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Jamie Oliver's Comfort Food: The Ultimate Weekend Cookbook (Anglais)

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Par Philippe Buschini TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 20 octobre 2014
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Un vrai trésor de gourmandises qui mérite bien le titre que Jamie Oliver lui a donné : Comfort Food. Une cuisine généreuse qui n'a rien de raisonnable, comme Jamie sait très bien le faire. Plus on tourne les pages, plus on en redemande et tant pis pour les kilos qui vont forcément augmenter l'embonpoint... En clair un livre qu'il faut réellement avoir pour lire, relire et cuisiner !
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HASH(0x95ed19e4) étoiles sur 5 Comfort food, in all of its forms; a great Oliver read 30 septembre 2014
Par outwest - Publié sur
Format: Relié
If you are a fan of Jamie Oliver and his style, this book won't disappoint, though the recipes cover a vast span of what defines as "comfort food". This is not your american comfort food book; it covers cuisine from lots of other cultures and I would assume that the idea of comfort food, like with all food, remains in the eye of the beholder. I will say that just looking at the pictures is enough to leave me hungry and hankering to jump into the recipes. Jamie's personality shines through the book, which is great since he brings sincere caring, humor, and a bit of unedited stream of thought to the table.

A fine cookbook, and a great read.
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HASH(0x95ed181c) étoiles sur 5 For me, without a doubt Jamie’s best book to date 4 juin 2015
Par Chris M - Publié sur
Format: Relié
If you can’t tell from the title of this review, I am so very impressed by this book. I own a lot of Jamie’s other books and certainly do like them, but I love this one for so many reasons…

I have posted a more in-depth review below as well as a full recipe list at the very end of this review but for those out there (and I know there are many of you) that want a quick summary of what’s hot and what’s not about this book, these first few paragraphs are for you.

What I LOVE about this book:

-The feel of the book, a small thing to some but the textured hard cover is lovely as are the individual recipe pages on good quality paper.
-The recipe images, there is an abundance for every single recipe, they are informative and inspiring (please see image uploads to see what I mean).
-The recipe formats and layout – you instantly see at the left of each recipe:
Number of servings
Time to make
Calories per serving
-Jamie’s intro at the beginning of each recipe, full of enthusiasm and instantly explains what the recipe is if unsure (a Pierogi is ‘basically a Polish boiled dumplin’… news to me!).
-The nutritional section at the back of the book, I always like to know the nutritional value of what I’m eating, it won’t spoil my chocolate brownie but it will make me balance my nutrition or exercise accordingly for the rest of the day.
-The recipes themselves are all dishes I WANT to and CAN make. See the recipe list at the end for yourself as this is pure opinion but these dishes are all my family’s kind of food and there is a great variety.

If you are not familiar with Jamie Oliver and his books I’d recommend trying out the trial recipes which are posted on The Times Newspaper’s website if you have access, at the moment there are 8 on there which, when you consider the book contains 100 recipes, it’s a great example of the type and styles of recipes in the book and it’s what we did.

Now normally in the first few paragraphs I’d write about things I dislike or I think could be improved with the book. Here I am struggling, really struggling. It’s sincerely everything I personally would want for in this type of book about comfort food; a nice variety of great looking food, with easy to follow conversational methods as well as hundreds of great images to inspire and educate. I sincerely don’t know what to put here for negatives. The book does, in my opinion, exactly what Jamie sets out for it to do, it’s a book I will definitely reach for when I want to make a weekend treat.

Ok and now for my even more in-depth review for those that are still with me, which I feel I must caveat with a statement about how I always try to look for constructive improvements a book / author can make for the reader, but sincerely in this instance it really is all positives, hence the 5 stars, I would wholeheartedly recommend it to Jamie Oliver fans and comfort food fans alike.

Firstly, as I mentioned previously, the book is a delight to behold, with a textured cover (I have uploaded a few images of this and a typical recipe page on this amazon product page!) and as with all of Jamie’s books that I have purchased, which is most of them now, the images from page to page are absolutely beautiful.

With there ‘only’ being 100 recipes in this rather thick book, you can see how multiple pages are dedicated to one recipe and with that are beautiful images as well as some great tips and information from Jamie every now and again.

This combination of images and great information (all with the usual great design and fonts Jamie puts into his books), make Comfort Food an absolute joy to browse and read even if not intending to cook from it anytime soon.

The book is split into the following 6 main recipe sections:

Good Mood Food
Pick Me Ups
Guilty Pleasures
Sweet Indulgence

Within each section there is a great variety of recipes so if looking for something specific it might be best to use the index at the back of the book. Worth noting the index has a nice touch whereby it marks recipes that are suitable for vegetarians with a ‘v’.

Where on earth Jamie gets his inspiration and invention from is beyond me considering we own at least eight of his books and have yet to feel like there are any repeats or rehashes from other books.

There is also a nutrition section at the back of the book, which lists calories, fat, saturates, carbs and sugar for every recipe. At the end of the nutrition section it acknowledges that the nature of comfort food means the recipes are often indulgent, but as a reader I sincerely appreciate just being informed on what I am eating.

Now on to the main thing for me with any book, the recipe pages and trials of the recipes.

The recipe pages are laid out in a great manner for me, as mentioned before each lists number of servings, prep time and calories. The first two certainly help when flicking through for inspiration and considering when I want to make these meals. Though most I think would be made on a weekend owing to their indulgent nature, there are plenty around the 30 / 40 minute mark if you wanted to do some mid-week too.

