Dr Rupy believes that what we put on our plate is the best medicine for fighting off illnesses and life-threatening diseases - and it’s never too late to start eating well!
He’s the Michelin-starred chef who wants us all to get back into the kitchen and make our meals from scratch.
Tom Kerridge whips up beef brisket with baked potatoes and coleslaw from his new book Fresh Start.
There’s more of the This Morning family coming to your screens from the end of the month when John Torode and Lisa Faulkner appear in John & Lisa’s Weekend Kitchen.
Today John joins us in the kitchen today to whip up one of his favourite puddings - passion fruit and mango pavlova.
We’ll be tasting that and finding out what we’ve got to look forward to when he and Lisa share their tips, tricks and ideas every Sunday.
Clodagh’s in the kitchen with a new twist on the humble fishcake. It’s the perfect fast and fresh weeknight supper, taking just 25 minutes to go from fridge to fork!
Jack Stein promised Ruth he’d cook her favourite lunch and he’s back in the kitchen with the ultimate seafood feast - cooking lobster two ways: plain and simple with chips and salad, and delicious Cornish lobster rolls.
A birthday isn’t a birthday without cake, and so in keeping with our St Patrick's Day theme, we’ve invited our resident star baker Juliet Sear back into the kitchen to whip up a delicious Guinness chocolate cake for Ruth.
She’s back in the This Morning kitchen with her favourite midweek meal: Alex Hollywood shows us how to make her delicious rosemary chicken tray-bake.
James is back in the kitchen showing us how to make a great British classic - the sausage roll. And to accompany it? A simple dipping sauce with only three ingredients!