For this Food Revolution Day, Jamie has launched his biggest campaign ever – a global petition to get practical food education on the school curriculum.
Reaching Time Out’s readership of more than 465,000 people in the Capital alone, the new supplement will bring Time Out fans a mixed bag of incredible food inspiration, from recipes and food news to regular features and columns from Food Tube talent, such as the ‘Food Busker’ John Quilter, Anna Jones and Cupcake Jemma, as Read the full article…
All supper clubs held by the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation include a three-course meal and wine, and are open to any food lovers and Foundation supporters.
Drinks Tube is launching a global campaign to champion the people and places that serve your favourite drop.
Wednesday and Thursday mark the first annual Food Tank Summit, a meeting of great minds in the food industry to talk about the issues the world faces.
We’ve got aristocracy visiting the café in this week’s Jamie & Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast, as Downton Abbey’s Hugh Bonneville drops in
All hail, kale! Long live leeks! The January 2015 issue of Jamie Magazine is bursting with hearty recipes to help you make the most of winter’s produce.
A study in Leeds has proven that Jamie’s Ministry of Food centre improves the health and lives of people who take courses there.
Well this week we’re upping the steaks (ahem) on Friday Night Feast by inviting Tinie Tempah to the caff to serve up his favourite dish, Suya beef.
Christmas and party season may be over, but don’t feel down. It’s the New Year, and that means another season of Jamie & Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast starts tonight.