Save with Jamie: Shop Smart, Cook Clever, Waste Less Hardcover – 29 Aug 2013
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Jamie gets the nation cooking clever, shopping smart and wasting less with the book for the savvy cook, Save with Jamie (from publisher's description)
There is only one Jamie Oliver. Great to watch. Great to cook (Delia Smith)
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HardCover. Pub Date :2013-08-29 Pages: 288 Language: English Publisher: Michael Joseph Ltd Jamie gets the nation cooking clever. shopping smart and wasting less with his new cookbook. Save with Jamie.This year. Ive got the message loud and clear that as everyone comes under bigger and bigger financial pressure. they want help to cook tasty. nutritious food on a budget. so this book was born completely out of public demand.Save with Jamie draws on knowledge and cooking skills to help you make better choices. showing you how to buy economically and efficiently. get the most out of your ingredients. save time and prevent food waste.And theres no compromise - Im talking big flavours. comfort food that makes you happy. and colourful. optimistic dishes. Our biggest luxury is knowledge. whether times are hard or not. so get kitchen smart and smash the recession.Jamie Oliver started...See all Product description
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Great idea's for old bread, all odds and ends go straight in the freezer waiting to be baked into garlic bread, tuscan salads or croutons for soup. As a keen home cook i found all recipe's easy to follow, tonight we're having the minestrone with a mother ship chicken roast at the weekend with chicken pie made from the left overs. Apart from the odd slice of moldy bread or a couple of squished cherry tomato's in the back of the salad drawer we have zero food wastage, and eat like kings off an average of £35/week including all toiletries, cat food and cleaning stuff. Well worth it folks!
Today (Sunday) was a leg of lamb using the recipe from the book for a shoulder of lamb. Cut the cooking time down a little because of the weight of the leg and used dried rosemary because had no fresh, and it was fantastic. The two of us had a very nice roast lamb dinner (using the carrot recipe from the chicken mothership meal - absolutely delicious) and there is now enough left-over lamb in the freezer to make the scotch broth and the noodle salad. Hugely looking forward to cooking those.