Jamie's Italy, Hardback
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Explore "Jamie's Italy" - travel on a culinary tour with Jamie Oliver.

Ever since working at the River Cafe for Ruth Rogers and Rose Gray, Jamie Oliver has had a serious passion for Italian food.

Now, ten years later, Italy and its wonderful flavours continue to have a major influence on his food and cooking.

In "Jamie's Italy", Jamie travels this famously gastronomic country paying homage to the classic dishes of each region and searching for new ideas to bring home.

The result is a sensational collection of Italian recipes, old and new, that will ensure Italy's influence reaches us all.

On the menu is an array of magical ingredients and Mediterranean flavours all combined in Jamie Oliver's inimitable way.

From Parma ham to Parmesan, from pannetone to panzanella, "Jamie's Italy" will transport you to Italy or at least bring Italy home to you. "Brilliant, fabulous. The best of Italian cooking ...a truly inspirational Italian cookery course, teaching you everything from perfect pasta to sensational sea food". ("Daily Mail"). "There is only one Jamie Oliver. Great to watch. Great to cook". (Delia Smith). Jamie Oliver's career started as a chef at the River Cafe, where he was quickly spotted by the television company that made him famous as "The Naked Chef".

He has since published a huge range of bestselling cookery books, including "The Naked Chef", "The Return of the Naked Chef", "Happy Days with the Naked Chef", "Jamie's Kitchen", "Jamie's Dinners", "Jamie's Ministry of Food", "Cook with Jamie", "Jamie at Home", "Jamie Does", "Jamie's Great Britain", "Jamie's 30 Minute Meals" and "Jamie's 15-Minute Meals".


  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 336 pages, Illustrations
  • Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
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  • Category: TV / celebrity chef cookbooks
  • ISBN: 9780718147709



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Love Jamie! Love cooking!Not as good as some of his earlier books, but still great.