With a brand new book hitting the shelves and an exciting new TV show about to air, Jamie tells us, in his own words, what it’s all about.
The Great Get Together is a weekend that celebrates all that we have in common, with street parties and community events happening across the UK. It was set up by Brendan Cox, husband to Jo Cox MP who was tragically killed last summer. Jamie explains why he is proud to be supporting the weekend.
First up, let me say that all the tactics in this feature will work on fussy adults just as well as they’ll work on fussy children.
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.
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.
I wholeheartedly believe that cooking is up there as one of the most valuable skills you can teach a child, right alongside reading and writing.
See – that was easy! And here are lots more helpful tips on staying hydrated, some from me and some from our lovely social community. My top tip, as ridiculously obvious as it sounds, is to put water in front of you! Whether it’s a glass at your desk, a jug on the kitchen table, Read the full article…
Our bones are the supporting system of our bodies, and I want you to aspire to having strong, dense bones.
What you’ll learn here is just how simple it is to up your fibre intake – I genuinely believe it is one of the easiest areas of our diets we can improve on.