This January, popular British Chef Jamie Oliver returns to Food Network with the debut of his brand new series Jamie At Home. The half-hour series follows Oliver around his home, as he prepares delicious meals from produce that has been grown in his country garden. The show will get a "sneak peek" on Sunday, January 6th at 10pm ET/PT, after Oliver's debut on Iron Chef, where he battles against Iron Chef Mario Batali. The series will then premiere in its regular timeslot on Saturday, January 12 at 9:30am ET/PT, where it joins Food Network's In the Kitchen daytime line-up.
"Jamie Oliver has always been a Food Network fan-favorite and we are so excited to have a new series that showcases his easily accessible cooking style and his exuberant personality," said Bob Tuschman, Senior Vice President, Programming and Production for Food Network. "His new show focuses on recipes that are quick, fresh, inventive and easy to recreate at home."
Jamie Oliver returns to Food Network with his new series Jamie At Home. Jamie's back doing what he does best -- cooking at home with simple, accessible ingredients, including fruits and vegetables that he recently started growing in his garden kitchen. In each episode, Jamie focuses on a specific ingredient and shows viewers several completely different recipes. Whether whipping up a delicious spicy pork goulash, foraging for mushrooms to create a wild mushroom and venison stroganoff or harvesting pumpkins for a mouth-watering, warm winter salad of roast duck and pumpkin, Jamie will show viewers that using fresh ingredients can be simple and oh so satisfying.
Jamie Oliver is one of the world's best-loved television personalities and one of Britain's most famous exports. Prior to Jamie at Home, Jamie has hosted numerous successful television series including The Naked Chef (Food Network), Jamie's Kitchen (Food Network), Jamie's School Lunch (TLC) and Jamie's Great Escape (The Travel Channel). His programs have been broadcast in over 50 countries including the UK, Australia, South Africa, Brazil, Japan and Iceland to name but a few. Having been translated into 26 languages, the accompanying cookbooks are bestsellers not only in the UK but across the world. Jamie currently lives in London and Essex with his wife, Jools and two daughters, Poppy and Daisy.