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It's great to be back!
My name's Matilda.
-But people call me Tilly.
-I'm crazy about cooking.
Mad to mess about.
And I've got the most embarrassing family ever!
Is it true you have a boyfriend?
You're so annoying!
-Dad's the chef.
-Matilda, where's my frying pan, please?
But I've taken over the kitchen in this house.
-What are you doing?
-I'm looking for my frying pan.
-Tilly rules, OK?
That looks delicious.
This year, it's the Ramsay bunch at full throttle.
We're visiting some of the best coastlines
in the world and I'm going cooking crazy and totally blog-tastic.
All the family loves cramming in as much action,
adventure and new experiences as we can.
After having an incredible time in super-sunny California,
we're flying back home and heading to the brilliant British seaside.
This is turning out to be the best summer ever!
We're staying on the Cornish coast and today, I'm setting the guys a
challenge - to build a raft. I can't wait to set sail.
But the big question is, can we build a seaworthy raft?
It's a nice day.
Come on, guys.
-Yay, the sea!
-OK, so, the challenge is -
you have to build me a raft that I can sit in the middle of
-and go up and down the estuary.
-Wait, like a raft raft?
-Like a boat.
If you guys succeed, you'll get some Cornish biscuits.
What happens if you sink?
-OK, come on team, let's do this.
Come on, guys.
While the Ramsay bunch get ship-shape,
I'm cooking up a seaside celebration.
A real taste of Cornwall.
Using fish caught off the Cornish coast, I'm making yummy pilchards on
toast, my delicious summery pasta made with local sausages and some
Cornish fairings to dish out as booty
to the Ramsay Pirates if their raft doesn't sink. Ha-ha!
Captain, vice captain...
-Megan's BFF Emma is staying with us in Cornwall.
We've made her an honorary member of the Ramsay bunch.
Jake and Sam have turned up with some supplies
and top raft building tips.
I don't suppose you guys could help us build a raft?
-Do you know how to tie knots?
-I can tie my shoelaces.
Perfect. So, I can teach you some knots.
You guys can plan it. You've got five barrels, six poles.
-We can do this, yeah?
We're in Cornwall and we're by the sea,
so I'm making a super-fishy snack. Cornish pilchards on toast.
And if the guys build a good raft today,
maybe we could use it as a fishing boat to catch our own pilchards.
-Something smells fishy.
They look incredible. Nan used to serve those, pilchards on toast.
-What are you doing?
-Pilchards on toast.
But mine came out of a can! Eggs, anyone?
If you're daring, we can try cooking the pilchards on there.
I was going to put them in the oven with some oil on.
-Can I just try one?
I've got four for four slices of toast.
Let me just show you what I'm going to do with them.
Sorry to be a pain. So, there we go there, a little bit of salt.
Now, don't tell Mum, these should cook in a flash.
'You can do this in theory,
'if you have an old-fashioned stove with a plate,
'but I wouldn't recommend it.
'Dads are supposed to do things properly. Not mine.'
-Little bit overdone on the bottom.
-Oh, no, no, no, no...
'There's smoke everywhere!'
FIRE ALARM RINGS
Not such a good idea.
Open the back door!
Smoke cleared and alarm off, time for a taste test.
-Just taste this. I cooked it on the Aga.
-So I hear!
-That is delicious.
-That is delicious.
You have to be quick. 90 seconds on the skin,
flip it over and they call it, in the kitchen,
you kiss the underneath of it.
-You kiss it?
-It's a chef to chef talk, Mother.
'Dad's restaurant-method pilchard is delicious,
'but I'm going to cook the rest my way.'
Drizzle a little bit of oil over them.
A little bit of salt.
They're going to go in a hot oven for about eight to ten minutes.
Now that's in the oven, I'm going to make some toast
and my nice herby sauce.
I love this sauce, because you can pretty much put any herbs in it.
So, in goes my mint.
Sage, parsley. Mm, that smells good.
Some dill. Rosemary.
Add all of this in. Season it, salt, pepper, lemon zest,
lemon juice as well.
And then some garlic.
Put in a little bit of olive oil.
Don't set the fire alarms off!
-I'm not as bad!
-Give me a kiss.
Give me a kiss.
Don't set the fire alarms off.
'This is such an easy recipe.'
First you're going to start by adding some of this herby sauce
to the toast.
'Pop on your pilchards.'
Everyone's going to love these.
'Any oily fish like mackerel is great, too.'
Now, I'm going to get some pictures for my blog.
You can check out my recipes and blog on the CBBC website.
Down on the beach, the gang are building my raft.
-Then, you can put your bum on the wood.
-No, no, no.
I like to be a team leader.
Megan likes to be a team leader and then the two other girls like to be
-I personally don't think that's needed, do you?
-I think that's quite strong.
The guys better get it together,
otherwise we'll never set sail
and they won't get to eat my super-special biscuits.
Fairings are famous Cornish biscuits.
They're gingery, spicy and absolutely delicious.
I'm not sure if Cornish people do this,
but I love eating them dipped in Cornish clotted cream.
They're really easy to make.
All you do is add in some self-raising flour,
cinnamon, mixed spices, powdered ginger.
This makes them very nice and gingery.
'Bicarbonate of soda.
'Then add butter and mix.'
-Oh, hello, Rumpy.
