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-Hi, I'm Matilda.
Cooking is what I love best.
She shoots, she scores!
-'Hi, I'm Matilda.'
I'm in charge of the kitchen in this house.
No, no, Tilly!
Get out of my kitchen!
This is the story of me, my crazy summer...
I'm on the red carpet,
and I'm about to meet the star of the movie.
..and my even crazier family!
Tilly rules, OK?
Is everybody ready?
'I'm in LA for the summer, cooking at full throttle,
'writing my food blog,
'and living life in the fast lane.'
Us Ramsays are a competitive bunch.
We are always racing each other
and trying to be the first at everything.
OK, maybe not waking up in the mornings.
Today we are heading to a go-kart track
for the first-ever Ramsay Races.
So the big question is...
Start your engines, guys. See you at the finish line.
SCREAMING TYRES SCREECHING
Meg! What are you doing today?
We are making some trophies.
Well, you know who the speed queen is.
Who actually drives here?
Who can drive fast?
Might as well write my name on it, to be honest right now.
'Huh! We'll see about that, Meg!'
At the Ramsays' Wacky Waces...
At the Ramsays' Wacky Races,
I'm going to run my own pit stop services
so everyone can fill up with my delicious racing snacks.
I'm serving up ultimate food-on-the-go treat...
scrummy tortilla cups.
And I'm doing something I've never done before.
Making a home-made sausage from scratch.
Perfect for hungry racing drivers.
And the best dessert for a race - my rocky road tyres.
First up, I'm making a sausage wheel.
'Start with the sausage filling.'
This is pork. Into my mixer.
Then some oats, Parmesan cheese,
garlic, salt, pepper, paprika...
This will give it a nice sort of spicy, smoky flavour.
'Next, chop some sage.'
I love the smell of sage. It's a really nice herb.
Or as they say here, 'erb.
Add that in.
'Add some water and mix it all together.'
I've never actually made sausages before.
So I'm going to go get Mum to help.
-So, Mum, here I've got my sausage casing.
My sausage filling. So I'm going to put it in there.
Going to ask you to push it through, if I give you that,
and I'll guide sausage out.
'Mum pushes the filling through and it goes into the sausage casing.'
-Look, Mum, it's working.
I'm working too, Till, I feel like I'm having a workout here.
It's a lot easier than I thought it was going to be.
For you, maybe.
'Come on, Mum. Put your back into it.'
I'm going to curl it up into a wheel, Mum.
We'd better not "tyre", then, had we, Tilly?
'With all Mum's hard work, the sausage's coming along nicely.'
Very proud of this sausage.
I think we're done.
-I'm done in, that's for sure.
That looks amazing.
Tie it round.
-Look at that.
'Time for a selfie.
'Check out some of my recipes
'at the CBBC website.
'Now it's time to cook the sausage
'and put my new kitchen helper to work.'
Maybe I'll go check on Dad.
And with you, could you do some tidying up?
-Yes, Dad. Coming now, Dad.
Look at this mess.
The girls are outside making a trophy
for the winner of the Ramsay Races.
So much better...than you.
'Holly is the arty one in the family,
'but sometimes she needs a helping hand from her little sis.'
No, don't put it so close.
-Oh, my gosh, you've just messed up the one thing...
-I'm so sorry!
'Maybe I'll stick with the cooking.'
OK, I'm going to go before I get in any more trouble.
-I think you should.
-See you guys.
This looks pretty good.
I think I'm going to let it dry and then we'll take it from there.
The next snacks I'm making for my pit stop service are tortilla cups.
Perfect on-the-go food.
First, cut your tortilla up into triangles.
I'll get a knife.
Grease your tins. Get your triangles and you put it in like this.
You've got to make sure there is no gaps,
otherwise the filling will come out.
And then, in the bottom of each of these is going to be
some spring onions, tomato, bacon.
'Next, crack six eggs into a bowl and add salt and pepper.'
Whisk, whisk, whisk.
My, they look extravagant!
'Warning - the following scenes contain puns of an eggy nature.'
Now these are going to be eggstraordinary.
Man, I had a cracking time then.
Sorry, those are some bad yolks.
How many egg puns can you come up with?
'Add whisked egg and top with chives and Cheddar cheese.'
These are perfect for on-the-go.
At the services, each person can just grab one and eat them.
'Pop them into a hot oven.
'Just enough time to practise my racing skills.'
Look at that. I've got to get a picture of these for my blog.
'Holly, Meg and our friend Byron are heading to the go-kart track...'
Looks amazing. I'm so excited.
'..to set up my pit stop services, where I'll be handing out my food.'
The most important part.
'Can't wait to get there. One more dish to go.'
Scrummy rocky road tyres.
Shaped like wheels, they are packed with yummy fillings
to speed on the drivers. Race on!
First thing, melt your chocolate over some boiling water.
'And add butter.'
It's really hot so it's best to hold it with a towel.
This is one that's sometimes good to get your parents to help with.
This is done.
'Crumble in your favourite biscuits. I'm using ginger biscuits.'
This will give it a nice crunch.
'Then add flaked almonds, raisins, marshmallows,
'walnuts, pistachios, vanilla essence,
'and mix it all together.'
You can put absolutely anything in this. It's your choice.
'Well, almost anything.'
Next, put in clingfilm and roll into a log.
Then into the fridge.
'Leave it to set for 10 to 15 minutes.'
Good morning. Look at that.
-What is that for?
-Look at that. That's for the go-karting.
Come on, let's see if it fits.
-I like it.
-You put yours on!
I see you. Now I don't.
'My own amazing crash helmet. I have to beat the others now.'
-Psst. We have to win.
-Give me a kiss.
