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It's great to be back!
My name's Matilda...
..but people call me Tilly.
I'm crazy about cooking...
Deliciousness! Om nom!
..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?
Naughty boy! He just bit my chin.
We're in Cornwall by the brilliant British beach,
where I'm cooking my heart out.
This is fun!
And writing my food blog.
The whole Ramsay bunch loves crazy seaside adventures.
It's so good!
Ice cream, swimming, sailing,
rock pools, sand castles...
The seaside is awesome.
But today we're doing something I've never tried before.
So the big question is,
what's the best thing to do at the beach?
I love cooking fish when I'm at the seaside,
so I've sent Jack on a mission to get me some.
Today, I'm making my seaside favourite -
delicious any-fish pie,
a home-made tomato ketchup to go with it,
and when we're by the seaside
we've got to have my magic 99 ice creams.
The great thing about my any-fish pie
is you can put any fish in it!
-We've been out early this morning,
and this is what we've caught.
So Jack's getting me the catch of the day from local fisherman Jason.
-That's a nice lobster, there.
-These are for my sister's fish pie.
That is perfect for a lobster pie.
I think if you're going to buy this lobster,
we're going to have to put some bands on the claws.
If you don't, you could get pinched!
We always do this claw first, cos this is his fast snapper claw.
Just put the band on, a little twist.
This one here, that's his main cruncher claw.
-That's the one, if you get your finger stuck in there,
you'd definitely have a black fingernail.
Ah, that's got to hurt!
Don't want your sister getting bit while she's cooking the lobster,
They are like dinosaurs, aren't they? Like aliens.
Well, they are, but they're very tasty dinosaurs.
I hope Tilly makes a lovely pie.
Thank you very much.
I call this my any-fish pie.
Because you can make it with any fish
and it always tastes delicious.
I'm using two different types today.
Jack got me a lobster from the fisherman in Padstow,
and I've got some lovely hake.
I can't wait to find out what Dad thinks of this combination.
He's so fussy.
First, I'm going to start by melting the butter.
Now I'm going to chop up my spring onions.
Add frozen peas,
some Dijon mustard.
Little bit spicy.
and creme fraiche.
Creme fraiche tastes a bit like yoghurt,
and it'll thicken up my sauce.
Love cheddar cheese!
You can put in whatever fish you have.
I'm using my hake and Jack's cooked lobster.
Wow! That's a big claw.
Wouldn't like that to be pinching me!
I'm not going to break the claw up.
I think I'm going to leave it whole, sees whoever gets it.
Next, chopped parsley.
I love it when Dad tests my food.
He's quite critical, though,
but I think that's a good thing, cos it helps me learn.
To finish the pie, just add salt and pepper
and top with creamy mashed potatoes.
There we go. So, to decorate it,
I'm just going to run the fork along like the ocean.
Don't want to push too hard, though,
because I don't want it to go all the way through.
I think that's oven-ready.
After 20 minutes, that'll be perfect.
And remember that our parents like to know if we're cooking hot stuff,
even if we know what we're doing.
So this is a perfect celebration for the seaside.
Check out my recipes and blog on the CBBC website.
Mm, mm, mm.
Lovely fish pie!
Megan's friend Emma is staying with us in Cornwall,
so we're all hitting the beach...
..for some fast and furious fun!
-These things look awesome.
-Has anybody sailed at all before?
-A little bit?
-Just a little bit?
Blokarting is a bit like go-karting,
but instead of an engine, you have a sail.
Blokarts are the easiest way to learn to sail.
Who can tell me which way the wind's blowing?
-We're all pointing!
The world speed record for a Blokart
is an incredible 60mph. That's fast!
There, perfect one.
So there's loads of safety equipment.
Jack needs a cannon,
then we can just fire him out with his yellow helmet.
Safety belts on.
And the basic rule is, if you pull the sail in,
it will go faster.
If you let the sail out, it will go slower.
What may happen is the kart may go up onto two wheels.
First thing is, let go of the rope,
and it's going to go down onto its side.
-And... You all right, Tilly?
-OK, that's good.
OK. Wind, wheels,
What do I do? What do I do? What do I do?!
SHE LAUGHS AND SHRIEKS
Eat my sand, Jack!
I'm going over!
OK, so we're going to do a pre-race selfie. You ready?
On your marks, get set, go!
I'm beating you! I'm beating you!
I'm the winner!
I won! Whoo!
That was so cool.
When you crashed into me, that was crazy!
There's only one thing about having a blast at the seaside -
it makes you hungry!
One of my favourite sauces is home-made ketchup,
and for some reason it always makes me think of the seaside.
It's really easy to make, and it's so good with fish pie.
First of all, you get some garlic.
So you just crush the garlic
until they come flying out like that.
