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Chef

Imaginative preschool show. Rebecca goes on a culinary adventure in a restaurant, where she must impress a tricky food critic.


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# Let's play! Do be do do be do be do

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# Let's have an adventure, hooray! Do be do do be do be do

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# Let's play!

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# Who could we be today? What could we do?

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# I'd like to drive a racing car or fly to the moon

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# I could be a firefighter, a farmer or a vet

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# A knight in shining armour, or I could be a chef

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# Let's play! Do be do do be do be do

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# Let's play! Do be do do be do be do

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# Let's have an adventure today! Do be do do be do be do

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# Let's play! #

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Voom! Voom! Shoom!

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-Oh!

-Sid!

-Sorry, Rebecca. I was just dusting.

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You don't need to dust my face, thank you! Oh.

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It does look very nice in here, though.

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-Well, I have been cleaning all day.

-Good for you.

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Hold on, I think I'm going to...ah...ah...

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-Oh, no. it's fine. I thought I was going to sneeze.

-So did I.

-Atchoo!

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-Sorry.

-Is it over?

-I think so.

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-'Ho-ho!'

-Hold on, Rebecca. I think it's time!

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Great!

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-It's time to play!

-Whose turn is it today?

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-Let it be me!

-Let it be me!

-Me!

-Me!

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# Let it be me, let it be me!

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# Let it be me!

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# Could it be me?

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# Let it be me, let it be me

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# I really, really, really, really hope that it's me!

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# Let, let, let, let, let, let, let, let it be me!

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# Let it be me, let it be me!

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# I really, really, really, really hope that it's me! #

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-Could it be me?

-Could it be me?

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It's me!

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# Yes, it's me! Yes, it's me!

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# I'm really, really, really, really happy it's me! #

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Look, there's the dressing-up room.

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# Let's play! #

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So what are we going to play?

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Let's find out.

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An Ancient Egyptian headdress, a mountain climber's outfit

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and ballerina shoes?! I don't think so. Let's try again.

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Well, this time we've got a white jacket,

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white trousers and a white hat.

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So what are we playing today? Yes.

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We're going to play Chefs and make some delicious food.

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So what do we need to know?

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Chefs work in restaurants and cook tasty food.

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They wear tall white hats when they're cooking.

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The taller the hat, the more important the chef is.

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Chefs also wear double-breasted jackets with two fronts.

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When one gets dirty, they fold the clean one over the top.

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Chefs check if an egg is fresh by putting it in water.

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If it's fresh, it will sink.

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If it's old and not good to eat, it'll float.

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OK, that's what we need to remember. And do we need anything else?

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What's this?

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I have no idea! But I guess it'll come in handy.

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OK, we've got everything we need. Let's go.

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-Sid, can you guess what we're playing today?

-Um...

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Jugglers with invisible balls?

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-No! I'm cooking. We're playing Chefs.

-Cool!

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-So you'll be cooking up a treat. Sounds like fun!

-I love cooking.

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-Why aren't you cleaning?

-I've finished.

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-I've cleaned the whole house.

-Oh, lovely.

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And because I've finished, I thought I'd treat myself to a biscuit.

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-You can have one, too.

-Ooh!

-Oh. There's only one left.

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I hate to tell you this, you missed a bit. Down here, look, it's dusty.

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You have the biscuit and I'll have one when I'm done.

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Oh! Thanks, Sid! I love biscuits!

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-Have fun!

-I will!

-See you.

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Come on, let's play Chefs!

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So where are we?

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Oh! A row of shops. And look, there's a restaurant.

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Well, I'm a chef so I guess that's where I'm meant to be.

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Let's go in and help them with the cooking.

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Now this looks like the right place. But where is everyone?

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-Welcome! Welcome!

-Oh, hello.

-Come, you sit down.

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-You like-a this-a table?

-No. I'm not here to...

-No good.

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You're right. This table is a-no good. This is a rubbish table.

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This is not good enough for a fine customer like-a yourself.

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-How about this table instead?

-Oh. No, thank you. I'm not a customer.

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This one is too small, maybe? The customer is always right!

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I know. I tell you what.

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I'll put these two tables together to make you a nice big table. Henry!

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Come give me a hand.

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Ah, never mind. You-a sit down and have yourself a lovely lunch.

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Oh, um... But I'm not here to eat. I'm actually a chef.

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-For starters, how about some delicious soup?

-I'm not a customer.

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How about a nice egg and mushroom salad

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with a little gherkin on the side?

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-No, thank you. I am not a customer.

-You're not?

-No. I'm a chef.

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-I've come to help you in the kitchen.

-Ah!

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Well, why didn't you say? I'm Chef Luigi.

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-Come, we go inside the kitchen.

-At last!

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This, Chef Rebecca, is my kitchen.

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-Oh, it's a lovely kitchen, Chef Luigi.

