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Quintessential Jamie - substantial and fun 15 novembre 2011
Par Marianne - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Jamie's Great Britain is jam-packed with interesting takes on British dishes both familliar (Toad-in-the-Hole, Fish Pie, Victoria Sponge, Scotch Eggs, Yorkshire pud) and esoteric or eccentric (Welsh Surf & Turf of lamb and lobster, White Pepper Skate, Roast Quail Skewers with Celeriac & Fennel, Oysters Three Ways) plus some nostalgic (St Clement's Cake, Retro Arctic Roll, Trifle).

Many local specialties are represented, such as Cornish Pasties, Cranachan, Welsh Cakes, "King of Mash" Irish Champ, and Clootie Dumpling, all with a twist or two. Afternoon tea and cricket matches get a look-in with Earl Grey Tea Loaf, Eccles Cakes and some interesting variations on shortbread (lemon thyme-vanilla, lavender & honey). And there are introductions to local folks with their own small businesses, such as Wilkins Cider, Westcombe Cheddar, Arbroath Smokies and Mark's Bread. Some nice condiments and menu suggestions, too.

Jamie talks about the many cultural influences on British cooking and tosses a bit of history in with some of these dishes. There's a visit to the Lea & Perrins factory, for instance, and cooking with the Yemeni community of Cardiff. Add an unobtrusive undercurrent of sustainability - the reader is gently reminded that in the UK, certain less familliar fish like coley or gurnard taste wonderful in place of scarce cod, and prawns should be responsibly sourced; allotments are celebrated with photos and recipes.

Lots of nice salads, soups, veg, Sunday roasts, scrummy puds, a chapter on the seaside and a chapter on "wild food" i.e. game and foraging, plus my favourite, a chapter on breakfasts. This is a UK cookbook and all measurements are to UK standards - if cooking in the USA you'll need to translate them to US standards. That said, ingredients tend to be for the most part readily obtainable and not fancy, and neither are most of the recipes, which are conversational in tone; it's the combinations, presentation, and enthusiasm that set Jamie apart. This book is big and lavishly photographed, with loads of straightforward recipes (almost 400 pages, 2 pages to a recipe), cheerful, chatty, inspirational and fun. Jamie is on form.
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Jamie's Great Britain 13 juin 2012
Par Cynthia Oetjen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This book has amazing color photos of the finished recipe presentations. In many instances a brief history of the dish's origin is included. The recipes are authentic traditional British fare and are splendidly prepared with exacting instructions. A must have for any serious chef's library.
Great British Food 23 octobre 2014
Par Desert_Wind - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Everything British everything good with all the stories. I like it that some of the recipes come with Healthy options. I'm really happy that this book is akin to the Naked Chef days without a hint of the pink slime.
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Beautiful photos, but lacking in recipes 8 novembre 2012
Par C. Taylor - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I check out new cookbooks from the library before I commit to buying one (something I wish I had done years ago as my collection is huge now). This book caught my eye and I have always enjoyed watching Mr. Oliver on cooking shows. He has great enthusiasm and happiness. While I did enjoy looking through the beautiful photos of some scenes of Great Britain, and reading about things like Jamie growing up in a pub, I didn't enjoy this cookbook. I didn't come across any recipes I would like to try, and I was distracted by things in the list of ingredients calling for "knobs" of butter. And I don't feel like some of the recipe had enough detail in them, and would have been hard to pull off.
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We love this book 21 décembre 2011
Par Frodo B. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
My mama and I already love Jamie Oliver, and I got her this book for Christmas. I'd never seen it before, and I wasn't quite sure how practical it would be, but we both love it! We've already made some stuff from it, and we even enjoy just reading it. How often is it that you like to just read a cookbook?
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