If Jamie and the Nonnas on Channel 10 has you drooling, you need the Jamie Cooks Italy cookbook to recreate the mouth-watering recipes at home.
Jamie Oliver started cooking at his parents' pub, The Cricketers,
in Clavering, Essex, at the age of eight. After leaving school he
began a career as a chef that took him to the River Cafe, where he
was famously spotted by a television production company.
His television and publishing career began in 1999 with The Naked Chef series. Since then he has set up Fifteen restaurant in London, changed school dinners in the UK and revolutionized home cooking. His charity, The Jamie Oliver Foundation, seeks to improve people's lives through food.
He writes for publications in the UK and around the world, including his own Jamie Magazine. Jamie lives in London and Essex with his wife Jools and their children.
Food is described in Jamie's trademark cheeky chappy style, but
infused with real, in-depth knowledge of Italian food. Bravo,
Jamie. * Mail Online *
An irresistible collection of classic Italian recipes, trusty old favourites like carbonara and ragu sitting alongside more inventive dishes including baked tiella rice with mussels or turbot al forno.
An essential purchase for any fan of Italian cuisine * Daily Express *
Every bookshelf needs this - it's Italian food, but not as you know it * The Times *
Jamie creates the ultimate manual for us to follow at home * Daily Star *
Jamie's ultimate go-to Italian cookbook. Jamie Cooks Italy shows you that authentic Italian cooking is simple, beautiful and achievable * RTE Guide *
Delicious (and easy) new recipes from Mr Oliver * The Daily Telegraph *
Jamie Oliver shares recipes he's gleaned from the heroines of Italian food * The Sunday Telegraph *
Grandmamma Mia, that's tasty! Jamie Oliver rekindles his Italian love affair to serve up classic family favourites * The Daily Mirror *
Jamie Oliver and Gennaro Contaldo set out to discover some of the country's most treasured and life-affirming dishes * i *
Jamie Oliver shares the recipes he's gleaned from the heroines of Italian food * The Sunday Telegraph *
Jamie has gone back to Italy's 'nonne' or grandmother's to help him rediscover rustic food * Sunday Mirror *
It's been a while since Jamie Oliver took us on a culinary adventure in Italy, but the chef couldn't resist his favourite cuisine any longer * Daily Star *
It is hard to fault Jamie Oliver on his Italian cooking * The Guardian *
Jamie Cooks Italy finds him heading out on a gastronomic adventure with his pal and mentor Gennaro Contaldo to celebrate traditional Italian home cooking * Daily Express *
Oliver is accompanied by former mentor Gennaro Contaldo to travel across Italy, meet locals and learn their culinary secrets * The Daily Telegraph *
One of the best Christmas gifts for bookworms * Sunday Telegraph *
Jamie Oliver is passionate about Italian food and here he serves up an essential collection of classic Italian recipes, from tried and trusty old favourites to more ambitious challenges * Daily Express *
Jamie Oliver's epic cookbook, in which he and Gennaro Contaldo travelled across Italy in two years, collecting the precious, home-kitchen recipes of Italian matriarchs * i *