We actually did the chicken tikka masala mid-week and it was very true to time (I’m usually a little slow to prep anyway but the recipe states 1hr 20mins and I was about 1hr 30mins after having marinating overnight), and more importantly it was delicious. The recipe states serves 6 – 8 and it did 4 adults and two hungry teenagers comfortably.

My wife also baked the peanut butter and jelly brownies, as big fans of peanut butter in our household these were nothing short of phenomenal, it seems so obvious that nuts and chocolate work so well together but these really worked better than we had hoped and a real hit.

Well in summary, I really do think this book is fantastic. I expected it to be good as we have continued to like all of Jamie’s books and always find ourselves going back to them, I have no doubt we will do the same with this one but I will post an update in a few weeks’ time with how we get on.

Recipe list:


Chicken Tikka Masala
Shepherd’s Pie
Beans on Toast
Super Schnitzel
Curried Fish Pie
Retro Layered Salad
Giant Sausage Roll
Jerk Ham, Eggs and Chips
Mushroom Soup and Pasta Bake
Chicken Kiev
Big British Meatballs
Posh Pot Noodle
Mini Fish and Chips
Condiments; curry sauce, tartare sauce, mushy peas, let’s chat pickles (not a recipe )
Chicken Shawarma
Shawarma accompaniments; amba sauce, silken houmous, tabbouleh, pickled veg
Double Whammy Toad in the Hole
Mum’s smoked Haddock
Proper Porridge

Good Mood Food

Gorgeous Gado Gado
Insanity Burger
Brazilian Feijoada
Katsu Curry
Irresistible Pork Buns
Nasi Goreng
Ultimate Crab Cakes
Happiness is a Bacon Sarnie
Chicken Satay
Black Cod
Ghanaian Groundnut Stew
Best Cornbread and Chipotle Butter
Beef Wellington
Divine Dosa
Hot Smoked Salmon Club Sandwich
Gnocchi and Squash Sauce
Top Quesadillas
Greek Egg and Chips
Pulled Pork and Sweet Potato Hash
Bloody Mary Beef

Pick me Ups

Best Bun Cha Bowls
Spinach, bacon and pine nut salad
Huevos Rancheros
Ultimate Black Daal
Steaming Ramen
Polish Pierogi
Superfood Salad
Masala Eggs
Blushing Spaghetti Vongole
Pho Sure, it’s Good
Massaman Curry
Ultimate Arrabbiata
Chicken Broth, Veg and Pesto
Kushari Al Forno
Drinks; Bellini, Tom Collins, Mojito, Smokin’ Bloody Mary


Winter Nights Chilli
Gyoza with Crispy Wings
Cassoulet de Essex
Royal Pasta Dough
Play Time
Prawn Linguine
Crab Linguine
Bolognese Ravioli
Tortellini Primavera
Crispy Duck Lasagne
Proper Veg Lasagne
Ossobuco Alla Milanese
Risotto Allo Zafferano
Making Kielbasa
Cooking and Serving Kielbasa
My Bouillabaisse
Mayonnaise Four Ways
Overnight Roasted Pork Shoulder
Mighty Greek Moussaka

Guilty Pleasures

Salt and Pepper Squid
Number One Toasted Cheese Sandwich
Butter and Sage Gnudi
Pizza Perfection
Lobster Mac and Cheese
Tear n Share Garlic Bread
Southern Fried Chicken
Aubergine Parmigiana Sandwich
Sticky Chinese Ribs
Super Eggs Benedict
Chicken and Mushroom Pie
Beef and Barley Buns
Unbelievable Provencal Bake
Next Level Steak and Onion Sandwich

Sweet Indulgence

Dreamy Marshmallow Pavlova
Scrumptious Sticky Toffee Pudding
Pineapple Upside-down Cake
Chocolate Celebration Cake
Milk Tart
Chocolate Profiteroles
Double Vanilla Ice Cream
Mint Choc Chip Ice Cream
Salted Caramel Ice Cream
Rum and Raisin Ice Cream
Raspberry Ripple Ice Cream
The Jaffa Cake
Amazing Apple Pie
Jamaican Ginger Cake
Hummingbird Cake
Devil’s Double Choc Malt Cookies
Bonkers Bread and Butter Panettone Pudding Tart
Rhubarb and Potted Custard
Brazilian Teardrop Doughnuts
Molten Cheesecake
Magnificent Marshmallows
Beautiful Black Forest Gateau
Tutti Frutti Pear Tarte Tatin
German Coffee Cake
Peanut Butter and Jelly Brownies
Ultimate Hot Chocolate
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HASH(0x95ed1a08) étoiles sur 5 My new favorite!! 12 octobre 2014
Par D. Crocetti - Publié sur
Format: Relié
My new favorite cookbook. Plus it's gorgeous to look at (David Loftus' photos are amazing) Recipes are totally do-able and delicious. Also Thank goodness for amazon to help acquire a couple of more esoteric ingredients (native to the UK I imagine) that you can not find in a small city. Get this book. You won't regret it one iota.
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HASH(0x95ed1714) étoiles sur 5 The only bad part of this book is trying to stay skinny ... 11 décembre 2014
Par A. Steel - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
The only bad part of this book is trying to stay skinny if you leave it lying around. Yum, yum, yum.
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HASH(0x95ed1bb8) étoiles sur 5 Not as good as other Jamie Oliver's books 24 octobre 2014
Par Cristina - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Not as good as other Jamie Oliver's books, but still pretty great. Everything always turns out fantastic and the recipes are never too hard or with too hard to find ingredients.
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