BBC One Saturday food will now be broadcast daily to help viewers block coronavirus – The Sun

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BBC ONE’S Saturday Kitchen Live will now be broadcast daily to help viewers block the coronavirus.

Daily Kitchen Live will be hosted by familiar face Matt Tebbutt in the usual ensemble and author of Tin Can Cook and Cooking on a Bootstrap, Jack Monroe.

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    Saturday Kitchen Live, hosted by Matt Tebbutt, will now be available every day of the week3
Saturday Kitchen Live, hosted by Matt Tebbutt, will now be available every day of the week

Jack will provide viewers with easy, accessible recipes using whatever people can find in the closet while the coronavirus is locked.

The BBC said, “The series will air every weekday morning and address the lock-in challenges faced by viewers on a budget and provide insight into how to go a little bit of the way.

“True to the entertainment values ​​of Saturday Kitchen Live, it will also reflect the ever-changing challenges that people at home face.

“Daily Kitchen Live will prepare healthy, wholesome and affordable meals in each episode, using ingredients we know are available in stores, along with tips for cooks of all skill levels.”

    Jack Monroe helps people cook on a budget3
Jack Monroe helps people cook on a budgetCredit: document
    She is the author of Cooking on a Bootstrap and Tin Can Cook

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She is the author of Cooking on a Bootstrap and Tin Can Cook

“Viewers will be able to ask questions and offer their own advice.

“There will also be an opportunity to challenge Matt and Jack to come up with ideas using what they have hidden in their closets and to show their own efforts. “

They added, “Daily Kitchen Live will connect with food heroes who are mobilizing to help others and will celebrate everyone in the food chain, doing their best to keep the nation fed. “

Jack – who helps people with recipes on his Twitter account – said on social media: “I can confidently say that it wouldn’t have happened without all of you and the absolute STINK that you launched by demanding that I make a program. So thank you for believing in me, and I am delighted to disappoint you in new and countless ways every day!

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“I have to call my mom now. “

Matt said, “I am really delighted to welcome this new show to the BBC.

“It will be a great way to share fun every morning with the viewers, while sharing our ideas for quick and simple recipes that will allow the whole family to cook.” “

Saturday Kitchen had to take additional measures to comply with government rules on social distancing.

Michelle Keegan retired as guest on Saturday to stay isolated with Mark Wright.

A source told The Sun Online: “Michelle’s priority is to stay safe and follow government advice to stay at home in isolation with Mark. “

Michelle’s absence was a big blow to the BBC this morning as she is one of the country’s most beloved actresses for her work on Corrie, as well as Our Girl and Brassic.

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