Whether the school playground has been transformed into a Mad Hatter’s tea party, a circus or a beach, here’s some ideas for what to bake.
Jamie’s Summer Jam has seen an unprecedented number of entries, and although entries have now closed, Jamie and his editor Jim Tanfield’s pick of the last week was tough as so any entries were of an amazing standard. However, after
Jamie joined hordes of gardening and design fans at the 2013 Royal Chelsea Flower Show. One of the gardens – for Gaze Burvill garden furniture designers – included Jamie’s Wood Fired Oven and he took time out to cook some
Many parts of the world came together to celebrate good food and better food habits on Food Revolution Day. In London more than 5,000 people turned up to Jamie’s Street Party, which was beamed live around the world by the amazing
On 18 May the big event that we all know and love (ish) will be back on our TV screens, showing us what 39 very different countries can do with their voices and some semi-professional dancers. The Eurovision Song Contest,
By Laura Parr It’s probably already in your diary, but 12-18 May is National Sandwich week. The humble sandwich is a British lunch institution – we eat over 11.5 billion every year and around half of these are made at home,
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