish.

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-Trystan and Catrin's favourite

-task so far. Remember the ducks?

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-They must cut behind the head...

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-..then slice and scrape

-along the backbone.

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-There should be no waste.

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-Remove the bones,

-and within seconds, for Paj...

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-..he has two perfect fillets

-for the frying pan.

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-These'd cost 20 each

-in a restaurant...

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-..so fillet them properly.

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-Descaling the fish

-is relatively easy...

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-..though some look as though

-they're heading to a nightclub...

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-..with all those sequins

-in their hair!

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-Don't speak while you're doing it

-or they'll get in your mouth too.

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-It's called draenog y mor

-(sea hedgehog) in Welsh...

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-..on account of its spines,

-as you can see.

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-I'm a Cardiff girl,

-I don't do these things.

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-It doesn't come naturally to you.

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-Evidently!

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-Now for the dirty work

-of disembowelling the fish.

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-I'm left handed so a left-handed

-fish would've been a big help to me.

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-It's a bit early

-to be doing something like this.

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-It's best not to look

-and just get on with it.

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-Damn it!

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-Damn it!

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-Here we go.

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-There you go.

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-Can I just cut the umbilical cord?

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-Can I just cut the umbilical cord?

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-If you want.

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-To be honest, I've found

-worse things in my handbag, Emma.

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-This one's completely gone!

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-Experts like Paj

-make it look so easy.

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-Thin enough so you can see

-your knife through the skin.

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-You're meant to see the knife.

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-You're meant to see the knife.

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-That was the advice given.

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-For some, it'd be easier

-to see through a brick wall.

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-Everyone succeeds, though Paj uses

-his wit to judge our stars' efforts.

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-That wouldn't even do

-as a fish nugget.

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-Lovely filleting. Almost perfect.

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-Yours was a small fish, was it?

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-Yours was a small fish, was it?

-

-Yes, it was a goldfish.

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-Which of our stars have excelled?

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-Some were very close

-but Non's was the best.

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-Well done, Non.

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-Dudley's disappeared once again.

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-Which can only mean one thing,

-of course. Come along.

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-A banquet to celebrate Clwb Rygbi

-Cymry Caerdydd's 50th anniversary...

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-..is the challenge

-that awaits them on Saturday night.

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-A party wouldn't be a party

-without a birthday cake.

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-This is Gareth Davies

-from Aberystwyth.

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-Hello!

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-Gareth is a champion

-sugarcraft cake decorator.

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-Two of you will have to perform

-this very task later on.

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-Pay attention. Take notes.

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-Over to you, Gareth.

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-Over to you, Gareth.

-

-Begin by cutting the cake in half.

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-Add a jam filling...

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-..and cover it with butter-cream.

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-Using a rolling pin,

-spread the green icing fondant...

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-..representing the field

-and smooth it out.

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-In the same way,

-roll out the white fondant...

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-..before covering the cake

-and smoothing it out.

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-Discard the surplus...

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-..and begin

-the meticulous task of piping.

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-The base first...

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-..followed by the loops, before

-massaging the coloured icing...

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-..to form a muddy puddle

-and a white rugby ball.

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-I wonder who has the steadiest hand

-for the all-important message?

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-Looks simple enough,

-and Dudley claimed...

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-..only two of them

-would have to make the cake.

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-Really?

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-Come over here, everyone.

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-Over you come.

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-Over you come.

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-There's me thinking you were nice!

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-Over you come.

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-I'm no good at maths, as you

-can tell, so you all have a cake.

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-I was convinced

-only two people had to do it.

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-I was going to land it on poor Lisa.

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-It was so lovely

-watching him at work...

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-..I didn't make detailed notes.

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-Everyone's cutting and

-creaming the cake relatively well...

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-..though a few resemble

-the Leaning Tower of Pisa!

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-It's tilting!

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-This isn't

-too dissimilar to plastering.

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-How good a plasterer are you?

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-BLEEP

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-Everyone's relatively handy

-with a rolling pin...

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-..apart from Harry and Billy

-in the corner.

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-I'll try again.

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-Why does Trystan always need

-three goes at every challenge?

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-And he's cheating.

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-Where did you get that? Crikey!

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-You put it straight on. Excellent.

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-Sorry, Rhodri,

-but even Trystan can do it.

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-Honestly, this is one of the

-hardest things I've ever had to do.

