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#11 Sat 27 Jan 07 11:03pm

Angels

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Occupation Student Teacher
From UK
Member since Mon 28 Jun 04

Re: Jamie's Chef

lol!! on the website they said he will have a go at driving the resonably priced car around the track to try and beat Gordon Ramsey, I hope he does!!! hehe
Roll on tomorrow night thumbsup

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#12 Sun 28 Jan 07 7:53pm

ady+deb

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Occupation ady=warehouseman, deb=powerhouse/godess
From nr Heathrow , London
Member since Thu 12 Oct 06

Re: Jamie's Chef

Got about an hour to go, can't wait !
   thumbsup
   Ady.

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#13 Sun 28 Jan 07 8:41pm

kimber

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From Alberta
Member since Sat 24 Jun 06

Re: Jamie's Chef

I'm very jealous!  You guys get new shows and I'm happy that I've found re-runs of Oliver's Twist! lol Enjoy and make sure to tell us all about it.

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#14 Mon 29 Jan 07 8:55pm

ady+deb

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Occupation ady=warehouseman, deb=powerhouse/godess
From nr Heathrow , London
Member since Thu 12 Oct 06

Re: Jamie's Chef

Hi Kimber,
      Have a look on Alex G's new thread JO on Top Gear. We have been chatting about it on there.
      Keep smiling,
         Ady.

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#15 Tue 30 Jan 07 10:37pm

ady+deb

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Occupation ady=warehouseman, deb=powerhouse/godess
From nr Heathrow , London
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Re: Jamie's Chef

Don't forget tomorrow 9pm Channel 4 !.
     big_smile

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#16 Thu 08 Feb 07 2:13am

GeoffP

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Occupation Retired Clergy & Computer Consultant
From Bradford, West Yorks
Member since Mon 03 Jul 06

Re: Jamie's Chef

Soooo

Now we know who won.

It will be interesting to see how the development goes during the next phase.

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#17 Thu 08 Feb 07 9:43pm

ady+deb

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Occupation ady=warehouseman, deb=powerhouse/godess
From nr Heathrow , London
Member since Thu 12 Oct 06

Re: Jamie's Chef

Yeah I really enjoyed the show even though I knew who would win.
   I think ...... was the best bet of the 3. Good to see they wanted to keep it a family pub with a good resaurant. At least they will not be alienating the locals straight away !.
   Shame it is only a 4 part series.
   Keep smiling,
       Ady.

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#18 Sat 10 Feb 07 10:22am

Mrs Gibba

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Member since Thu 14 Apr 05

Re: Jamie's Chef

I think it is good that he's had 6 months or so to get settled in before this series aired, cos I expect that the Cock is aobut to get VERY busy!

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#19 Sat 10 Feb 07 9:53pm

ady+deb

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Occupation ady=warehouseman, deb=powerhouse/godess
From nr Heathrow , London
Member since Thu 12 Oct 06

Re: Jamie's Chef

You are not wrong Mrs G !
       Apart from the trade they have built up already, this tv exposure will send the takings through the roof for a while.
       Keep smiling,
           Ady.

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#20 Thu 15 Feb 07 10:09pm

ady+deb

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Occupation ady=warehouseman, deb=powerhouse/godess
From nr Heathrow , London
Member since Thu 12 Oct 06

Re: Jamie's Chef

Well, watched 3rd of 4 last night.
    Is it just me or did it seem a bit badly managed by the 15 foundation at the start?. The chef was told to move out of their home and move into the Cock. When they got there they were told they could not move in, and were put in a bed and breakfast for 2 weeks, with no work being done to the pub. Surely company/charity law should have been sorted out earlier. Oh well, perhaps I am just empathising with the chef too much
    Keep smiling,
        Ady.

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