-Thank you.

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-But there's no-one cooking.

-No.

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-And there are no customers.

-No customers.

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No-one knows about this place even though we've been here

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for a whole year.

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-A year?! And how many customers have you had?

-How many customers?

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Let me think... None.

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Oh. TELEPHONE RINGS

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-The phone! That might be a customer wanting to book a table.

-Yes!

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Mm-hmm.

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Hello. Famous Chef Luigi's Restaurant. How may I help you?

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Yes. Yes.

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Yes! Yes!

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Oh, yes!

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-A customer?

-No.

-Oh.

-Even better than a customer. A critic.

-A critic?

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-What's a critic?

-A critic is a man who comes to try the food

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and writes about it in the newspaper.

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-If he likes it, he tells everybody to come here.

-Oh, great!

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HE SOBS

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-What's wrong?

-I'm so happy.

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And when I'm happy, it makes me want to cry!

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Oh. OK.

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BELL RINGS

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-Who's that?

-Hello?

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-It's a man.

-It must be the critic who was just on the phone.

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-He's come to try the food.

-That was quick! I'm not ready. Quick, cook...

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-What do I do?

-You should know, you're a chef.

-It's been a long time

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since I actually cooked anything.

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Oh, I know. You go and ask the critic what he wants to eat

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-and I'll start to prepare.

-Right.

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Great! I can actually do some cooking.

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Ooh, ham.

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I'll give him some ham. Everyone likes ham. So what does he want?

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-He said make him anything you like.

-Great.

-But no ham.

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-Oh.

-He hates ham. But he likes bread though.

-OK. I'll get some bread.

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-PHONE RINGS

-The phone!

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Two customers in one day. I'm rushed off my feet. Mm-hmm.

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Hello. Chef Luigi's Famous Restaurant. How may I help you?

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Yes. Yes.

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Yes. Oh, yes!

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-Another customer?

-No. The man who sells me the bread.

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-Good, cos we've run out.

-Oh, no! He said he only has two loaves left.

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-I'd better go and buy them.

-OK, but what about the critic?

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Make him something else. And quick. He's waiting.

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-But...

-Bye-sy bye!

-Huh? Oh, dear! Um...

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Come on, Rebecca. You're a chef now. You can do it.

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Oh! Cheese. I'll make him a cheese salad.

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One cheese salad, sir.

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-Oh. And where is Chef Luigi?

-Oh, he um...had to pop out.

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-And did you make this?

-Yes.

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Oh, dear. That will not do.

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-What? Why?

-Well, I only eat food from top chefs.

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Chef Luigi is a top chef. But you do not look like a top chef.

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-Oh.

-I'm afraid I'll have to go.

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Oh, no! He's going because he doesn't think I'm a top chef.

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But why? Oh! I remember, do you?

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Chefs wear tall white hats.

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The taller the hat is, the more important the chef is.

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I need a bigger hat.

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Oh, excuse me, sir.

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If you'd just like to take your seat again, that would be great.

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I'll be back in a minute.

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-I had the wrong hat on, sir. This is my hat.

-Oh.

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I see you are a top chef after all. I will eat here.

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-Great!

-Except... Except what? I don't like cheese.

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Doesn't like cheese, doesn't like ham... No problem.

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-I'll get you something else.

-Thank you.

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What shall I make him? SNORING

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Eh? Who's that?

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Hello?

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-Excuse me.

-Huh!

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-Oh, hello. Is this my breakfast?

-No, it's not your breakfast!

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-Who are you?

-I'm Henry. I'm a sous chef.

-What's a sous chef?

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-I help the main chef.

-Good. Then you can help me, please.

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I've got to make a meal for a critic.

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He doesn't like cheese and he doesn't like ham. What can I make him?

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SNORES

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-Henry!

-Huh! What? OK! Right!

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-Oh! There are some sausages in here. Oh! Ooh! Tomato sauce?

-Lovely.

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-One sausage dinner.

-With some yummy tomato sauce.

-Mmm! That looks nice.

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-I'll get...

-Oh!

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-Look what you've done to my jacket!

-Oh, no! You're a right mess.

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I can't go out there looking like this. What am I going to do?

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-Have you got another jacket?

-This is my only one.

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Oh, no! What can I do?

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Hold on. I remember, do you?

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Chefs wear jackets with two fronts.

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If one gets dirty, they can fold the clean one over the top.

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-We can fold one over. Henry, quick. Give me a hand.

-Right.

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OK. I've got the right hat, clean-looking jacket and sausages.

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Let's go.

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-Your dinner, sir.

-Thank you.

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-Ah. No. I don't like...

-Let me guess. You don't like sausages.

-No.

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-I don't.

-Is there anything you do like?

-Yes. Egg.

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-Egg?

-Egg.

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-Oh, OK. Great. I shall make you some egg.

-Thank you.

