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Hi, I'm Matilda!
ALL: I'm Matilda, Matilda!
I'M Matilda! Cooking is what I love best.
She cooks, she scores.
-Hi, I'm Matilda.
Goodbye, Jack. I am 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 am on the red carpet and I am about to meet the star of the movie.
..and my even crazier family.
Tilly rules, OK?
I'm in Los Angeles on holiday, cooking like crazy,
writing my food blog and dancing to a brilliant summer beat.
We're music crazy in our house.
Pop music is the soundtrack to our lives.
But we have all got totally different tastes!
My older sister Megan is off to a Britney Spears concert
-for her birthday treat tonight.
-I'm so excited, I really can't wait.
She's obsessed with her. She thinks she's the best singer ever.
Today, we're going music mad and having
a competition to see who can make the best pop video.
# If you like it, then you should have put a ring on it... #
So, the big question is...
# All around the world pretty girls... #
Go on, then, turn it up.
# Pour the drinks, bring the noise... #
Megan and Holly are choosing which songs to dance to
in their music videos.
Girls, can you turn that down, please?
But Mum's not happy about it being so loud!
-Could you please turn the music down?
I can't even hear myself think. I'm not having that noise.
MUSIC BLARES What's going on?
Uh-oh! Perhaps this isn't a good time
to try out my new look and dance moves.
Is that not loud for you?
Could you please turn the music down?
Before that, I'm cooking a chart-topping lunch.
I'm making popcorn shrimp and chicken... Pop, pop music, get it?
..a scrummy kale and artichoke dip with carrot musical instruments
for dipping and birthday cake pops shaped like xylophone mallets.
The whole house is going pop-tastic today.
I'm even thinking of becoming a singing chef.
# La, la, la... #
Oh, maybe not.
From pop music to my popcorn shrimp and chicken. First, the popcorn.
Add oil to a pan,
pour in the popcorn and make sure you put the lid on.
In a minute, you'll hear it start to pop.
Oh, I just heard one.
-What ARE you doing?
-Making popcorn shrimp and chicken.
Because today, Mum, it's all about pop music and singing.
We could have a sing-along as we cook.
I know what's coming.
# Mamma Mia... #
BLENDER DROWNS OUT SINGING Quick, blitz!
That stopped her. OK, my popcorn...
# My, my...
-# How can I resist you?
# Mamma Mia
-# Does it show again? #
-I'll leave you to it then.
Next, mix the popcorn with some breadcrumbs,
crack three eggs into a bowl,
dip the shrimp and in egg, then into the popcorn breadcrumb mix.
Now I am going to get some chicken, into the egg,
into the coating and onto my tray.
I need to go wash them.
You always wash your hands after touching raw meat.
Pop in a hot oven for about 15 minutes.
Holly, Meg and mate Byrom are going all out for their music videos.
They're hitting a dance studio to hook up
with LA's most amazing choreographer - Abigail Oliver.
So, we are doing a competition with our younger sister
about who can create the best music video.
We are going to just do some great dancing today, OK? You ready?
First things first, warm-up time.
-Now to start learning some cool LA shapes.
-Step, tap, step, tap.
That's it. Body roll. Body roll. Change sides. Six, seven.
Got some moves. Hit it!
Better find out how the competition is getting on.
Show me your dancing.
-If their video ends up as much fun as they are having...
..I will definitely have some competition on my hands.
That looks amazing.
One cup for chicken.
Hmm. This piece doesn't fit in.
I think I'm going to have to try it. Mm.
My shrimp cup.
Perfect. Blog time.
It's fantastic with kale and artichoke dip which I will
show you how to make in a sec.
These are great for parties.
I think I can hear mum singing in the shower.
Ooh... She must be singing more of her songs.
Mum, please stop!
I think I might have gone a bit over the top with this next dish,
but making musical instruments out of carrots, how cool will that be?
And eating them afterwards with my delicious dip, even better!
First, the dip. Chop and saute some kale.
Saute means to fry it.
Add shallots and garlic.
Then season with salt and pepper.
And that is done.
Add Greek yoghurt to a bowl, artichokes,
wholegrain mustard and lemon zest.
And then, I'm going to add my kale.
Got to get a snap of this.
That is notably good.
Get it? Note, music.
Dip done, now for my musical carrots to go with it.
-I am roping in Mum to help.
-Really fiddly, isn't it?
With a screwdriver and a knife, we are hollowing out the carrots,
adding finger holes and putting in musical mouthpieces
to make Ramsey recorders.
-That one definitely works.
I'm certain, that was right in my ear.
When you get your grown-up to help with this,
make sure they're careful.
SHE BLOWS THROUGH CARROT
I'm not getting any noise.
-Shall we do a selfie?
-Mum, I'll send one of these to Jack.
He can see all the fun he's missing.
-Mum, you're so annoying.
-The gang are back and they are getting Mum in on the pop act.
I seem to have lost the ability to say no.
I'm co-starring and Holly is on camera.
Mum isn't as excited about being in the music video as I am.
But it doesn't take her long to get into the swing of things,
even if she isn't a natural pop star.
-Holly, did we get that?
-I think so.
Mum's video done, now to make my final dish. Cake pops.
My cake pops are super number-one delicious and healthy too. Sort of.
What's interesting about these cakes
is that they are made out of potatoes, sweet potatoes.