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-Tudur's comparison to DIY

-wasn't far off.

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-I've never seen so many holes

-in all my life, Catrin!

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-That's not a hole.

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-That's not a hole.

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-That? What is it, then?

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-It's a gap. A gap.

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-It's a gap. A gap.

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-It's not meant to be there!

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-To hide every sin, Catrin

-finds a ribbon the size of a belt.

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-Just the right size!

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-Just the right size!

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-Tudur?

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-You're getting the hang of it.

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-You're getting the hang of it.

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-BLEEP

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-Have you made enough?

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-Hallelujah!

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-Tudur's piping is astounding.

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-And Trystan's

-astoundingly predictable.

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-That's fine.

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-Like schoolchildren, the handwriting

-and piping varies greatly.

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-But the team have odd ideas

-about how a rugby ball should look.

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-It's not a rugby ball,

-it's a suppository!

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-I take it you never played rugby?

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-I take it you never played rugby?

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-I did, actually.

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-What kind of ball did you use?

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-What kind of ball did you use?

-

-Worn out, shapeless ones!

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-10 minutes to go.

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-You can stuff your 10 minutes in

-your piping bag, Dudley. I'm done!

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-Fair play,

-each one of the stars has finished.

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-Which cake has caught your eye?

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-Jackanory or Playschool?

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-Fred Flinstone or Barney Rubble?

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-Andy Pandy or Looby Loo?

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-Scooby Doo or Got No Clue?

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-It's Gareth's opinion that counts.

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-The person who stood out is...

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-..Tudur.

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-I feel like crying.

-I've never won a thing in my life!

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-The laughing's over...

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-..because the heat is on

-in the next challenge.

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-The location -

-the kitchens of Coleg y Cymoedd.

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-The stars have already cooked

-against the clock without recipes.

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-They've also cooked under the

-supervision of professional cooks.

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-They must once again

-cook against the clock...

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-..but this time

-they must follow a recipe.

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-Being organized and meticulous

-is key.

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-You two go first. Are you alright?

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-I'm worried about you.

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-I'm worried about you.

-

-We're worried about him too!

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-Are you ready?

-Shake hands before you go inside.

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-Right, in you go.

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-He's got no chance!

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-At Coleg y Cymoedd, the stars must

-cook various dishes from recipes...

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-..against the clock.

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-What they get is down to luck,

-and Trystan's luck...

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-..hasn't improved at all.

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-He doesn't like seafood

-and he's been given fish linguine.

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-Oh, dear!

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-These are the mussels

-and these are the...?

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-Clams.

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-The tenor

-has to hit the right note...

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-..with wild mushroom risotto.

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-They have 40 minutes

-and the clock is ticking.

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-I'm frying the onions and celery

-for them to soften.

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-The risotto's the next step.

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-The risotto's the next step.

-

-There's a quite a lot of flavour...

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-..in the water, you know.

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-..in the water, you know.

-

-I'm removing them like this...

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-..so I can retain the juice.

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-Within 20 minutes,

-another pair enters the kitchen.

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-Poor Non is faced with

-the diabolical Roquefort souffle...

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-..served with a pear salad.

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-Don't be afraid, Non!

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-This is the most challenging dish

-for me so far.

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-Souffles are famous for being...

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-..difficult.

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-..difficult.

-

-..and unsuccessful.

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-Marged will grapple with monkfish...

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-..in a Thai curry

-with lime and coconut.

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-I've never cooked mussels before.

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-I'm scared because it's complicated.

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-I don't know what to do with

-the mascarpone and how much to add.

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-Use half of it because it's easier

-to add than to take away.

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-10 minutes left.

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-10 minutes to cook my pasta.

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-Time to ask Marged

-what she thinks of the task.

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-I don't think.

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-Thinking's no good.

-It's a hard thing to chew.

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-The thinking, not the rice.

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-Time's running out

-for the first couple of pairs.

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-Enter the next pair,

-and it's no joke for Tudur...

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-..as he realizes he has to prepare

-watercress soup and poached eggs.

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-Sbigoglys (spinach).

-What's sbigoglys?

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-Lisa's dish

-is red mullet and ratatouille.

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-After her experiences

-this morning...

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-..she should remember about

-the unfortunate bones in her fish.

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-My dish is fish and ratatouille.

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-It looks alright.

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-It's not a souffle.

-Poor Non has to make a souffle.

