- Series Producer
- Liza Hazlehurst
- Phil Howard
- Executive Producer
- Nicola Moody
Duration: 29 minutes
Great British Menu continues as 24 of the nation's finest chefs battle it out to cook gastronomic masterpieces that are also witty and fun. Their dishes have to put a smile on faces as Great British Menu celebrates 25 years of Comic Relief's Red Nose Day appeals.
Through the power of entertainment the charity has raised more than 800 million pounds, changing the lives of people in both Africa and the UK. So this year Britain's top chefs have been challenged to marry serious cooking with humour to celebrate the charity's achievements. The prize: to cook a dish at a special banquet at The Royal Albert Hall.
This time it is the turn of three chefs from the North West. Returning contender Aiden Byrne is determined to go all the way. This is his fourth time in the competition and he has never yet made it to finals week. But he is up against two fiercely competitive newcomers - Mary-Ellen McTague and Chris Holland both of whom are determined to make their mark.
It is the chef's last chance to impress before the final two chefs are chosen to face the Great British Menu judging panel. Which dessert will help get two chefs through to the Friday show? Will it be Aiden Byrne's pineapple dish called The Sweet Burger, Mary-Ellen McTague's take on a trifle called Chamomile Lawn or Chris Holland's dish called Going Bananas?