Jamie & Jimmy's Food Fight Club Season 2!

Jamie and Jimmy are back to fly the flag for Britain's greatest grub!
- Celebrity guests this season include Sienna Miller, Usain Bolt, and other pals -

JAMIE & JIMMY’S FOOD FIGHT CLUB returns for an all-new food adventure! Together with their special guests, Jamie Oliver and his old childhood pal, farmer and television presenter Jimmy Doherty will be exploring and celebrating more of Britain's diverse food heritage and forgotten eats, as well as whipping up more incredible local dishes from their pop-up café at Southend Pier, Essex. Among the celebrity guests this season are Golden Globe nominee Sienna Miller and Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt. Season two of JAMIE & JIMMY’S FOOD FIGHT CLUB premieres every Thursday at 8:00 p.m., starting March 5. Encores every Sunday at 7:00 p.m. and Monday at 8:00 a.m.

In this six-part series, Jamie and Jimmy will be inviting some of their celebrity friends who will cook and serve the dish of the day to the café’s patrons. Sienna learns the all-essential steps and tips to making her favourite rich duck ragu with pici pasta. Jamie teaches Usain to replicate the dish the sprinter believes is the secret to his Olympic

success – his Aunt Lily’s Jamaican Jerk pork with yam and dumplings. Multi-award winning comedienne Jennifer Saunders cooks savoury Italian porchetta with Jamie. Actress and judge of Britain’s Got Talent Amanda Holden makes an authentic Greek moussaka inspired by her grandmother’s travels.

As usual, Jamie and Jimmy will hit the road and continue their mission to revive some of the country’s lost or nearly extinct ingredients and foods such as 160-year-old tarts, long lost spuds from historic Colchester and many others. Jamie also tops off each week with an easy-to-make ‘blow-out’ recipe that will knock the socks off of everyone, while Jimmy tears it up with tasty food-science experiments and crafty culinary ideas such as re-inventing doner kebabs in old oil drums and roasting succulent tandoor chicken in a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) dustbin oven.

Hear humorous stories and share laughs aplenty as these lifelong buddies reminisce about their youth and celebrate the best of British cooking in the latest season of JAMIE & JIMMY’S FOOD FIGHT CLUB!

About Jamie and Jimmy


Jamie Oliver (born May 27, 1975) is a phenomenon in the world of food. He is one of the world’s best-loved television personalities. Jamie has had huge success with his many television series The Naked Chef, Jamie’s Kitchen, Jamie’s School Dinners, Jamie’s Great Italian Escape, Return to School Dinners, Jamie’s Chef, Jamie’s Ministry of Food… and more recently Jamie’s 30-Minute Meals, Jamie’s Big Feastival and the Emmy award-winning Jamie’s Food Revolution.

Jamie has inspired people to spend more time enjoying being in the kitchen – and even start growing their own food! His programmes have now been broadcast in over 100 countries. Having been translated into over 30 languages, the accompanying cookbooks are bestsellers not only in the United Kingdom (UK) but across the world. His 2010 book, Jamie’s 30-Minute Meals, became Jamie’s first million-selling book in the UK as well as being the fastest-selling non-fiction book since records began.

His high street restaurant collection ‘Jamie’s Italian’ is hugely popular across the UK and the Fifteen restaurant group, which he founded in 2002, provides training for young people in three locations around the world, producing food of the highest quality.

Jamie lives in London and Essex with his wife Jools and his kids, Poppy, Daisy, Petal and Buddy.


Jimmy Doherty (born May 24, 1975) has always been passionate about nature and farming. By the time he was 16, he was the youngest ever Assistant Entomologist at the Mole Hall Wildlife Park, Walden. After gaining a degree in Zoology, Jimmy worked in the Entomology Department at London’s Natural History Museum before moving on to Coventry University where he taught Animal Ecology and Animal Philosophy.

In 2003, Jimmy decided it was time to make his dream of living the good life a reality. He left London and without any experience or prior knowledge of farming, took on a leasehold of a 100-acre farm near Ipswich in Suffolk. His rollercoaster journey to change this derelict farm into a rare breed pig farm was followed in a television series called Jimmy’s Farm.

From there, Jimmy became an established science presenter and his credits include two series of Jimmy’s Food Factory. As a result of his increasing popularity and success, he hosted several other series such as Jimmy’s Grow Your Own Christmas Dinner, Jimmy and the Giant Supermarket and Jimmy’s Forest.

Jimmy has written three books and has launched a number of food products called ‘Jimmy’s Farmers Range’ featuring a variety of sausages.

Each September, Jimmy hosts a food and music festival on his farm called ‘Harvest at Jimmy’s’ and he has also recently opened a restaurant on the farm celebrating quality local produce.

Jimmy married Michaela Furney at a reception held at his farm in August 2009. They have two daughters named Molly Rose and Cora Mae.

Episode Guide


Jamie reveals how to cook the ultimate steak – his blow-out côte de bœuf. Jimmy produces succulent tandoori chicken in his Do-It-Yourself (DIY) dustbin oven. Usain Bolt cooks up the dish he reckons is the secret to his success – his Aunt Lily’s Jamaican jerk pork with yamand dumplings. The boys are determined to put a fantastic but forgotten Nottinghamshire cheese back on the map.


Sienna Miller cooks a rich Tuscan duck ragu with pici pasta. Jamie goes for the wow factor with his whole sea bass baked in salt. Jimmy builds a Cajun microwave to create an alternative to the hog roast which delivers the ultimate crackling. The boys discover a delicious Lancastrian biscuit that had pride of place at the heart of an ancient feast.


Jamie re-invents the humble roast chicken with not one, but two blow-out recipes – chicken in a crust and beer butt chicken. Jimmy gives the doner kebab the gourmet treatment. Amanda Holden cooks authentic Greek moussaka inspired by her nan’s travels. The boysserve a tasty tart from Richmond with a long and royal history.


Jimmy serves his own charcuterie made in his DIY Tuscan cave. Jamie knocks up an indulgent feast of fresh Scottish scallops with bacon and sage, served with creamy mash.Kirstie Allsopp relives her gap year travels with a classic Indian street food – pani puri. Theboys serve a traditional Sussex beer cocktail that they believe deserves global recognition.


Jamie takes two of Britain’s favourite things – a curry and a Sunday roast and mashes themtogether to make his Empire Lamb. Jimmy builds a DIY smoker and serves up asmorgasbord of treats. Chris Moyles pops in to cook his favourite New York style pizza. Theboys head back home to Essex to revive a long lost spud from Colchester.


The café’s menu is packed with feasts for the weekend. Jimmy serves his very own DIY champagne cider. Jamie meets up with two old mates, to cook Italian porchetta with Jennifer Saunders and Mexican street-food with Dexter Fletcher. The boys discover the ‘Clanger,’ a
fabulous but forgotten Bedfordshire pasty.


Let's all watch out for this exciting season on TLC! :D

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