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A Bad Review on 'Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Apr 19th 2010 2:10AM
A Bad Review on 'Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution'Soon, chef Jamie Oliver will be leaving the city of Huntington, West Virginia. It's considered one of the unhealthiest cities in America, and Oliver went there to improve the diets of the local schoolchildren. But there's only so much that Oliver can do by himself, and at this point, everything depends on changing the attitudes of the local residents.

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Flash Mob on 'Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Apr 11th 2010 9:25PM
Flash Mob on 'Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution''Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution' (Fri., 9PM ET on ABC) is set in one of the unhealthiest cities in America -- Huntington, West Virginia. And on the show, Chef Jamie Oliver has embarked on a quest to bring healthy cooking to the masses. On the latest episode, Oliver makes a bet with a local rival, radio DJ Rod Willis. To win the bet, Oliver must get a thousand people to cook a healthy meal. And he has five days to make it happen.

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Jamie Oliver Battles Lunch Ladies on 'Food Revolution' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Mar 28th 2010 11:15PM
No Knives on 'Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution''Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution' (Fri., 9PM ET on ABC) is set in Huntington, West Virginia, home to one of the unhealthiest populations in America. On the latest episode, Oliver confronts a school principal and some lunch ladies over the controversial issue of... utensils.

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Jamie Oliver Getting the Sunday Slot, Acing Out 'Castle'

by Danny Gallagher, posted Mar 11th 2010 7:08PM
'Castle' might be reeling that they aren't scoring the coveted Sunday slot, but at least it's not going to some dreary rerun and maybe even a worthy cause.

'Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution,' the reality series in which the famed British chef attempts to spark change in the West Virginia city that the Centers for Disease Control named the unhealthiest in America, will air on Sunday, March 21 in the 10 p.m. slot followed by repeats and new episodes every Friday.

The show mirrors his attempt to revamp the British school food program. This time, it chronicles the chef's attempt to "plant the seed" of change in Huntington, W.V., the same town that scorned his help and drove him to the brink of tears. Here's just a taste of the town's reaction to his offer to help. I'm shocked that the guy in this clip was spitting hamburger crumbs at Jamie as he refused to eat "lettuce".

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