Chef Name Chef Andrew Chef Andrew
Signature Ingredient Yoghurt
Ready, Steady, Chuck! Achievements
Ready, Steady, Chuck! Challenge Appearances 1999, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 Special, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015.
Profile Mild-mannered superhero Chef Andrew is a man of many talents. His unique approach, combining modern art and modern cheffery, has brought us great dishes like Bangor Boy On The Way To School and Rockstar, as well as more abstract works like Blue Madeira Toast with Ilchester Gratin. He's also very enthusiastic about re-enchefment and is keen to bring historic utensils, such as the Viking hand axe back into general use. A man of many interests, in his spare time he likes to dress up in strange clothes and hit people with rubber sticks in car parks.
Favourite Ready, Steady, Chuck! Recipe My creation Marmalized Pork. I put a huge amount of creativity and innovation into that and I was robbed by my disqualification. That was my best recipe ever and I feel very bad about the way I have been treated. I'm not complaining, but it's just not fair.
Favourite Ready, Steady, Chuck! Ingredient Cream, especially combined with jalapeno peppers. I like something hot and spicy but I like saucy things too. Unfortunately you don't seem to find jalapeno cream on supermarket shelves that often.
Most Memorable Ready, Steady, Chuck! Moment Putting forward a recipe that I knew immediately was a winner. I enjoyed breaking new ground with Rockstar. I felt it was innovative and broke new ground, yet was completely within the spirit of Ready, Steady, Chuck!, even though the other chefs disagreed. That was my best recipe ever and I feel very bad about the way I have been treated. I'm not complaining, but it's just not fair.
Favourite Celebrity Chef Ainsley. Though I think I might have offended him when he tried to stop me to discuss recipes during a function at the final game at Highbury. I ignored him and spoke to Ian Wright instead. Sorry, Ainsley. Est. Winning Odds

5:1

Most important thing to have in the kitchen Baked beans. I adore baked beans. I maintain a minimum of eight tins, one for each day of the week and one for contingency. I love them! And, of course, a Viking hand axe and gaffer tape.
If you had an industrial quantity of Miracle Whip, what would you do with it? Freeze it and turn it into an ice-skating rink. Miracle Whip is an extremely slippery substance and the additional speed gained by skaters means that the rules of ice hockey could then be changed to make games much shorter.