Eric Ripert's new food show On The Table has seen the French chef sit down at the kitchen table with some of the world's biggest celebrities.
So far he's done Anthony Bourdain, Keith Richards and the latest celebrity to join him on the show is Drew Barrymore.
The chef's relaxed presentation style and his friendly approach make him the perfect presenter as he disarms well known guests in raid time.
This time round the chef turned his charm to Barrymore who has recently taken he own journey into the wine making business. From here they discuss the actresses skills in the kitchen before going on to test the theory of how wine tastes different depending on the glass it's drank from.
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