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Lindsay Lohan shares cooking tips with Jamie Oliver

Published 15/09/2016

Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan

The actress has moved on from her failed romance and is sharing her love of food on a British TV show.

Lindsay Lohan is the picture of domestic bliss as she shares her love of cooking with British TV chef Jamie Oliver.

The actress will be featured on an upcoming episode of cooking show, Jamie and Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast, alongside campaigning TV chef Jamie and his friend, farmer Jimmy Doherty.

Lindsay teased her appearance with posts on Twitter and Instagram on Wednesday (14Sep16) after wrapping up production on the program.

The Mean Girls actress posted a photo of herself smiling and looking on as Jamie tosses some broccolini.

“#jamieandjimmysfridaynightfeast #cook with #love with @jamieoliver @jimmysfarm #food #comingsoon #thankyou my friends of the crew and team of #jamieoliver and my team #backtowork #uk #grateful #chef,” the former child star captioned her photo.

The pair appeared to be preparing the broccolini to eat with a huge pie.

Lindsay's appearance on Friday Night Feast follows a host of A-listers such as Orlando Bloom, Goldie Hawn, Usain Bolt, Kate Hudson, Sienna Miller, Michael Sheen and Ellie Goulding who have all taken part in the show.

It was a less tumultuous image of Lindsay than has been seen in recent months. The actress has been weathering an acrimonious break up with former fiance Egor Tarabasov following a series of blazing rows.

The 30-year-old's newfound interest in food could be related to news she has reportedly moved on with restaurateur Dennis Papageorgiou.

The couple recently enjoyed a break in Greece, and smitten Dennis shared a snap on Instagram of the pair relaxing on the beach.

"Lindsay says they are very serious and she's been referring to him as the man who saved her from Egor," a source told British newspaper The Sun.

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