Jamie Oliver is taking a huge risk. He's decided to train 15 young unemployed Londoners as Chefs, who will work in a new non-profit making restaurant that he's building in the East End. Jamie left school himself without formal qualifications and he believes it is passion for food not academic qualifications that makes a good cook. But he's chosen a busy year in which to launch the project, he has visits to Japan and America planned, he's writing a new book and he's about to become a father.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Jamie's Kitchen - Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution - Netflix
Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution (retitled Jamie's American Food Revolution in the United Kingdom) was a television series on ABC from March 2010 until summer 2011. The show was produced by British chef Jamie Oliver and Ryan Seacrest, following Oliver as he attempted to reform the US school lunch programs, help American society fight obesity and change their eating habits in order to live healthier and longer lives.
Jamie's Kitchen - Reception - Netflix
In 2010, Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution was nominated for the Do Something TV Show Award from the VH1 Do Something Awards for its efforts to promote healthy eating at public schools. The show also won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality Program. The show was renewed for a second six episode season on September 2, 2010. The season premiered on Tuesday April 12, 2011 at 8:00 PM Eastern/7:00 PM Central. After two episodes, the show was cancelled because of poor ratings and replaced by repeats of Dancing with the Stars. ABC aired the remaining four episodes in June; because of this, episodes 3-6 aired in the United Kingdom on Channel 4 before the United States.
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