Starting next week, for the next 32 days we’re going to be focusing on the cuisines, cultures and colours of every single nation in the World Cup.
This Tuesday a US government subcommittee voted to go back on its promise of improving school meal standards throughout the country.
We broke two world records, saw over 9,000 events in 121 countries and potentially reached over 300 million people via social media alone – that’s about one in every 20 people on earth.
Fifteen Cornwall has teamed up with Somersault Festival to offer a chance to win two tickets to the Devon festival, as well as the Long Table Feast.
16.00pm I think we’ve peaked here with the visit of Boris. It’s been the most amazing day, and by far our biggest Food Revolution Day yet. Well over 100 countries got involved, with 4,073 events happening all around the world – and reports are still coming in. Of course, it’s all only just kicking off Read the full article…
It may technically depend on where you are in the world, but it’s finally officially Food Revolution Day 2014, and you can follow all the action here!
Jamie’s MBE, Emmy, BAFTA and TED awards were all wonderful, but Jamie has finally achieved one of his longest-held ambitions – to own a Blue Peter badge.
Food Revolution Day is just around the corner, so Jamie this week embarked on a whistle-stop tour of the South West to meet some of those getting involved.
To mark Allergy Awareness Week, Jamie and his team have working hard on some delicious new gluten-free and dairy-free recipes, exclusive to the website. You may not know about Allergy Awareness Week, but then you might not even know you have an allergy. One in three of us suffer from an allergy at some point, Read the full article…
Following on from the success of last year’s Food Revolution Day prize, one lucky person will have the amazing opportunity to meet Jamie during an all expenses paid trip to London. The winner will be flown to London from anywhere in the world (some restrictions apply) to join Jamie for a cooking lesson and a Read the full article…