Jamie Oliver To Host Coronavirus Cooking Show For People Who Are Isolating Themselves
Jamie Oliver is bringing a helpful new cooking show to Channel 4. It will offer timely advice on simple recipes for people who are self-isolating amid concerns about the coronavirus. Get all the details here.
Jamie Oliver is teaming up with Channel 4 on a much-needed self-isolation cooking show. The popular British chef will host the aptly titled Jamie: Keep Cooking and Carry On. It's intended to help out with recipes that you can make with simple ingredients found in most homes. Keep Cooking and Carry On debuts right away, too: it starts this Monday night, March 23.
Jamie Oliver recipes for coronavirus self-isolation
Deadline published a statement from the Jamie Oliver Group. "The show is a direct response to thousands of requests we have been receiving from people who are looking for some inspiration and assurance to help them through this difficult time — and Jamie is a trusted voice to deliver that," the statement reads.
Jamie: Keep Cooking and Carry On was also reportedly brought to life in just a few days. To start with, it will air for five nights beginning on Monday, March 23.
Channel 4 and Jamie Oliver announce coronavirus cooking show
Join @jamieoliver in his brand new show as he helps the nation with easy recipes, cooking tips and ingenious hacks whilst many of us are staying at home.— Channel 4 (@Channel4) March 20, 2020
Jamie: Keep Cooking and Carry On starts Monday at 5:30pm #KeepCookingCarryOn pic.twitter.com/XbdsPX2y8c
Jamie Oliver is a celebrity and television chef. He's known for the TV shows The Naked Chef, Jamie's Kitchen and Jamie's School Dinners. Oliver is also passionate about ensuring that schoolchildren have healthy meals.
Jamie: Keep Cooking and Carry On is his latest effort. It comes at a time when many will appreciate advice on making the most of limited ingredients and reducing trips to the grocery store.