TORONTO - Jamie Oliver finished shooting his latest reality TV show this weekend in West Virginia, but the celebrity chef wasn't about to take a day off.
Oliver was in Toronto on Sunday to give a sold-out talk at the city's Roy Thomson Hall.
The British cooking guru got an enthusiastic reception from the audience of about 2,300. Topics ranged from his love of chili to his naked cooking mishaps and his disgust at the contents of some school lunches.
Oliver flew to Toronto from Huntington, W. Va., where he's been filming "Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution."
The show features Oliver trying to change the eating habits in the city of about 50,000, which has been dubbed the unhealthiest in America.
It's expected to air on ABC next year.