Morning chef Phil Vickery forced to scold neighbor during live segment


This morning’s guest chef, Phil Vickery, had hosts Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes in stitches today as he recounted his noisy neighbor.

Phil was filming a live cooking segment from his garden, where he had set up a table and an outdoor cooking station.

You could see the neighbor in the house next door peering out of his porch window, most likely wondering what was going on next door.

But while Phil stirred his fish dish, he was interrupted by another neighbor several times his car horn.

Phil pretended to yell at his neighbor to tell him to shut up

“It’s Michael,” said Phil.

“Stop it Michael!” He added, waving his arm in the distance.

“My neighbors are a nightmare,” he added.

Phil then continued to add the fish to his barbecue, remaining professional despite the interruption.

Phil cooked a delicious fish curry in his garden

He created a delicious mackerel dish with curry beets and fresh Cornwall fish.

Ruth and Eamonn had talked to a worried fisherman earlier in the show, so Phil was happy to support the business under such difficult circumstances.

Eamonn commented, “Thank you very much and it seems relatively simple to cook unless I am correct.

“You and I could do it,” he added, looking at his wife Ruth.

“Go there Eamonn when you get home!” Replied Phil.

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Earlier in the show, the hosts spoke to three brave caregivers who camped outside their care home during the coronavirus crisis.

Claire, Holly and Joel appeared via video link from their campsite on the Isle of Wight, where nine of the team members left their families to move into the care home so they could take care of the residents without potentially infecting them.

Holly and Joel explained that when boss Claire asked them if they would be happy to camp, they said yes right away because they care so much about the residents.

* This morning is broadcast on weekdays on ITV at 10 a.m.


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