字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 I look beautiful. After nearly six months teaching prisons to cook in Brixton prison, I'm still trying to persuade a major retailer to stock a lemon treacle slice. If a big order comes in, my remaining workforce need to deliver. But I've just found out I'm about to lose yet another valuable member of my team. Heroin addict pull wires was sentenced to eight months for stealing 50 quid's worth of state from Sainsbury's to pay for his drug habit. But after being imprisoned for four months, he's just been approved for release. You don't start taking drugs, thinking young, gonna be a junkie. You can control it if anyone can bring me. You done. You're right. I've witnessed my younger brother try and fail to go clean countless times. So I've spoken to my restaurant manager at the Savoy Grill and decided to give Paul a chance. I can't give you a job just like that within 48 hours. That's just not gonna happen. But what I am gonna do next week is arranged for a trial to spend a day in the kitchen. And if you do keep your head down, stay focused and you prove to me to my Jeff, and it goes very well. Does the job by the end of it, I don't want you in because that's where the temptation styles. I've been close to 15 years, and I can tell you every rehab, every secondary house, every halfway house, every program, every pickup for meth within 25 mile radius alone. Let me tell you, you on any person would screw this up. And if you do, I mean, pull me that charge. Bye. When Paul left school, he studied at college to become a chef. But he didn't finish the course. This is his big chance. Sure. I'm just taking it. Wait. I'm just gonna keep keep me motivators. What we've built. If Paul sticks to his word, I'll be working with him on the outside. I'm hoping that bad boys bakeries loss will be the Savoy Grills gain At last. There's been a promising development for the treacle slice. Hi. Sorry. Good mornings. Gordon Ramsay. How you while my team will be working on the recipe to make it less sweet, I wrangle a phone call with Sarah Carter, the marketing director of National coffee chain Caffeine. Aargh. We're looking to take to the next level because this place has to stay upon. It can't stay open unless it can sustain a business. That's the bottom line. Wait, consistencies key. I appreciate that. That's great news. There was a brilliant lead. I'll get that appointment sorted on, getting to see Paul on, take him a couple of samples. Bingo. I mean, that is bloody good news. She's got me meeting with the head of development, Paul, So it's fucking great news. Ettinger has the power to decide which new products go into the company's 500 outlets. That's music to my ears, but I mean now the pressure's on because that is a big door has been opened. So now we have to perfect that slice. Now It has to be. You know, there's no thing cross that crust. It has to be absolutely consistent.