Premieres October 18th, Saturday at 9 PM
New Delhi, October 13, 2014: TLC is back with Jamie Oliver in a new series ‘SAVE WITH JAMIE’. The six part series will inspire viewers to eat better and spend less on their weekly food bills. Find out from Jamie, how a few clever tricks in the kitchen can keep the expenses down, pocket light while the food still looks and tastes fantastic!
‘SAVE WITH JAMIE’ will premiere on October 18 every Saturday at 9 PM. Jamie will teach viewers how to eat like a king, no matter what their budget is. Tune in to TLC and discover how you can enjoy elaborate but affordable dishes just by learning how to shop smart, cook clever, and waste less.
Sharing details about the new series, Rahul Johri, Executive Vice President and General Manager – South Asia, Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific and Head of Revenue, Pan-Regional Ad Sales and Southeast Asia said, “TLC presents refreshing and innovating programmes that capture the entire gamut of lifestyle experiences from food, travel to makeover, hi-living etc. Jamie Oliver is a world-renowned chef and in this new series ‘SAVE WITH JAMIE’, he will introduce his viewers to a new dimension of cooking keeping their budget in mind yet enjoying extravagant meals.”
In each episode Jamie will tackle food waste and demonstrate how a little imagination can turn leftovers into tasty meals. Jamie will also go inside families’ fridges, to find out where food is being wasted and show ways to help prolong the life of food and save the pennies.
Watch and learn how to make the most of the food in your kitchen, only on TLC!
About Jamie Oliver
Growing up in Essex, where his parents run their own highly respected pub/restaurant in Clavering, Jamie Oliver was frequently found helping in the kitchen. At 16, Jamie left school to complete his training at Westminster Catering College. After spending time working in France and at Antonio Carluccio’s Neal Street Restaurant in London, Jamie joined the acclaimed River Café, where he worked for three and a half years alongside Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers.
In 1997, Jamie was featured in a television documentary about the River Café. Jamie was then offered his own television show, and The Naked Chef was born. Jamie wanted to ‘give something back’ to the catering industry, so he opened a training restaurant in 2001 for young people who were not in full-time education or employment. Through 2006 and early 2007, Jamie filmed a series and wrote a book.