Food Revolution Day highlights important issues, but the fight for food education must go further – this is where Jamie’s Ministry of Food centres come in.
I urgently need your help – please sign my petition for compulsory practical food education in schools worldwide, and share it on your social networks.
Getting kids eating greens can be a challenge, but by getting them involved in the preparation you can actually get them excited about it.
Recently the lovely gang at TED asked Jamie to do a Q&A with them on the future of food and where he sees it going.
From London to Mississippi, here’s a selection of some of the initiatives taking place around the world to help make food education a priority in education.
Jonny is blown away by the classic Italian food at Fifteen Cornwall – and you could win a meal and stay there!
Everyone is ditching the dinner table to take their meals al fresco, this summer, but what about getting your hands into outdoor cooking as well?
A healthy attitude to food is more likely to develop in children if you’re willing to invest time in teaching them when they’re young and impressionable.
It can be hard to put the right kind of food on the table, let alone make kids eat it, but these tips will help improve your children’s health in a flash.