Saturday Kitchen: my morning ritual, review
Saturday kitchen
Published on April 23, 2016
published on April 23, 2016

ThePeopleAlchemist Edit:  in the house – Saturday kitchen



Aaah le weekend is finally here and with it comes my Saturday morning ritual: settling down with a cup of coffee et une tartine to watch Saturday Kitchen with James Martin and guests. Or at least that what I used to enjoy before James left (sigh sigh).

The mood of the programme was upbeat. The guests usually very good/interesting and the recipes looked really yummy. Most importantly the programme was hosted by a handsome chef (James Martin for the uninitiated) who loves to cook with butter and cream. What there was not to love?

Ok, the egg challenge and jokes were a bit naff (sorry James) but it is Saturday morning and everything contributed to putting you in a very good mood for the rest of the weekend.

Now it is week 4 post-James and I can’t quite get into the swing of. I did like Michel Roux Jr as the 1st-week host. Again I was gutted when he left Masterchef The Professionals, BBC please do learn from your mistakes. But I didn’t enjoy the second and third week at all.

For me, James Martin was the glue that held the program together and made the tone, like a musical maestro conducting an orchestra of very talented musicians to produce the best ever result.

To date, I haven’t seen anything coming close to that 🙁


Laura Mariani

Laura Mariani

Best Selling Author, Speaker, Change & Transformation Expert


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