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-Soup with egg?

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-Soup with egg?

-

-Yep.

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-Tudur obviously isn't happy

-with his soup.

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-Trystan, Rhys, two minutes to go.

-You should think about plating up.

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-Wow!

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-Go and see Dudley.

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-On the table, boys.

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-Both dishes look fantastic.

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-Let's start with Rhys.

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-Well done.

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-You haven't used

-too much truffle oil.

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-It helps the risotto.

-That's very good.

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-You've made a perfect risotto.

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-That looks as good as any pasta and

-fish dish you'd get in a restaurant.

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-The sauce is great.

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-Not too watery. It clings

-to the pasta, as it should do.

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-The chilli gives it

-just enough of a kick.

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-The pasta's cooked perfectly.

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-Great dish. Emma's waiting for you.

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-You're smiling.

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-I'm completely gobsmacked.

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-We're smiling

-because they're smiling.

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-They didn't say anything negative.

-They liked the dishes.

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-They both said they were as good...

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-They both said they were as good...

-

-..as those in any London restaurant!

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-Those were hard acts to follow.

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-Well done, lad!

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-Tudur's unimpressed.

-How about the rest?

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-Do you think

-you can finish it in 15 minutes?

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-No, but I'll try.

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-The water will take 10 minutes

-to boil. That's hardly fair.

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-I've no hope of learning

-to cook a meal by Saturday night...

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-..but if I can follow a recipe,

-there's a chance people will eat!

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-Lisa's the first to realize

-the purpose of this challenge.

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-How long do I have left?

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-10 minutes.

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-10 minutes.

-

-Shall I put the fish in the oven?

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-Whoever wrote this needs to go

-on a teach-yourself-Welsh course.

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-"Come saucepan to the boil."

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-Do you want me to fry this now?

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-Yes.

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-As Tudur gets even more annoyed,

-the final pair arrives.

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-Will Catrin's chocolate fondant be

-a gravitational flop or a triumph?

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-If Rhodri couldn't differentiate

-between pork and steak...

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-..what hope does he have...

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-..with kidneys in sherry sauce

-and olive oil mash?

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-Liver. Are you a fan?

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-Liver or kidneys?

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-They're kidneys, are they?

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-Pork, steak, liver, kidney.

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-It's important to know!

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-I'm checking to see if they'll rise.

-Maybe they won't.

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-You enjoying this?

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-You enjoying this?

-

-Yes. How's it going with you?

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-Oh, the sugar snaps! Should I

-put these in at the last minute?

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-How difficult is this?

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-Depends if you've done it before.

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-Depends if you've done it before.

-

-Sorry, what was that?

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-Depends if you've done it before.

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-Have you done it before?

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-You have?

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-You have?

-

-I'll look like a real fool...

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-..if this turns out to be

-a rock cake in there.

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-We'll see.

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-We'll see.

-

-Marged and Non, three minutes to go.

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-Right.

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-Non's getting them out!

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-Non's getting them out!

-

-Non's getting her souffles out!

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-They look perfect at first glance.

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-But on closer inspection,

-maybe not so perfect.

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-Non, this looked great

-when you pulled it out of the oven.

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-I know it did but it's sunk.

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-It's cooked through but if

-you'd left it another 1.5 minutes...

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-..it would've stayed upright.

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-But it tastes wonderful.

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-Marged, the rice is perfect.

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-It's delicious. The monkfish

-has been cooked to perfection.

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-Spot on.

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-These are still green and crispy.

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-These are still green and crispy.

-

-Fantastic.

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-We didn't cry, we didn't quarrel.

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-We were both praised.

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-We were both praised.

-

-A lot.

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-She's leading by example, so if she

-leads the way, the rest will follow.

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-If that happens,

-the orange team will shine.

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-Marged's dish had plenty of flavour.

-She fulfilled the brief.

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-On the whole, everyone's happy.

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-We have no reason to complain.

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-We did it!

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-Four more to go and Tudur's mood

-hasn't improved at all.

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-There's no soup bowl here.

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-A red mullet fillet.

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-Seared.

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-Ohhh!

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-As opposed to crisped.

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-It's wrong. I can't serve that.

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-Someone's taken the bowl,

-so Rhys Meirion or someone...

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-..has cheated.

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-I'm not happy.

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-Happy or not, Lisa and Tudur...

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-..are on time.