I roasted these in a hot oven for 45 minutes
and then cooled them down and now I'm peeling them.
Add some oats.
Ground almonds, cinnamon...
The cinnamon will give it a really nice flavour.
..a pinch of flaxseed, a pinch of sesame seed, coconut,
walnut, chopped dates...
Oh, so it didn't come out in the bowl. They came out on my head.
Add vanilla. Now, the messy part. Thoroughly mix everything together.
I know it's quite unusual using sweet potato,
but it does taste really delicious. Shape the mixture into balls...
They should be about this big
..and push in lollipop sticks. Perfect.
They really do look like xylophone sticks.
Pop in the fridge to firm up.
Now, melt some chocolate over hot water or in a microwave...
I'll get my cake pops. ..and coat your cake pops.
And onto the tray. Into the fridge these go.
As the cake pops set, it's time to record my super awesome dance video.
-Meg's on camera.
I need to give it my all if I'm going to beat the others.
I'm pulling out all my best dance moves. Meg, how was that?
I have no words to describe that, to be honest.
I think that's a good thing?!
Here, I've got my chocolate ones and these ones are left
without chocolate for Holly because Holly doesn't really like chocolate.
I'm going to get a picture for my blog.
Dancing is great exercise so after our musical work out,
everyone is really hungry.
We have musical carrots.
It's my pop meal before Megan pops off to see Britney in Las Vegas.
They're gorgeous, Tilly.
-That dip is amazing, Tilly.
-What's in the third one?
-That is so good, Tilly.
I was a little bit sceptical about popcorn on them,
but that's actually really nice and so light.
Hols, what did you like best?
I think I preferred the shrimp. It's really yummy.
'Yay! Always great to get compliments.'
Are you ready to get thrashed by our music videos?
Meg, you're speaking to the music video queen.
Let's go, I will bring the dessert.
'Cake pops for pop videos.'
TILLY: Holly, no chocolate one for you.
- Thank you. - And one for me.
-'I hope mum likes my video as much she likes my food.'
-Is everyone ready?
-Oh, here we go.
'First up, Meg-ny Spears. Get it?
'She's roped in Byrom to co-star in one of Britney's classic tunes.
-There's something I want you to have.
-Oh, it's beautiful.
-But, wait a minute, isn't this...
-Yeah, yes, it is.
-But I thought the old lady dropped it into the ocean.
-'It's pretty soppy.'
-Very romantic, that bit, Meg.
She's got some brilliant Britney steps though.
MUSIC: Oops!... I Did It Again by Britney Spears
Look at those moves!
'Next, it's Holly-Belieber and her dance crew.'
'She's got some moves.'
-Yeah, you go girl.
-Holly's getting into it.
MUSIC: Sorry by Justin Bieber
-All right, that was very good.
'Now it's California Gurls, mum with her amazing co-star, me.'
Oh, no, Tilly, it's not, is it?
MUSIC: California Gurls by Katy Perry
HOLLY: She's got that mum wiggle.
'Mum is so out of time.'
Oh, Tilly. I was trying to learn from you.
Oh, no. It's embarrassing.
'Quick, show the next one!'
'Byrom ALMOST looks like a real pop star.'
# Jealous... #
Yes, Byrom, you slay!
Now, last one. 'Saving the best for last.'
Move over Beyonce, Til-yonce is in the house.
MUSIC: Single Ladies by Beyonce
-Oh, here she goes.
-'Check me out.'
Oh, nice little wiggle there, Tilly.
'I thought we all made some pop-tastic videos.'
Good job, everyone.
Whose did you think was best?
As Megan heads off to see her pop idol in Las Vegas, Dad is back
so I am switching from dancing with pop divas
to talking food with the chef diva.
Just joking, Dad.
Dad, today was music themed because for Megan's 18th birthday,
she is going to Britney Spears.
-So, I made an artichoke and kale dip and these carrots,
Mum and I later turned into musical instruments.
-No, go on.
-Like a recorder.
My next dish was popcorn shrimp and popcorn chicken...
-Hold on a minute. Real popcorn?
-They look great.
-And then my next one was my pop popsicles.
The outside is chocolate but the inside is sweet potato...
-And what did the potato taste like?
-It tasted good.
-And it was really healthy.
-Wow, look at them, they look great.
-And then, Dad, we have our music video competitions.
I did Single Ladies. # All the single ladies... #
So, music does bring people together and it gets everybody excited
especially around mealtime.
Touchdown in Las Vegas and it's the big concert build-up.
I'm so excited, I really can't wait. Look, it's Britney.
Getting to see your music idol in concert
is a brilliant 18th birthday present. I hope Meg is loving it.
-ALL: Goodnight, everyone. GORDON:
-I tell you what,
I'll get everyone to sleep with a goodnight lullaby...
# Hello from the other side... #
TILLY: Pass me the earplugs!
The Ramsay bunch are dancing to a brilliant summer beat and the gang go totally poptastic! The Ramsay bunch are music mad but sadly not so great at holding a tune so they decide to hold a lip sync music video challenge. While sisters Megan and Holly head off to the dance studio to learn some cool Californian moves from a top LA choreographer, Tilly and mum get musical at home. With music on the brain Tilly gets to work in the kitchen composing a pop-inspired lunch - tasty and tuneful musical carrots with a delicious kale and artichoke dip, with yummy 'pop' corn shrimp and chicken.