It doesn't matter if they fall on the floor,
because they've got some sort of skin around them that you don't eat.
Some people say it makes your breath smell stinky.
And keeps the vampires away.
Chop the garlic.
Add tinned tomatoes
and red wine vinegar.
This is going to make it a bit sour,
but then, to make it nice and sweet,
Then, add English mustard powder,
salt, and a bay leaf.
Come here. What's up with your bandanna?
Now I need to wash my hands cos I've been touching you.
Good boy. You can watch.
And your tomato puree.
Which smells delicious.
This is a really easy recipe.
Let it bubble away, and when it starts bubbling
I'm going to leave it for 20 minutes.
Can you please only put sand from below the legs?
We don't want no sandy hair!
The guys are messing about at the beach,
burying Megan and Emma, mermaid-style!
I don't want you to move your legs now, OK?
I feel, like, six years old again.
Meg and Emma, you guys have it easy.
You don't have to do all the digging.
-Megan! I told you not to move your feet!
-Oh, my gosh.
Sand mermaids done.
With my mermaids.
-We're going to go and get a hot chocolate, OK?
So you guys just stay there. Cool?
-We'll be, like, two minutes.
Wait for us!
Ketchup cooked and cooled.
Ooooh! Thanks for that nice little shower, Tilly!
-Tills, I have to say...
-..for someone as messy as you,
that's not a bad job.
Then pour into your ketchup bottle.
A funnel is useful here.
Why did I walk in at this moment?
I wonder what would happen if I shook this?
-I'm leaving the kitchen.
Teasing Mum over.
Time to get shots for my blog.
That is ready to be served with the fish pie.
We're not the only ones who love going to the seaside.
Rumpole and our new dog Bruno
are becoming best buds here.
I think their relationship's kind of started in Cornwall,
cos we haven't even had Bruno a week,
and before Rumpole used to try and bite Bruno.
But now I think Cornwall...
I think that four-hour car ride really made them bond together.
When you go to the seaside, you have to have an ice cream.
I call my ice cream magic because it's so easy to make
and it doesn't even have any cream or milk in it.
All I've done is chopped up some bananas and put them in the freezer
with some blackberries, ready to add in.
And my frozen blackberries.
Hm, I wonder what they're like.
Then you add peanut butter.
So, that looks good.
Just have a little...
Mm, that's delicious!
So, I'll show you how I would decorate mine.
Dip it in the sprinkles.
That looks good.
Then, they're called 99s
cos they've got the chocolate flake
right in the middle.
Can't get any better than that.
This ice cream is ready to be served.
Come on, Tilly, we're starving!
Whoo, home-made ketchup!
And Matilda's fish pie is called any-fish pie.
It smells delicious and it looks very rustic.
Tills, give me an insight, please.
So in this fish pie we've got hake and lobster.
There's one whole lobster claw about that big in there.
You went to the fisherman.
Inside this, it's a bit of a sweet and sour ketchup.
Yeah, it's delicious.
-Thank you, Jack.
-I love the ketchup.
I think it's delicious.
But what does Dad think?
I know professional chefs that put lobsters inside fish pies
and it comes out rubbery.
The lobster, for me, was decadent, sweet, incredibly delicious.
It looked fabulous, and I'm going to have to give it
a nine and a half.
I think your cooking is improving across the summer.
Wow. What do we have here?
This is special ice cream.
Chopped up bananas, frozen, and frozen blackberries,
and a little bit of peanut butter mixed together.
-Yes, please. Ooh.
Not too many. Oh, lovely.
-Tills, that looks great.
-Tills, this ice cream is delicious.
-It really is.
-Tilly, what happened to your lips?
Aah, what's Dad's score this time?
This is a lot lighter than ice cream
and it's less rich,
so it's a first for me,
cos I'm going to give this beauty a ten!
Seriously, Tills, good job.
Three cheers for the seaside!
Hurray! Hip-hip, hurray!
Summer days don't get much better than this.
Messing about by the sea
and incredible scores for my cooking from Dad.
I can't wait for our foodie chat.
So, Dad, this is a moment of history for me.
I need to write it down. I need to go have a party,
I need to celebrate. I got nine and a half and a ten!
-I know, I know.
-Nine and a half and a ten!
Got some really nice pictures as well.
Naughty boy! He just bit my chin.
Amazing fish pie. Sweet, succulent, and cooked absolutely to perfection.
Ketchup - really nice.
But then when the desserts came - wow, great idea,
-cos it wasn't ice cream, it was your take on ice cream, right?
Which has to be a little bit healthier. Yeah.
What is the best thing to do on the beach?
I love rummaging through the rock pools.
I used to have a little net with Nanny, and go through rock pools
and look at these little tiny fish and then put them back.
Time for bed, speedsters.
Brakes on and into bed, guys.