You can’t get much better than a well-boiled egg with dipping soldiers for breakfast or brunch. Whether you like them soft- or hard-boiled, it’s easy to get them spot-on simply by keeping an eye on the cooking time.
Over 50 billion chickens are reared annually to provide us with meat and eggs – that’s around seven times the number of people on earth.
The Food Revolution is underway! Jamie has created 10 delicious recipes that will give you all the skills you need to learn how to cook proper, nutritious food for you and your family.
Piping is one of those baking jobs that might seem a little daunting, but it’s far easier than it looks and is a really fun way to give your bakes a little extra personality. Jamie’s range of nozzles is designed to give big and bold shapes – which makes the job much less fiddly, too. Practise Read the full article…
There were some amazing budding chefs this year – it was really lovely to see all the awesome entries come in. You all put in a huge amount of effort, which came across in your presentation and thoughtful menus.
Jamie’s brand new TV show, Jamie’s Super Food, sees him unearthing the secrets behind some of the healthiest nations on the planet.
In Jamie’s current series, Jamie’s Super Food, he visits a shiitake mushroom forest farm in South Korea. The second biggest producer of shiitake mushrooms in the world (just after China), South Korea produces an incredible 41,876 tonnes of the funghi every year.
He discovers that South Koreans eat twice as many vegetables as we do here in the UK, and that they always pay close attention to the balance and colour of their veg, aiming to truly ‘eat the rainbow’.
In Jamie’s current TV series, Jamie’s Super Food, he’s uncovering the foodie secrets of some of the healthiest nations on the planet. This week sees him in Switzerland, where the population lives to a remarkable 82.6 years on average, and the childhood obesity rate is an impressively low 6%.
Life expectancy in Switzerland is an impressive 82.6 years – the fourth highest in the world. The Swiss are also the third biggest apples eaters on the globe. This week, Jamie visits Alpine apple farmers and gets to the core of this incredibly popular fruit.