Rick Stein
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Our latest guest on Grilling is a true titan of the industry - at the vanguard of lending quality and credibility to the British food and restaurant industry. Rick Stein has become synonymous with laid-back cooking, seafood and, of course, Padstow. He opened his first restaurant in the Cornish fishing port in 1975, having initially failed as a nightclub impresario. He’s been a regular on our screens since the 80s, has broadened his restaurant horizons and written numerous best selling books. Here he tells Simon about fights on the quayside, cooking fillets full of bones in the early years, and what he played as his last song in his days as a DJ. As ever, we're giving a way a top-of-the-range Weber barbecue too. For your chance to win, head to Weber.com/grilling.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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