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Welcome friends and family back around your table with Jamie Oliver’s brand-new cookbook, Together – a joyous celebration of incredible food to share.
Being with our loved ones has never felt so important, and great food is the perfect excuse to get together. Each chapter features a meal, from seasonal feasts to curry nights, with a simple, achievable menu that can be mostly prepped ahead.
Jamie’s aim – whether you’re following the full meal or choosing just one of the 130 individual recipes – is to minimize your time in the kitchen so you can maximize the time you spend with your guests.
Jamie’s Together also helps to take the stress out of cooking by arming you with tips, tricks, and hacks to stay organized and get ahead of the game.
Inspirational but practical, Together is about comfort, celebration, creating new memories, and, above all, sharing fantastic food.
This is about memorable meals, made easy. Let’s dig in – together!
This edition has been adapted for the US market.
Praise for Jamie’s 7 Ways:
“Cooking dinner just got easier (and tastier). Brilliant” – Mail on Sunday
“Easy, achievable and delicious; Oliver has created another fail-safe cookbook for families” – Daily Telegraph
“Perfect for anyone stuck in a cookery rut and in need of some inspiration” – Daily Mail
“Simple, affordable and delicious food designed for all the family” – i
"To be in a loved one's presence... that's what life is truly about," writes celebrity chef Oliver (Ultimate Veg) in this glib collection of recipes intended to be enjoyed with others. After a touching dedication to the U.K.'s National Health Service workers, he conveys his book's aim: "Think good old-fashioned dinner parties, celebrations... or just getting your nearest and dearest over for that wonderful end-of-the-week meal." But what follows is more of a haphazard assemblage of dishes and Pinteresty photo collages with captions such as "Recipes that can embrace a whole rainbow, in a comforting way, are a delight." Chapters are organized as menus, and aesthetic considerations, such as grilling potatoes "until beautifully bar-marked," abound. In a bid to offer comfort food, Oliver hews heavy: garlic knots with a cream cheese filling pair with rice and beans, and breaded chicken cutlets go with pesto, while a Bundt cake with veggies and cheddar, Hasselback potatoes with sausages, and a fennel gratin with more cheese are sides to accompany an "epic" roast. The aptly named Eton mess (a "megamix mish-mash") is one of several gloppy desserts. While there's much to gather over, these recipes are casting about for a cohesive theme.