In this new series, the Hairy Bikers become the Hairy Dieters as they accept that years of over indulgence have taken their toll. But the boys are determined to still love their food and lose weight, which means confronting some truths about themselves and what they normally eat. Si and Dave are honest blokes, they accept, like the majority of the population, that they are overweight. But facing the stark reality of how much fat their bodies actually contain is tough. Coming to terms with the truth reawakens childhood memories and not a little emotional turmoil. With the support of their families and advice from weight-loss clinicians, Si and Dave take on the challenge to lose the lard. And they do it with their characteristic zest for life and food. The boys begin a new culinary adventure to reinvent the classic dishes they adore, making them big on flavour but low in calories. And recognising the power of group motivation, Si and Dave join forces with a band of similarly rotund foodies who help road test the boys' recipes whilst shedding the pounds themselves. With great tasting food and clever cooking as their priority, the Bikers allow the viewer intimate access to their own homes, turning their kitchens into food labs, bathrooms into confessionals and families into food critics. Serving up kitchen magic, personal revelation and a host of dishes that are delicious and still good for you, the Hairy Bikers begin to eat themselves slim in a bid to lose an amazing two-and-half stones in just over three months. This programme is full of wonderful tips on how to still lose weight whilst enjoying the taste of good food.
What we all want; lose weight but still eat good food. And here's your answer!Published 12 days ago by Michelle Svensson
Good common sense cooking with pictures that actually look like what you end up with! Have yet to make one of their recipes and be disappointed with taste!Published 1 month ago by Minty Mouse
it ok some people may find it usefull to me recipies to fiddlyPublished 3 months ago by Valerie Dunnighan
Good and varied recipes and the bikers comments & advice written in an easy to read way - lost 2 stone so far!Published 5 months ago by Julian T Vickers