Jamie's back with a vengeance. This time he's tackling school dinners and family meals . Jamie's Dinners sees Jamie Oliver going back to basics in the kitchen to revolutionise family meals. Jamie believes this is his most people-friendly book yet. In 'Family Tree' he takes recipes several different ways, giving you confidence whilst at the same time hoping to get you hooked on learning more. He also reveals the world's most-loved food from a global website survey he conducted: the Top Ten dishes that families love to eat together. See if your favourite makes the list. Then follow Jamie as he takes on arguably his biggest and bravest challenge yet - to uncover the shocking truths about school meals and try to reinvent them for good. With over 100 brand new recipes, this book is all about making cooking inspiring and accessible.
About The Author
Jamie Oliver started cooking at his parent's pub, The Cricketers, in Clavering, Essex, at the age of eight and has since worked with some of the world's top chefs. He is now running Fifteen - one of the best restaurants in London and the subject of the television series Jamie's Kitchen.
Jamie has written for The Times, as well as for GQ and Marie Claire magazines. He currently writes for Delicious magazine in the UK and Australia.
He also started, and continues to be involved with the Fifteen Foundation, which provides training and mentoring for disadvantaged young people - allowing them to follow their dreams and become chefs.
Jamie lives in London with his wife, Jools, and their four children.
Jamie shares the secret to delicious healthy family meals in Jamie's Dinners * from publisher's description * Superb, fabulous, brilliant * Daily Mail * Whether you're a seasoned pro or a complete novice, this book should be a vital ingredient on your kitchen shelves * Company * Oliver has never been more worthy of our admiration or respect * Tony Parsons, Daily Mirror *
For Ages: 18+ years old
Number Of Pages: 322
Published: 1st January 2010
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.6 x 19.0 x 3.0
Weight (kg): 0.98
Edition Number: 1