Jamie Oliver, Jamie, Oliver
Sometimes being a vegetable is more popular than being Jamie Oliver. To teach a group of young students, Jamie drops his TV chef persona and straps on his string bean suit.
Jamie stops by "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" to chat about the sorry state of school lunches in America. "The food companies of America OWN you," he tells Jimmy.
Doesn't seem bad if it's one meal, but try getting a month's worth of fast food meals in your car at once.
The Barrett family knew they had a problem with fast food, but Jamie offered a visual - a year's worth of fast food waiting at home. Ick!
The United States has the highest obesity rate in the world, and more than two thirds of American adults are overweight.
A strawberry, a banana, a string bean, and an apple walk onto school property... (nope, not a knock knock joke.)
After spray painting a calf for a Food Revolution class, Jamie gives a calf a well-deserved bath.
Jamie and the owner of a fast foot restaurant have a disagreement about how burgers should be made.
Jamie's Revolution Burgers are made with 100% Angus beef, healthy house dressing, sweet smashed potato, Pinto beans, and lettuce on a whole wheat bun.
Jamie's a foodie AND family man.
Jamie accepts an award from Jamie Lee Curtis and the UCLA School of Public Health for his work reforming school lunches.
Jamie's not getting a very warm welcome into Los Angeles public schools.
Jamie puts together a high school cooking competition, to be judged by esteemed chefs Jonathan Waxman and Michael Symon.
Wise words from the wife.
When the Los Angeles Unified School District won't let Jamie bring his cameras into schools, he gets creative.
Before teaching his students how to cook, he gets back to the basics - plants vs. animals.
Jamie chats with Ryan Seacrest's radio show about bringing his Food Revolution to a new city - Los Angeles.
Jamie Oliver's not a huge fan of most school cafeteria fare - especially frozen chicken nuggets.
Part of eating right means keeping cooking skills alive, so Jamie gives a group of high schoolers the tools they'll need to make their own healthy meals at home.
Not everyone is pleased when Jamie Oliver decides to take his Food Revolution to Huntington, West Virginia.
Jamie's goal is to save the health of the world's next generation. By teaching healthy eating habits and petitioning for better food in schools, Jamie hopes to fight the growing obesity epidemic head on.
Do you know where YOUR food is coming from? Jamie tours the warehouses where school cafeteria food is stored.
TED Prize winner Jamie Oliver makes the case for an all-out assault on society's food ignorance. "Your child will live a life ten years younger than you because of the landscape of food that we’ve built around them."
Jamie's appalled when he finds out what's on the menu for this group of young students.
Spice up your cooking routine with a little dancing! Jamie and a group of high schoolers demonstrate a seasoning and shimmying move.
Jamie takes his revolution all the way to the bank.
Can't tackle a big eating problem without big utensils.
Jamie learns fast that getting high schoolers excited about healthy eating isn't easy.
Jamie studies his plan for attack in Huntington, West Virginia, otherwise known as 'America's fattest city.'
Even if you're spearheading a revolution, you still have to go the speed limit.
Which burger would you buy?
That Jamie Oliver is one good apple.