Ready Steady Feast

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SUMMARY:

Ready Steady Feast is a parody of the TV cooking show ‘Ready Steady Cook’. In the historical parody we meet historical characters who cook up their grub.

SKETCHES:

Horrible Histories Series 1 Episode 1-Ready Steady Feast-First World War1Ready Steady Feast: German WWI Soldier

(Series 1 Episode 1)


 

Horrible Histories Series 1 Episode 4-10-Vile Victorians-Ready Steady Feast-Dr William Buckland3Ready Steady Feast: Dr William Buckland

Famed eater of weird things. (Series 1 Episode 4)


 

Horrible Histories Series 1 Episode 8-14-Savage Stone Age-Ready Steady Feast-Nug1Ready Steady Feast: Nug, Caveman

Sampling the best in cave foods (Series 1 Episode 8)


 

Horrible Histories sketches-Ready Steady FeastReady Steady Feast: Thomas Farriner & Samuel Pepys

In a special Farriner hosts the show explaining how to cook London! Special guest Samuel Pepys then arrives. (Series 1 Episode 9)


 

Horrible Histories sketches-Ready Steady FeastReady Steady Feast: Bertha the Peasant & Earl Richard Scarsbrook, Tudors

Comparing the diets of rich and poor (Series 1 Episode 10)


 

Horrible Histories sketches-Ready Steady FeastReady Steady Feast: Phillipe & Jean-Claude

Live from the Siege of Orleans. (Series 1 Episode 11)


 

Ready Steady Feast logoReady Steady Feast: King George III

On the run from a cure, King George III pauses to plant a beef loin (Series 2 Episode 6)


 

Ready Steady Feast logoReady Steady Feast: Captain Ned Low

Captain Ned Low displays a decided taste for cruelty (Series 2 Episode 7)


 

Horrible Historeis Series 2 Episode 11-Ready Steady Feast 1Ready Steady Feast: Ancient Egyptian Classes

Comparing the diets of a peasant and pyramid builder (Series 2 Episode 11)


 

LIST:

A list of all the sketches from the show, chronologically. Click on the link to watch the video.

1. German wartime food substitutes —Series 1 Episode 1—Frightful First World War sketch

2. Dr William Buckland, famed eater of weird things—Series 1 Episode 4—Vile Victorians sketch

3. Sampling the best in cave foods—Series 1 Episode 8—Savage Stone Ages sketch

4. How to start the Great Fire of London—Series 1 Episode 9—Slimy Stuarts sketch

5. Comparing the diets of rich and poor—Series 1 Episode 10—Terrible Tudors sketch

6. Live from the Siege of Orléans—Series 1 Episode 11—Measly Middle Ages sketch

7. On the run from a cure, King George III pauses to plant a beef loin—Series 2 Episode 6—Gorgeous Georgians sketch

8. Captain Ned Low displays a decided taste for cruelty—Series 2 Episode 7—Putrid Pirates sketch

9. Comparing the diets of a peasant and pyramid builder—Series 2 Episode 11—Awful Egyptians sketch

 

FOOD SKETCHES

In Series 3 a new sketch began called ‘Historical Masterchef‘ parody of Masterchef, which looked at food and cooking from historical eras. This aired until Series 6 when ‘The Great Historical Bake Off‘ took over. These changes are probably to keep the sketches up to date as well as a change of cast in Series 6.

STATISTICS:

-Series 1: 6 sketches

–Series 2: 3 sketches

 

Frightful First World War- 1 sketch

Vile Victorians- 1 sketch

Savage Stone Age- 1 sketch

Slimy Stuarts- 1 sketch

Terrible Tudors- 1 sketch

Measly Middle Ages- 1 sketch

Gorgeous Georgians- 1 sketch

Putrid Pirates- 1 sketch

Awful Egyptians- 1 sketch

 

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One thought on “Ready Steady Feast

  1. The Horrible Histories Team are Brilliant the only issue is that the program is far to good for children. Find myself remembering historical fact because of your brilliant programming

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