Gwyneth Paltrow is way into cooking and a total foodie!
So of course she had a great time while on chef Jamie Oliver's new TV show Jamie and Jimmy's Food Fight Club.
She and Jamie's co-host Jimmy Doherty faced off in a food challenge…
Gwyneth Paltrow is all about diet — and we don't mean that in a bad way. She's all about being health-conscious, and that seems like it's a pretty good thing to be. How far she takes it, however, is up for debate!
Jamie Oliver knows this, and yet, he somehow convinced her to eat a hamburger!
Jamie Oliver, celebrity chef and health food crusader, is looking healthy and in high spirits as he leaves a tv studio having done a morning show!
It probably has something to do with him expanding his restaurant even further — he's taking two Jamie's Italian restaurants and heading to Russia! Both Moscow and St. Petersburg are getting the new eateries!
We say that definitely deserves a thumbs up and a smile!
[Image via Splash News.]
Jamie Oliver just wants people to be healthy.
The only way he can do that, though, is if he can remain a public figure — and popular enough — to catch the ear of those who are listening!
So he wrote a cook book, called Jamie Oliver's Great Britain.
BBC America is premiering a new show, with Jamie Oliver producing, called Chef Race: U.K. vs. U.S.!
The show will be about, what else, chefs from the U.K. battling chefs from the good ol' U.S. of A!
The show will have eight Brits battle eight Yanks as they race across America, trying to cook up food to literally survive after being stripped of cash and credit cards, make it across the country and win a grand prize of $100,000!
Jamie Oliver said:
Did you know that Ryan Seacrest produces movies?
Did you know that he's producing a movie called Food Fight that's loosely based on Jamie Oliver and his TV show??
Jamie Oliver is never tight-lipped about his beliefs on food, and today is no exception: Jamie has just compared energy drinks to cocaine when given to kids.
We do think it's a little odd that energy drinks aren't age restricted, but we mean, coffee isn't either. Somehow we've managed to not get our kids into coffee — so is it because energy drinks taste like soda?