The 36-year-old Cheshire gourmet master is in the running for a PS150,000 investment in a food enterprise. He was hand-picked by food guru Gordon Ramsay to be part of the UK’s most prestigious culinary organization.

The programme is a mix of The Apprentice and SAS: Who Dares Wins, and the results will be revealed on the BBC this June.

In the past, Jamie Savage owned a seafood restaurant in Macclesfield, which sold mussel burgers. But he quickly expanded the menu to include popcorn mussels, mussel burgers, and mussel stout.

Who is Jamie Savage?

Now, Jamie has his own permanent market stall selling the seafood and other dishes. The competition is set to end on August 31, with a winner crowned at the grand finale.

The show will reveal who will emerge triumphant.

The winner will be crowned ‘Cherish the Winner’. The ‘Future Food Stars’ contestants must be the best in the UK, as they will compete for the title of Best Chef. But who will win the award? Will it be Gordon Ramsay or the audience? Both are extremely popular shows, but which one will win?

The programme is set to debut on BBC One on March 31 and features a slew of celebrity chefs. In the first episode, viewers commented on how much the two looked like Jay from The Inbetweeners? Others compared them to the Gallagher brothers of Oasis.

Then, they moved on to the final round. However, who will be crowned the winner?

What is Gordon Ramsay’s future food star show about?

In `Gordon Ramsay’s Future Food Stars‘, 12 food entrepreneurs fight for a life-changing investment of £150,000 of Gordon’s own money for their food business.

Gordon puts the contenders through a series of challenges that test their personality and business acumen. Some of the entrepreneurs’ creations include small-batch Indian sauces, apple cider vinegar seltzers, bottled cocktails, artisan smoked salmon, and more.


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