When is Eat Well For Less? on BBC One tonight, who is presenting with Gregg Wallace and how does the show work?
EAT Well For Less? is making a comeback to the BBC.
The show helps families across the UK save money, sort food facts from food fiction. and ultimately eat well for less.
What time is Eat Well For Less? on BBC One?
BBC show Eat Well For Less? returns for season 8, after two years away.
The first episode of this brand new series kicks off TONIGHT (May 19, 2022).
You can catch the action from 8pm on BBC One, and the show will last for an hour.
Fans can watch any missed episodes on the BBC iPlayer.
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Who hosts Eat Well For Less?
Jordan Banjo has taking over from previous host Gregg Wallace.
The TV and radio star is joined by Chris Bavin, a fresh producer importer who's been working on BBC food programmes since 2013.
Viewers may also know Chris from Food: Truth Or Scare, which he presented with Gloria Hunniford, and Tomorrow's Food.
He runs an award-winning grocery service, The Naked Grocer, with his wife.
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Meanwhile, Jordan first found fame after his dance troupe Diversity won the third series of Britain's Got Talent in 2009 – after that the TV jobs poured in.
He also hosts Kiss FM Breakfast show with fellow Diversity star Perri Kiely.
How does Eat Well For Less? work?
Chris and Jordan aim to show that delicious dinners don’t have to cost the earth, and help families change how they do their shopping and cook their dinners.
The show will focus on cheap recipes that are filling and taste fantastic too.
Ideas in the past have included things such as making your own fridge-favourites like coleslaw and filling family meals like big bowls of delicious pasta with sauces made from scratch.
The new series sees Chris and Jordan look at the difference between use by and best before dates.
They also take part in a taste test like no other.
Plus Jordan shows Chris how to make a simple sweet treat that uses up what so many of us throw out.
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