Jamie magazine is another offering from chef Jamie Oliver in a bid to change and develop the way we view and prepare food, and the way we eat. Celebrating good food and with loads of inspiration and suggestions guaranteed to generate meal time mania in your friends and loves ones, Jamie magazine is packed with recipes, as well as stories, people, and photography from Jamie’s world.
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This Jamie Oliver magazine is a bi monthly title with all the laid back and fresh cookery recipes you would expect from Jamie Oliver. Plenty of travel to interesting destinations included and always a couple of local recipes broken down easily for you to try at home. Also uses the magazine as another mouthpiece for growing your own food and enjoying the basic ingredients.
Jamie Oliver first made it to fame with his series, The Naked Chef. It wasn’t him though – it was the food! Famed for the simplicity of his recipes, Jamie Oliver let the flavours of the food shine, instead of dressing it to the point of drowning it in other seasonings.
More recently, he has made the headlines again and again for his work in schools, changing the way children eat, combating childhood obesity and improving the health of children everywhere.
Jamie Oliver was awarded an MBE in 2003, and a TED award in 2010 – an award of £100,000 to go towards the recipient’s dream of changing the world. He’s recently gone to America to challenge America’s fast food obsession, and has positively affected millions of lives: improving their diet, and improving their health.
All in all, Jamie Oliver is a food crusader, but strip it back down to the basics: taken naked, it’s the deliciousness and simplicity of his food that made him famous, and continues to make him loved and renowned today.
Jamie magazine takes food travels all over the world and back in time as well: with the history of dishes and ingredients, local recipes and exotic destinations, and even how good food affects our moods. Jamie magazine practices what it preaches: it now even has its own beehive.