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To make the most of your weekend, and say a sorrowful/welcome goodbye to the World Cup for another four years (delete where appropriate), we've a whole host of Matchday Munchies on Food Tube!
An alumni of Jamie Oliver's first Fifteen program, Kerryann learnt to cook on a budget as a child and has carried her good value, good food ethos trough to feeding her own children. Now she is sharing her recipes with you.
Drinks Tube will have it all - from showing you how to make amazing cocktails at home to discovering fantastic beers from around the world, or explaining everything you've always wanted to know about the world of wine. But it's not all about alcohol - there'll be soft drinks like coffee and juice too!
You know the score. The sun peeks out from behind the clouds and the people of Britain are gripped with spring fever, stripping off to shorts and t-shirts, flopping down on packed beaches and pouring into pub gardens. Here at Food Tube HQ we are getting in the spirit and celebrating the start of a new season with our five signs spring has sprung.
We've been enjoying a stress free week at Food Tube HQ and our latest batch of videos certainly reflects this. With February's lashing rain and icy winds dominating our days, our thoughts have turned to warmer climates and chilling out with some fabulous food and drink.
Food Tube went live on Tuesday, taking over Jamie Oliver's Fifteen and throwing the party to end all parties, celebrating the channel's first anniversary.
There ain't no party like a Food Tube party and on Tuesday we are turning one-year-old in style. That's right, FoodTube will have been on Youtube for 365 days and we've got all your favourite contributors from Gennaro Contaldo and DJ BBQ to Michael from V sauce and Jack's Gap on the show.
Did you vow to make 2014 the year you ate well and took up a new hobby? You did? Then let Food Tube take you by the hand and lead you through your culinary metamorphism. Here's a taste of what we have been dishing up this week.
So, grab a mince pie and a mulled wine and join us on a journey through time. In reverse order, here's the Food Tube fan's Top 10 videos of all time (and it's actually scientific because these are the ones you watched the most).
The countdown to Christmas has begun and we'll be bringing you a new upload every festive day until the big one - that's 25 December in case you were unsure. Jamie kicked off the show with a perfect party dish - crispy fried squid - and Food Tube fans have already been feasting their eyes on some tasty Christmas delights including Gennaro Contaldo's bruschetta...
This weekend we can officially start talking about Christmas and it wouldn't be the festive season without the food. That's right, December is here and we've got 25 delicious recipes and superb seasonal tips to make sure you're fully prepared to celebrate.
This week's Food Tube outpouring is sponsored by testosterone! Its been all about our red blooded males and the channel has been flexing its cooking muscle. First up the man himself, Jamie Oliver got stuck in in the kitchen. It's all ripping spinach and a great hunk of granite. If you want to know how to make a serious calzone, this is the video for you...
There have been spooky goings on a plenty at Food Tube HQ this week with Jamie Oliver getting his teeth into a gruesome recipe, a headless chef putting that left over pumpkin flesh to good use and the ghost of school dinners past making an appearance.
The weather has taken a turn for the rubbish so here at Food tube HQ we're serving up some hearty dishes to give autumn a kick up the clouds. If you thought the barbecue was just for the summer then think again.
What a mouth-watering week for Food Tube. Not only have we busted out a brand new bunch of tasty videos but we've also been tickling digital taste buds with the launch of Jamie Oliver's Food Tube on Twitter.
Jamie is so hands-on, it's his baby and he loves it; and he really loves getting creative and pushing the boundaries of food broadcasting; I can say that I haven't had this much fun making programmes in a very long time.
This book arrived on my doorstep in an envelope with the notation AC/GC written on it. This is how I shall refer to the two greedy Italians from now on - it seems to suit them perfectly!
Two Greedy Italians - Antonio Carluccio & Gennaro Contaldo Quadrille - 2011 Photography: Chris Terry The introduction for