Great British blackberries are a true sign of late summer/early autumn and they're at their best right now, so Leon Ockenden is here to show us how he uses them in his baked blackberry cheesecake.
Oh yes ladies… and gents! The Diet Coke man is here! Andrew Cooper starred in the advert back in 2013, but he owes his gorgeous physique to juicing rather than the famous fizzy pop and he’s here under his new guise The Juiceman.
After Gemma Collins was criticised for her extreme juice diet, Andrew will prove that we can incorporate juicing into a regular healthy diet with some easy recipes for the whole family.
It’s the latest food craze to take over UK kitchens. And from TV foodies to Michelin-starred chefs, everyone has an opinion about the increasingly popular hot snack - the cheese toastie.
We’ve drawn in the expertise of Phil Vickery to settle the debate for once and all.
Spelt spaghetti has an incredible nutty taste and is a great alternative to regular spaghetti as it’s high in wheat bran fibre, or beta-glucans, which help keep our cholesterol levels in check.
Jamie’s here with his top five superfoods and tips on how to eat them - everything from seaweed to sweet potatoes!
Who's in the mood to celebrate? Master pâtissier Eric Lanlard's modern twist on the classic Victoria sponge cake is a great way to get the party started!
You will need to prepare two 20cm (8inch) sandwich tins by greasing them thoroughly and lining the base with non-stick parchment. Make sure that all the ingredients are at room temperature and pre-heat the oven to 180 degrees.
They're probably a little bit scared for their own jobs...
Jamie cooking us a lunch of sea bass with pea, mint and asparagus mash was a bit of a Best Bit all round - and that's not even taking into account Phillip on Camera 6 - check out some of his finest work in the video above!
Packed with two of our five-a-day, Jamie Oliver's super-simple supper also includes hero sea bass, meaning our meal is super-high in vitamin B12, which we need for making healthy red blood cells.