Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall wants to introduce a brilliant way of cooking that gives people maximum taste and creativity, with minimum fuss. It all boils down to a blissfully simple formula: when it comes to great cooking, three is the magic number. Mozzarella, tomato and avocado; rhubarb, crumble and custard - the reason they're brilliant is that they are nothing more than three good things. And to prove it, each episode Hugh goes up against two exciting chefs - each creating a perfect plate of food using three main ingredients. But this is more than just a celebration of cooking - the chefs want to win. There can only be one winning recipe, chosen by an expert judge.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Hugh's 3 Good Things - As Time Goes By (Bryan Ferry album) - Netflix
As Time Goes By is the tenth solo album by the British singer Bryan Ferry. Released in 1999, it consists of popular songs and jazz standards. The album peaked at number 16 in United Kingdom, being certified Gold by the British Phonographic Industry for sales in excess of 100,000 copies. It was co-produced by Ferry with Rhett Davies, who had worked with Ferry since his days with Roxy Music.
Hugh's 3 Good Things - Critical reception - Netflix
Reviewing for AllMusic critic, Stephen Thomas Erlewine wrote of the album “On the surface, it may seem like a departure for Ferry, but in the end, it's entirely of a piece with his body of work. True, it may not be a major album in the scheme of things, but it's easy to be seduced by its casual elegance.” And reviewing for The A.V. Club, critic Keith Phipps wrote of the album “the results are both predictable and thrilling, musically tasteful but as emotionally raw as good manners will allow.”
Hugh's 3 Good Things - References - Netflix