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-People would pay top prices

-for these in a restaurant.

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-As long as they taste nice.

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-You haven't overcooked

-the watercress or the spinach.

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-That's what gives the soup

-its fresh green flavour.

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-It tastes nice but with a pinch of

-salt and pepper, it's almost there.

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-That's how close it is.

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-The fish

-has been cooked to perfection.

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-Delicious.

-The ratatouille's nice.

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-The fish has been cooked well.

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-The skin has crisped on the edges

-but what you have to do...

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-..to get the rest of the skin

-crispy is to push it down.

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-Push it down for 10-15 seconds

-and it'll stay down.

0:19:430:19:47

-But on the whole,

-they're both very good dishes.

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-I panicked a bit

-with the first fillet.

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-It had curled. But they said some

-really nice things, didn't they?

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-He said all it needed was more salt.

-I'll have that!

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-That's put a smile on Tudur's face

-but will Catrin be smiling...

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-..when she pulls out her fondant?

0:20:110:20:12

-..when she pulls out her fondant?

-

-My work here is done.

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-They just need to taste nice now.

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-I'm browning the meat a little.

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-Does it say for how long?

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-Does it say for how long?

-

-No, it doesn't.

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-They tell you they're giving you a

-recipe but they only tell you half.

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-Five minutes to go.

-Are five minutes enough?

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-I doubt it very much.

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-I was generous with the chocolate

-so it's taken longer to cook.

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-You've half a minute.

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-You've half a minute.

-

-Half a minute? Excellent.

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-Oh, no, it's starting to seep out.

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-I was worried

-it wouldn't cook through...

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-..but you can't taste any flour,

-it tastes of pure hot chocolate.

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-The outside is crunchy too.

-Very nice.

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-It's a big pudding but you did well.

0:21:100:21:12

-It's a big pudding but you did well.

-

-Enough for two!

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-Well done.

0:21:140:21:16

-One of my favourite dishes

-in the world is lambs' kidneys.

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-You've cooked them well. The

-olive oil mash works well for me.

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-You almost got this right. The sauce

-could've done with more sherry.

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-The sherry flavour

-could've been a little stronger.

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-A bit more sauce.

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-I wouldn't know where to start

-with your dish, so fair play to you.

0:21:370:21:42

-I'd say the same.

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-I'd say the same.

-

-If the measurements were correct...

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-..the fondant would've been perfect.

0:21:460:21:49

-The sherry was missing in Rhodri's.

0:21:490:21:51

-The sherry was missing in Rhodri's.

-

-All it needed was more black pepper.

0:21:510:21:55

-What's important

-is that you like it, Emma.

0:21:550:21:59

-Mm!

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-Maybe you'd like to try

-some kidneys?

0:22:010:22:03

-I'm alright. I think it's time

-we did something else.

0:22:030:22:08

-They've certainly improved

-over the past few days.

0:22:090:22:14

-If they can follow recipes...

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-..they can cook a fantastic banquet.

0:22:170:22:20

-It was very close

-but one dish stood out.

0:22:220:22:25

-Trystan's was brilliant.

0:22:280:22:30

-But as we all know,

-it's the team that counts.

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-Tonight's winners are...

0:22:400:22:43

-..both teams because it's a draw.

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-Well done.

0:22:490:22:51

-No marigolds tonight,

-you're in for a tapas treat.

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-Both teams can enjoy

-the fruits of their labour tonight.

0:23:030:23:07

-Their spirits, like Trystan's,

-are through the roof.

0:23:070:23:11

-Orange team, blue team and Trystan!

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-But you know as well as I do

-that when Dudley's being nice...

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-Nine experts will come here

-to sample your menus.

0:23:220:23:25

-If anyone's going to explode...

0:23:250:23:28

-..it's going to be Tudur.

0:23:280:23:30

-..it's going to be Tudur.

-

-Dudley! Dudley!

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-You're an hour late.

0:23:330:23:34

-You're an hour late.

-

-I didn't know how much 250g was.

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-It hasn't cooked.

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-We made a pig's ear of it.

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-We made a pig's ear of it.

-

-I wouldn't give it to a dog.

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Beth gwell ar fore braf na thrip i fae Caerdydd? Ond, nid i ymlacio yn anffodus, i wynebu her arall gan Dudley! The cooks face challenges from Dudley - in Cardiff Bay and Coleg y Cymoedd.