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When it comes to eating, Friday doesn't have to be just an ordinary day. British chef Jamie Oliver wants you to think about what you eat by celebrating his second annual Food Revolution Day.
"For me, this is the one day for us all to get together and shout about the importance of food education and the need to share and pass on food knowledge and cooking skills," says Oliver, who's designated May 17th as Food Revolution Day.
"This is an opportunity to build better relationships with great food, whether that's hosting a big event like a farmers' market or a small dinner for your mates and cooking everything from scratch," the British chef, who promotes healthy eating through his TV shows and best-selling cookbooks, tells PEOPLE.
Originally posted 01/14/2011 09:30AM
English celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, who relocated to Los Angeles with the hopes of bringing his Food Revolution into local schools, is getting a taste of rejection.
"It's not going so well at the moment," Oliver, 35, tells PEOPLE. "Currently, the L.A. School District won't let me near a single school, but we're going to try to get around that."
Oliver says he's hoping parents will stand up for the cause – the same cause that won him an Emmy for the first season of ABC's Food Revolution, when he overhauled lunch menus in Huntington, W. Va., schools. To that end, he opened Jamie's Kitchen in Westwood, Calif., earlier this week to provide a food-centric community center.
Originally posted 03/04/2010 10:55AM
Jamie Oliver has whipped up another masterpiece!
The celebrity chef, 34, and his wife Jools are expecting their fourth child in September, a rep confirms to the Press Association, adding that the pair are “delighted” with the news.
The latest addition will join big sisters Poppy Honey, 8 this month, Daisy Boo, 6 ½, and Petal Blossom Rainbow, 11 months.
The Olivers wed in June 2000.
Originally posted 04/03/2009 07:05AM
It's a third girl for celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, who became a father again on Friday.
Oliver's wife, Jools, gave birth to Petal Blossom Rainbow at 2:46 a.m., PEOPLE has confirmed. The baby, who weighed 6 lb., 10 oz., joins sisters Poppy Honey, 7, and Daisy Boo, 5, in the Oliver household. Her anticipated arrival was first announced in September.
Oliver, who only two days ago was cooking for world leaders at 10 Downing Street, was at his wife's side at London's Portland Hospital for the birth.
Originally posted 09/23/2008 12:50PM
British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and his wife Jools are expecting their third child, PEOPLE has confirmed.
"Jamie and his wife Jools are over the moon with the news," says Oliver's rep. "The due date is in April."
Oliver, known in the U.S. for his cooking show The Naked Chef, and his wife Juliette (who goes by Jools) already have two daughters, Poppy, 6, and Daisy, 5.
The couple, both 33, first met during high school in Essex, England and married in 2000. Chef Oliver cooked the wedding banquet.
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