ITV's BOSH! are hosting live cookalongs every night at 6pm

Henry and Ian are inviting viewers into their home to cook up dishes from their bestselling cookbooks together.

BOSH! Live
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You may recognise Henry Firth and Ian Theasby from Sunday morning ITV show, Living On The Veg.

Dubbed the vegan Jamie Olivers by The Times, BOSH! have a series of bestselling vegan cookbooks in their locker, as well as a new ITV show, Living On The Veg, and YouTube channel watched by millions.

But while they may not to be able to get to the studio, Ian and Henry are inviting viewers into their home to cook dinner alongside the TV chefs. Each week, there will be a different theme, centred around foods you're likely to already have in your cupboards.

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"Meat, eggs and dairy can be tricky to get hold of at the moment - so let us introduce you to some amazing, easy, insanely tasty dishes, that are all made from plants" they said.

"Brilliant new ideas you can add to your weekly menus. From our kitchen to yours, we hope to see you cooking along with us."

BOSH! Live

When can I watch BOSH! Live?

The BOSH! Live cooking class will be broadcast on the BOSH! YouTube channel at 6pm from 6-10 April. You can subscribe to the YouTube channel here.

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What kind of food will Ian and Henry be cooking during BOSH! Live?

This week, Henry and Ian will be paying homage to the humble potato and showing how versatile this veg can be. Highlights include Easy Curry Crusted Potatoes to Guacajacks and Bacon Cheeseburger Hasselback Potatoes, all recipes from their cookbooks.

BOSH! Live

What if I don't have all the ingredients in?

The ingredients list will be released in advance for the week ahead, but don't worry if you don't have all the ingredients in your cupboards, as there will be tips on swaps throughout.

How do I find out what's on the menu next week?

The coming week's dishes and shopping lists will be released on the BOSH! website, so you have time to pick up or order the relevant ingredients if you wish.

Lauren Hughes

Lauren is the former Deputy Digital Editor at woman&home and became a journalist mainly because she enjoys being nosy. With a background in features journalism, Lauren worked on the woman&home brand for four years before going freelance. Before woman&home Lauren worked across a variety of women's lifestyle titles, including GoodTo, Woman's Own, and Woman magazine.