Last night Channel 4 in the UK aired the premiere episode of Jamie's American Road Trip — the series opener was set in Los Angeles, focusing on the Mexican-American culture and cuisine.
Avoiding glitz and glamor, Oliver doesn't stay in a fancy hotel or eat at four-star restaurants, but instead rents an apartment in East LA's [...]
Here's Jamie Oliver dressed up as The Village People in a trailer for his upcoming six-part Channel 4 TV series, Jamie's American Roadtrip (airing in the Fall in the UK), a "culinary backpacking road trip" through the US. Channel 4's description of the show:
In each episode Jamie will be exploring the food, local hang-outs [...]
Good news out of the UK: Channel 4 ordered a second season of six episodes of Heston's Feasts. In season one, which ran four episodes long, Heston Blumenthal researched different historical periods — the Roman, Medieval, Tudor and Victorian eras — to design and serve fantastic and decadent feasts.
In case you missed them, we posted [...]
The NY Post tries the salacious headline "RAMSAY DROPS F-BOMB 115 TIMES" — hell, even The Food Section reblogged the number as the count for Gordon Ramsay's potty mouth — but it's wrong.
If you reread the BBC article, it says "Gordon Ramsay's Great British Nightmare breached rules by using "the most offensive" language 115 times [...]
The latest episode of Heston's Feasts had Heston Blumenthal exploring the Medieval era for recipes— the Middle Ages, he reminds us, was a tough time, what with a life expectancy of 25 and the Black Death killing 60% of Europe's population. Of course, the wealth distribution was totally out of whack, and the royalty indulged [...]
In the latest series from Channel 4 in the UK comes Heston's Feasts (website), Heston Blumenthal is cooking his way through history by mining the past for recipes. The first episode focused on the Victorian period, a decadent era fueled by absinthe, opium, and prostitution, or as Blumenthal calls it, an era "filled to [...]
Editors' note: Last week, the UK's Channel 4 ran a multi-format series called The Great British Food Fight, featuring different programs with Gordon Ramsay, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Heston Blumenthal, and Jamie Oliver. Eat me daily will be reviewing all of these shows this week. For our final installment, we're covering Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's Chickens, Hugh and Tesco [...]
Editors' note: Last week, the UK's Channel 4 ran a multi-format series called The Great British Food Fight, featuring different programs with Gordon Ramsay, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Heston Blumenthal, and Jamie Oliver. Eat me daily will be reviewing all of these shows this week. Today, we're covering Jamie Oliver's Jamie Saves Our Bacon. We're including video [...]