In the 3rd episode, Jamie Oliver travels to South Wales, where he learns about the impact the late-19th century coal boom has had on British food culture to this day. He samples classic Italian home cooking, and visits a mosque and community centre in Tiger Bay. Inspired by his experiences, he cooks a 12-hour rabbit bolognese and lamb lollipops with dips and toasted crunchy nuts.
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"Since I've been working in America, I've been overwhelmed by the number of people who have come out to support the Food Revolution. More than 630,000 people have signed the petition, over 300,000 of you subscribe to our newsletter and thousands of you have written to me. The only message I keep hearing is that you believe your kids need better food, and that you want help to keep cooking skills alive. That's why this Food Revolution matters."
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