Jamie Oliver’s Food Tube Books

| June 23, 2014 | 2 Comments

I am a huge fan of Jamie Oliver.  Not just his skills as a Chef but what he is trying to do to help people get inspired to cook ‘real’ food, especially for the younger generation.

Here are three of his latest books which are worth the investment.

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The BBQ Bookbuy it here

Jamie Oliver’s Food Tube presents The BBQ Book, a collection of 50 incredible recipes that’ll change the way you barbecue, from Food Tube’s own DJ BBQ. “With the recipes in this book, DJ BBQ’s super-fun videos on Food Tube and a little bit of his heart and soul, your barbecue will never be the same again”. (Jamie Oliver). American DJ and barbecue cook DJ BBQ is all about cooking over wood and coal, from huge hunks of meat cooked slow and low to quick-fire grills and dishes to feed a crowd, plus a whole load of ‘rad’ sides and marinades that will blow your mind. DJ BBQ’s smokin’ hot recipes include: Cherry-wood smoked chicken, Bodacious burgers and Classic Texan brisket, as well as Candied pork tenderloin, Kick-ass fish tacos and Grilled tomato slabs. A man of many talents, Christian Stevenson, aka DJ BBQ, is a food columnist for FHM magazine, won a BAFTA for his Channel 5 show RAD, and his fantastic food van in Brighton was voted Best BBQ Shack in 2013. Learn how to transform your barbecue with all the heat of The BBQ Book, and throw together a feast that will tempt everyone back for seconds.

The Cake Bookbuy it here

Jamie Oliver’s Food Tube presents The Cake Book, a collection of 50 deliciously inventive and exciting cake and cupcake recipes from Food Tube’s own Cupcake Jemma. “Split up seasonally, you’ll have a wonderfully naughty treat to choose from, whatever the time of year – this book might be small in size, but it’s crammed full of brilliant recipes”. (Jamie Oliver). As owner of Crumbs & Doilies, one of London’s most creative cake and cupcake bakeries, Jemma shows you the easiest everyday classics alongside four chapters of super-cool seasonal cake recipes. With step-by-step instructions alongside handy hints and tips The Cake Book is a beautifully presented collection of recipes you’ll want to bake time and again, including epic layer cakes such as Raspberry Ripple, Super Lemon Meringue and Ridiculous Chocolate as well as amazing cupcakes like Blueberry Cheesecake, Buttered Popcorn, Cookies & Cream, Eton Mess and more. Jemma Wilson began baking professionally at the esteemed Rose Bakery before starting her own business in 2006. Crumbs & Doilies has since become one of the most respected and exciting makers of cakes and cupcakes in London, with an emphasis on top quality ingredients, imaginative flavours, beautiful presentation and attention to detail that Jemma carries through to all her recipes.

The Family Cook Bookbuy it here

The Family Cookbook, a selection of 50 hearty, everyday recipes, from Food Tube’s own Kerryann Dunlop. “Kerryann is a big character with a tone and style that’s warm, motherly and gentle – with these recipes and her thrifty family tips and tricks, you’ll have a bunch of recipes that’ll serve you well for years to come”. (Jamie Oliver). Kerryann’s no-nonsense approach to creating comforting family meals show that it’s not hard to eat delicious food on a tight budget. She also has plenty of tips and tricks to get the most out of fresh, simple ingredients. Her simple twists on meat, fish and veg classics include: Homemade fish fingers and minty smashed peas, Potato, chickpea and cauliflower curry, and Lamb chops with aubergine salad and cucumber and mint yoghurt. Kerryann came into the public eye as one of Jamie Oliver’s ‘Fifteen’ apprentices on Channel 4. Originally from Hackney, East London, she qualified as a silver-service waitress before her life was changed by being selected to train with Jamie. Her expertise as both a mother and a chef makes The Family Cookbook the perfect guide to delicious, fuss-free family eating.

Each book is just $15.99 … bargin!!

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  1. Danielle says:

    Awww guys, you spelt his name wrong!! ;D

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