-Need a paw?
-'No, thanks, Rumps.'
I'm mixing it until it looks like breadcrumbs.
Add in golden caster sugar.
'Next, heat some golden syrup.'
That's perfect, because it's nice and runny now.
'Add and mix really well.'
It's very gooey.
'And make biscuit-sized balls.'
These are going to go in a medium oven.
The gang's got a design.
Time to start tying the raft together.
And then another loop the opposite way.
Pull it tight. Done.
-Jack, does this look right?
Captain Jack to the rescue.
Secretly, they need me, they really need me.
I'm excited about using this raft.
I think it should be a good trip out
and we should definitely all probably get cookies.
I'm going to just put them on here to cool down.
And I'm going to go and get my clotted cream.
So, this is the clotted cream.
To prove how thick it is I'm going to turn it around on my head
and see it falls out.
No, doesn't fall out. Wow!
'Mm, looking good.'
This is going to be a very good prize after all
the hard work they're putting into making a raft.
Operation rafting's going well.
The guys are cracking on and Holly's been sent ashore.
Hey, Holls, have you been put to work?
Yes, I have.
She's making a skull and crossbones pirate flag.
And I'm in charge of the food. So, if it's no good,
I'll be walking the plank.
I call this my Cornish seaside spaghetti.
Of course, spaghetti's Italian, not Cornish,
but I'm using Cornish sausages to make the sauce.
It's real comfort food.
I can see why Rumple's in here.
No, baby, I'm sorry.
Dogs do love sausages.
"Mm, yes, I do."
First, get a pan of water on to boil.
Get my pasta. Are you comfy there, Rump?
I'm going to use about half of this spaghetti.
'And pop it into boiling, salted water.'
I'm going to get the meat out of the sausages.
And pull out the sausage meat. Nice and gooey.
I've really got to make sure I wash my hands well, because I've been
handling raw meat.
And I've got to clean this board,
because it's also got raw meat on it.
Get your frying pan.
'Now for the yummy, sausage-y sauce.'
'Add chopped onions, garlic and chilli flakes.
'Then put in chopped parsley, the sausage meat and fry.
'Pour in chicken stock and simmer for about five to ten minutes.'
-Ha-ha! Guys, I made it.
-Wow, that's awesome.
-Wow, you've done a lot.
-That's really good.
We did it. High fives all round.
-Shall we go and get some food?
The Ramsay raft is ready for its maiden voyage
and the guys are hungry, so I'd better finish my pasta.
I'm going to use the zest of one whole lemon
and the juice of both these lemons.
Adding my lemon juice.
'Then, put in the creme fraiche.'
This'll make it nice and creamy.
'And drain the spaghetti.'
And that's it, nice and simple.
Some nice parsley over the top.
Come on, Mum and Dad. This is pilchards on toast.
Can I just apologise for setting off the alarms this morning.
-Did you set off the fire alarm?
-Yeah, sorry. They are delicious.
It's really good, thank you, really yummy.
-I love the idea with the sausages.
-When I was making the sausages,
Rumple was just sitting by my feet the whole time.
People ask what food you take on a desert island, I would take the...
'Shiver me fish names! Jack!'
Pilchards! But the final payoff will be all of us floating down that
beautiful river, on a man-made raft.
-Right, wet suits on.
-Wet suits on.
This is the prize.
Let's hope it stays afloat.
-One, two, three.
'Even if you're modern-day pirates like us,
'make sure there's a landlubber keeping watch.'
-Just in case.
-Dad, don't take your trousers off.
-I've got to take them off.
-Keep the biscuits safe.
-Good luck, good luck, good luck. That's cold!
At least it's floating!
Jump, Tilly! Wait!
Put the paddles...
I think it's absolutely amazing it's managed to float.
And they're going to be so proud and Jack, I think, is in his element.
He's taking control.
That was so tricky. No-one was listening.
Everyone was just doing what they want.
-Let's get back to shore, please.
-Thanks, Dad. I'm trying!
Right, let's regroup and debrief.
Let's go. Jack, what happened?
First part of our problems was the ditching of the boat by Holly.
-Did you jump ship?
-I did jump ship.
-What did you see?
-I just saw barrels flying off.
'We were spectacularly shipwrecked,
'but I think Captain Jack and the Ramsay pirates did a great job.
'So, it's Cornish fairings for everyone.'
They are so good.
Guys, just look down. The tide's coming in! Come on, let's go!
Let's go, let's go, let's go!
After an awesome day messing about on the beach,
I'm setting sail for a foodie chat with Dad.
-What a day!
-What a day!
First if all, that food was delicious.
-Let's get that right.
-And so authentic,
because it was all Cornish. Pilchards on toast, delicious.
And then, Cornish sausages.
Well, as you can see in these pictures,
Rumple is just, just everywhere.
-And then, our last dish was the nice Cornish biscuits.
Loved them. They remind me of when I was growing up of ginger snaps.
And then on to the beach.
-I mean, seriously.
-And then the barrels started coming loose.
Really good fun, though, right?
-Really good fun, yeah.
-"Where are my sausages?"
-Mum and Dad:
-Good night, everyone!
-Why aren't Ramsay pirates allowed to stay up late?
Because they argh-n't!
Jack, bad joke!
Get to sleep or I'll make you walk the plank.
-Argh! Good night!