Jamie's Food Revolution: Rediscover How to Cook Simple, Delicious, Affordable Meals

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Hyperion Books, Oct 13, 2009 - Cooking - 360 pages
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Cooking good food from scratch is a skill that can save you money, keep you healthy, and make you and your family and friends happy. What the author tried to do in this book is pick a whole load of meals that everybody loves to eat and break them down to make them as simple as possible. There are plenty of clear instructions and step-by-step pictures, so whether the reader's an accomplished cook or a complete beginner, they will be able to enjoy cooking and achieve great results in the kitchen.

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User Review  - kmajort - LibraryThing

Another good one, with folks who don't have specialty food stores in their neighborhood. Or town. Or county! Plain ol' Joes learning how to make good food, nice read, excellent recipes. Read full review

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User Review  - dms02 - LibraryThing

It is hard to not get behind a book with such a worthy message. The photos are great - lots of steps and ingredient shots. The food looks good and I look forward to testing some of these recipes out. Read full review


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About the author (2009)

Jamie Oliver grew up in his parents' country pub, where he started cooking at the age of eight and has since worked with some of the world's top chefs. Jamie has starred in five television series. Jamie's Fifteen Foundation provides training and mentoring for disadvantaged young people and now has programs and restaurants in London, Cornwall, Amsterdam, and Melbourne. He's probably best known for his work as the Naked Chef--a young Brit who stripped down food to its bare essentials. Jamie lives in London with his wife Jools, and their daughters, Poppy and Daisy.

David Loftus is one of the world's most well regarded food and travel photographers. He works regularly with Jamie Oliver and has worked with Martha Stewart, Conde Nast Traveler, Food Illustrated, Australian Vogue and others.

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