Ready to get in the kitchen and cook up some British food? Gordon Ramsay, opens a new window, the famous foul-mouthed chef, who also has six Michelin stars, is currently on FOX's Masterchef Junior, opens a new window. Jamie Oliver, opens a new window burst on to the American television scene in 2011 with Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution (ABC), opens a new window to promote healthy eating and reduce childhood obesity. You might know Mary Berry, opens a new window and Paul Hollywood, opens a new window from The Great British Baking Show (PBS), opens a new window; catch up on previous seasons, opens a new window.
Drool over British Bake Off (as the Great British Baking Show is called in the U.K.) winner Nadiya's British Food Adventure cookbook. Pretend you're in Edwardian England alongside Downton Abbey cook Mrs. Patmore in The Unofficial Downton Abbey Cookbook (and ready about the kitchen maid's memoir, opens a new window that inspired the series). Learn about how the history of British's food in twenty meals and how it affected the world in The Taste of Empire. Did you know Cadbury chocolate is British and there was Chocolate Wars between the Cadburys and the Hersheys? And don't forget India Food & Cooking; India was under British rule until 1947.