I think you should know that I am a HUGE fan of Jamie Oliver.
His pizza dough recipe is MY pizza recipe. From this cookbook:
I applaud him for his work trying to teach children and their families about the importance of cooking and nutrition.
|Barry will like this because his tongue is in his mouth...|
Our store now has lovely displays of healthy foods grouped together in pleasing ways and Jamie's recipes throughout the store and of course, Jamie cookware (there has to be something for Jamie besides just general goodwill I guess!)
But here's the thing: the gift collection is charming. We have already bought the measuring cups.
Now having Jamie Oliver as a consultant does not suddenly make us shop at Sobeys, but I must admit, it is a great coup for Sobeys to get him and is an interesting counterpoint to the Galen Weston juggernaut!
You can read the full article about the partnership here.
I personally love Jamie, have a lot of his cookbooks and find he and them to be reliably good food.
Anyone else spotting Jamie in their supermarket?
Have a great Tuesday and stay safe out there!
And Jamie - if you are reading this - pop over around 5 - we are having spatchcocked chicken leftovers!
Oh wait! Here is the picture of the original spatchcocked chicken:
It is from the October issue of Martha Stewart living (this is fresh from the oven before plating it with the cauliflower). You can get the recipe online here. The non-vegans in my life raved about it and I must admit - it was very juicy and tasty!
Besides the cauliflower, I also mad a squash soup, of my own design:
There is never a recipe - just a couple of kinds of roasted squash, pureed with some veggie broth and then combined with curry, salt and pepper and fresh sage to taste. We take our son a bowl at his job.
So that is REALLY all I have to say about cooking for today!