` Omelette Recipe from the `Ministry of Food ‘ Campaign ‘

#AceRecipeNews Omelette recipe from the Ministry of Food Campaign.

Jamie’s Ministry of Food first aired on Channel 4 in the UK in September 2008

Simple to to the point for those people, wanting to cook the perfect Omelette.


` Broccoli and Chilli Savoury Buns ‘ – Video

#AceRecipeNews A broccoli & chilli filling turns these traditionally sweet buns into a savoury treat great for any time of the day. April share the secrets of their success from her Michelin-starred restaurant in NYC as Food Tube’s very own international food photographer David Loftus snaps away.

Top New York chef April Bloomfield in the Food Tube Family!

She trained with Jamie at The River Cafe London and now runs a hugely successful restaurant in NYC.

How do you like your morning buns Food Tubers?

Any family tips and tricks you can share with the rest of us? We’d love to hear from you in the comments box below.

Check out April’s awesome restaurant the next time you’re in NYC : http://thespottedpig.com


` Jamie Olivier announces opening of `Italian Restaurant ‘ for city in Cantonese ‘

#AceFoodNews says according to Hong Kong (AFP) Hong Kong fans of British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver fell about laughing on Wednesday after he announced a new Italian restaurant for the city in Cantonese — with a few slip-ups.

Making a stab at the local Chinese dialect in a light-hearted YouTube video, he announces: “I will open an amazing Italian submarine.”

Attempting to repeat words read out by a Cantonese-speaker off-screen, he also promises that the restaurant will be “very slippery”, before collapsing into giggles.

The has drawn more than 35,000 hits since it was posted on Tuesday.

Oliver, 38, has a string of restaurants in Britain, Australia, Dubai, Ireland, Russia, Turkey and Singapore.

He is set to open the first Hong Kong branch of his “Jamie’s Italian” chain in the city’s Causeway Bay shopping district in the coming months.

His first attempt to say “Causeway Bay” in Cantonese came out as “car crash”, while the second sounded like “bronze bed”.

The video nonetheless delighted local fans.

“Jamie Oliver speaks Cantonese! So funny!” wrote Christy Lui in one comment posted below the video, while others called him “adorable” and welcomed him to the city.

“Hong Kong people like your Cantonese! But they like you even better,” wrote Cheng Dai Hup.

Oliver’s first attempt to open a restaurant in Hong Kong fell through in 2009.

Known for his crusades against unhealthy food, Oliver’s restaurants, TV series and cookbooks have made him a multi-millionaire.



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