Give me a kiss.
See you later.
OK, I've got to get on with my rocky road.
It's perfect to cut now.
Going to cut it into tyres.
Can you see all the different bits inside? Mmm.
Perfect. These are quite messy and chocolaty,
but they do sort of look like wheels.
Got to get a picture for my blog.
These look wheelie nice.
Get it? Wheels?
'Time to hit the racetrack.'
I'm so excited. Let's go.
Mum, take a picture, please?
-On behalf of the Ramsay bunch...
-You need to win first.
-..I crown the winner.
-Welcome to our pit stop.
-This looks cool.
'We are making the Ramsay Races like a real Formula 1 Grand Prix,
'doing timed laps to work out what position people start at
'in the race.'
We are going to do a time trial, see who can get round the quickest.
And the person with the fastest time goes first.
'The time trial has a food pit stop in the middle of it.
'The idea is you drive into the pit stop, eat your food,
'then try to finish your lap the quickest.'
We can't drive and eat at the same time.
No, you are going to come in for a pit stop and eat here.
-Oh, like a picnic stop.
-They smell delicious.
'Mum's going to be our steward.
'She's in charge of starting the race with a chequered flag,
'and keeping note of all our times.'
OK, everyone go get a car.
'Holly's up first.'
On your marks,
Go on, Hol! Good job.
'As she pulls into the pit stop, Mum stops the clock.
'Then she gets to eat my roadside treats
'before finishing her time trial.'
What would you like?
How is it?
-See you in a bit.
Work hard on your time.
'She's back on the clock.
'And over the finish line.'
'Now it's everyone else's turn.'
Are you going to behave like a child or are you going to be sensible?
'While the rest of the guys are doing their time trial,
'I'm running the pit stop services.'
What would you like?
-I'll take a sausage sandwich, please.
'Byron's enjoying my sausage.'
-How's the food?
She liked it. Wooo!
Off you go!
'The guys are clocking up some great lap times.
'And Dad's got the best so far.'
'But can I beat him?'
'While I'm racing, Dad's in charge of the pit stop services.
'But he's so chef-y.'
Right. Helmet off, please.
Right. Let me do this. I love plating, you know that.
Plating is crucial.
Are you having a nice evening?
Dad, we're not in a restaurant right now.
-Now, let me tantalise your palate...
Sausage? Yes, I'll slice them nice and thinly.
Wait. Final touches. Here we go.
-Yes. Wait. I've got to get you the table.
May I offer some more water, madam?
-It was good.
-One more bite, madam?
One more bite, madam?
'This is ridiculous! Right, back to the track.'
'Stop the clock!
'The times are in, now to find out from Mum the steward
'where everyone starts on the grid for the main race.'
First position - Matilda.
Gordon, you were second. Byron, third on the grid.
Holls, fifth on the grid.
-Are we ready?
-Let's go! Good luck, Tilly! Good luck, the bunch.
On your marks,
'Dad, you big cheat!
'He's whizzed into first place.'
And we've got Gordon, followed by Tilly. Go, go, go!
'The race is so close. Anyone could win.
'Well, almost anyone.'
Come on, Holly.
A girl after my own heart. Holly.
At the back. She's so sensible.
I think maybe Holly's just letting the rabble pass.
Here she goes.
Daintily on her way.
'Dad's in first place,
'but I'm just behind him.
'Megan's in third. She's overtaken Byron.
'Holly's really trying,
'but she's fifth.
'I'm picking up speed.
'I'm going really fast.
'I'm on Dad's tail. I'm going to try and get round him.
'Out of the way, Dad!
Tilly in the lead!
Tilly's the winner.
'Yeah! Presentation time.'
The trophy for the Ramsay Race winner goes to Matilda Ramsay.
'And in classic racing style,
'my annoying dad is spraying me with drink to celebrate.'
THEY ALL CHEER
'I always get him back though.'
Thank you for coming to the Ramsay Race,
I hope you enjoyed my pit stop services.
I came first!
'I might have pipped Dad on the racetrack, haha,
'but he's a great chef. So at the end of the day,
'it's always good to get his feedback on my cooking.'
SINGSONG: I beat you. I am the champion!
'Well done. OK, can I just say,'
I've done drive-throughs before but I've never done a drive-through
'that exotic, because the food was delicious.
'The sausages, why did you curl them up like that?
'Cos it then looked like a wheel.'
Oh, I see. Like a driving wheel?
Everything was driving-themed today.
Also my little tortilla bowls.
They were kind of in a wheel shape.
For me, when I bit into it,
-it was almost like a Spanish version of a quiche.
-But in a tortilla.
So that was delicious.
Dessert - really nice. Loved it.
-'That was fun.
-It was so good.
'I've got something else to show you though.'
I spent all night making it. Come and have a look.
You know I love driving with you, right?
So I'd like to introduce you to
our very first go-kart
that seats three of us!
One for you and I, one for your boyfri... Tilly!
They're joined up, Tilly. You can still drive it, but I'll control it.
-MUM AND DAD:
After all that racing, I'm feeling really "tyred".
Get it? Tyred.
Oh, that joke was wheelie awful.
Yeah, it's the pits.
Tilly and all the Ramsays are a very competitive bunch. They hold the first ever Ramsay Wacky Races and head to the go-kart track to see who the fastest driver is. Tilly is in charge of the racetrack's pit-stop snacks, serving up some delicious food on the go - scrummy tortilla cups and, with a little elbow grease from mum, she's making her first ever homemade sausage wheel. For dessert it's delicious rocky road 'tyres'. With all the food all prepped, it's time to start the engines, hit the racetrack and find out who is going to be crowned the wackiest Ramsay racer of all!