Jamie and Jimmy recreate an unusual Thai curry for comedian Russell Howard, Jimmy builds a kebab house, and the boys fight to stop young people drinking energy drinks
Jamie and Jimmy take Stephen Mangan down memory lane, recreating one of the best dishes he's ever had. And Jimmy creates the perfect build to cook roast dinner on the move.
Davina McCall joins the boys for some slow-cooked rabbit casserole. There's also spicy lamb, a beach BBQ, and a campaign to give teenagers a first taste of cooking.
Jamie and Jimmy bring back memories for Sir Patrick Stewart. Jamie makes a burger, Jimmy creates a rotating garden, and they discover how to reuse grain from brewing beer.
The menu goes vegan to recreate one of actress Jessica Chastain's favourite meals. Jimmy pimps up his popcorn. And the boys look into fortifying plant-based milks.
Stephen Fry joins the chefs at their end-of-the-pier cafe. Recipes include apple pie the Essex way, sustainable seafood risotto, and veggie chilli.
Jamie and Jimmy are joined by Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill. On the menu is katsu curry and cod wrapped in Iberico ham. And Jimmy builds a chocolate fountain.
Joined by comedian Romesh Ranganathan, Jamie and Jimmy present their first ever vegan menu, proving that vegan can be delicious
Jamie and Jimmy welcome Harry Hill to the caff, as they whisk him off down memory lane with an Indian thali. There's also steak, and bangers on a schwenker.
The boys cook a speciality Italian dish for Hollywood star Danny DeVito. There's Korean-inspired roast chicken, a smoking tandoor, and a look at healthy school meals.
Actor and Hollywood star Martin Freeman comes to the pier to cook up some eggs royale. There's also posh fish and chips and healthy food for the night shift.
The new series kicks off with Doctor Who's Jodie Whittaker, a perfect pork roast, Thai beef massaman curry, brown crabs, a DIY barbecue and Harlequins ladies rugby squad