Jim, Alistair and Jazzer go on the road for a trip that will take Jim to some dark places, but could bring him peace of mind. Those three crazy guys head across the foaming torrents of the mighty Am, leaving behind a village in torment.
Will The Bull survive the changes Angus Shrimpton has proposed - and will it even still be called The Bull?
Over in another of Ambridge’s many hospitality units, Ian sets his spy to work to find out just what Hugh is getting up to in the Grey Gables kitchen.
Kirsty - having cooked up all kinds of trouble after her attempt to get Gavin to scale down his wedding plans -struggles, while elsewhere, things boil over, leading to an emotional confession.
Thanks to Maggiesaes of ‘The Archers in Mustardland’
Bring a torch like a grown-up.
They turned up the stereo and locked the door before they left…
Apart from things like going eating there, getting a copy of the menu, talking to friends (… mmmm, yeah, fair point) he could just arrange a KiT (keeping in touch) day with work during his paternity leave.
I hoped from the start that the new chef would arrive & out-perform him. They’re obliged to let him return but they could require him to up his game now they’ve seen it done.
Was there any indication that Hugh’s food is better than Chuckles’s? Soufflés aside.
It did sound a bit, well, ‘safe’.
In a place in the middle of nowhere like that, safe is probably what people want.
Sounded safer than tilapia, at any rate!
Pah, what do the bucolic pun’ers know? It’s all about the chef’s culinary vision…
To be fair I know a couple of places in the middle of nowhere which are quite flash (and one of them even quite good).
Sadly no. Another SW opportunity lost.
Still, it’s a way of giving him a jolt in due course.