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Something for the Weekend

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Jamie Oliver was a relative unknown when he became a Penguin author in 1999. Six TV series and worldwide sales of more than eight million copies of his five books later, he is one of the UK's favourite chefs and an international celebrity who has changed the face of the cookbook. In Something for the Weekend, Jamie pulls together a selection of crowd-pleasers to liven up a ...more
Paperback, Pocket Penguin 70ss #43, 57 pages
Published May 6th 2005 by Penguin Books
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Sep 19, 2015 Coenraad rated it it was amazing
I am now SO HUNGRY. And eager to start tossing things about in the kitchen and drizzling olive oil over all and sundry. I've never read a Jamie Oliver book, and have seen only very little of his television presentations. The varied, interesting and above all easy (sounding) recipes in this book is dressed in a light style which makes everything sound delicious and good for the soul. Definitely well done.

Jamie Oliver se gemaklike styl laat hierdie gevarieerde en maklike resepte klink na voedsel v
Dec 02, 2015 Andy rated it liked it
An extra star for an excellent title and for the cover artwork by Marion Deuchars. Kind of a let-down, since it's more of a promotional item for Penguin's seventieth birthday and just like fifty pages of weekend-related recipes Jamie Oliver thought up on the train ride to the publishers' offices. Still, you can't beat that cover.
May 12, 2014 Alix rated it liked it
Reads really easily, and makes cooking seem lighthearted, fun, and very manageable. Want to try out recipes from here.
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James Trevor "Jamie" Oliver, sometimes known as The Naked Chef, is an English chef and media personality well known for his growing list of food-focused television shows, his more recent roles in campaigning against the use of processed foods in national schools, and his ca
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