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Jamie: Keep Cooking and Carry On

By Marty Brown, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Charming cooking show keeps things simple and practical.

TV Hulu Educational 2020
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Even in this age of information, it can be difficult to learn how to do simple things. Thousands of guitar instructors can be found online, but try finding someone who can teach you how to do laundry properly. What makes Jamie: Keep Cooking and Carry On so great is that he keeps things simple and accessible, which is rarer than it seems. Many TV chefs put flourishes on their food that can be difficult to replicate at home, but Chef Jamie seems truly invested in getting families through mealtimes in a way that is fun, quick, and stress-free. Over time, he provides viewers with cooking fundamentals that can come in handy for years to come.

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