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-And please, make sure it is beautifully fresh.

-I will.

-Lovely.

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-It's a "no" to sausages, I'm afraid. Henry!

-Fish and chips! Huh? What? Oh.

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-He didn't like the sausages.

-No, but he does like eggs.

-Good.

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We've got plenty of those.

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Great. I'll make him a nice boiled egg.

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Oh, yeah. I remember the last time I had a boiled egg. It was lovely.

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-Hold on.

-What?

-Are these fresh?

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-Looks fresh.

-We can't just guess. If we serve that critic a stale egg,

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he won't be recommending anyone to come and eat here.

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-Good point.

-How can we tell?

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Um...

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Hold on. I remember, do you?

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To check if an egg is fresh, put it in some water.

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If it's fresh, it'll sink and if it's old and not good to eat, it'll float.

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-Right, OK.

-There we are.

-Here we go. Please sink!

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Hooray! It's fresh! One beautifully fresh boiled egg coming right up.

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-One beautifully fresh boiled egg for you, sir.

-Thank you.

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-Oh.

-Oh, what now? It's not ham, it's not cheese, it's not sausages.

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-It's egg. You said you liked egg.

-I do like eggs.

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Then why did you go "oh"?

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When I go to a restaurant to eat, I like my food to look nice,

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to be served nicely. This is just an egg plonked on a plate.

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Plonked?! Oh.

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Oh, hold on.

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I knew this would come in useful.

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-Your egg, sir.

-Oh! Well, that looks lovely.

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Beautifully fresh, just how you like it.

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Oh!

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-Thank you.

-No problem.

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Phew!

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-Chef Luigi, you're back.

-Yes.

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I got some bread and I made some lovely toast for our critic.

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-It smells lovely. I gave him some food.

-Did he like it?

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He didn't like the ham, he wouldn't eat the cheese

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and he wasn't keen on the sausages. So I've given him a boiled egg.

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An egg? I hope it was fresh! You must put it in the water...

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Yes, I know. I've done all that.

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-Excuse me.

-Oh! The critic! He's finished his food.

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So...did he like it?

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-Ah, Chef Luigi, nice to see you back.

-I have brought you toast.

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-Why, thank you.

-How was your egg, sir?

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Ah, yes. The egg.

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-Yes.

-Well, you have given me an egg.

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-Yes.

-And I have eaten an egg.

-Yes.

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And?

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And...I can say of all the eggs I have ever eaten, that this...

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was...the...

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-nicest.

-Oh, thank you, sir! Thank you!

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And this toast smells...lovely.

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And I shall be telling everyone that this is the best

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restaurant in the whole town.

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-Thank you!

-HE SOBS

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-Oh. Is he OK?

-Don't worry. What you said has made him happy.

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-And when he's happy...

-It makes me want to cry!

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Oh. Well... Yes.

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-I need to give you this.

-What is it?

-It's a gold star.

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You can hang on your front door and let everyone know who sees it

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that this is a very nice restaurant to eat in.

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-Thank you. Could I have another one, please?

-Why, of course.

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-For your back door, I suppose.

-No, it's for a friend of mine.

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I'll put this on the restaurant door and I'll take this one home with me.

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Well, we did it!

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But we would never have done it without remembering everything

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we needed to know.

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Chefs wear tall white hats when they're cooking.

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The taller the chef's hat, the more important the chef is.

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They wear jackets with two fronts.

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When one gets dirty, they fold the clean one over the top.

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And to check if an egg is fresh, they put it in some water.

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If it sinks, it's fresh.

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-I think it's time we went home. Bye, sir. Bye, Chef Luigi.

-Goodbye.

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-Goodbye.

-Has anyone seen Henry?

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HE SNORES

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-Oh, Henry!

-Oh, Henry!

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Bye, Henry.

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Bye.

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And he said it was the best restaurant he'd ever been to.

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-Sounds like you had a great time.

-I did.

-Well, I have finally finished.

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Phew. And now I can have my biscuit.

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-Oh, no! I forgot. We haven't got any left.

-What?

-No biscuits left.

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Don't worry, Sid.

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I brought you something back as a reward for all your hard work.

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-Oh, yes?

-A gold star. Just for you. And I'll make you some biscuits too.

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After all, I am a chef.

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-Thank you, Rebecca.

-Playing Chefs was great fun.

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What do you like to play?

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I like playing Magicians and surprising all my friends.

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I wave my magic wand like this.

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Abracadabra!

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I like to play Cave-people! I'll be really fierce like this.

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I like to play Superheroes and fly through the air.

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It's fun to play. Start playing today.

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Go to...

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and click on Let's Play.

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See you soon.

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Preschool show exploring the magic of play through dressing up, role play and pretending. Rebecca goes on a culinary adventure in a restaurant, where she finds out whether she has what it takes to be a top chef and impress a tricky food critic.


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