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The Jamie Oliver effect

The man, the food, the revolution
The Jamie Oliver effect
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11,83 €

Author: Gilly Smith
Availability: 2 semanas
Language: Inglés
Format: Tapa blanda, 272 pp, 13x19,5 cm
Publisher: Andre Deutsch, 2008, 9780233002569
Publisher review:
Jamie Oliver, extraordinary cook and cheeky chappie from the ground-breaking TV series The Naked Chef, has grown up to become one of the world’s favourite social revolutionaries. With numerous TV appearances to his name, he has encouraged and international audience of fast-food junkies t get cooking and has put the passion back into eating. His altruistic streak became clear when he launched London restaurant Fifteen; he went on to create a revolution in school canteens in the UK, a mass market for free-range chickens, and is set t become our 21st century minister of food with his latest campaign to tackle the way we buy, grow and cook British food.
The story of Jamie Oliver is the story of a food revolution. Speaking to people at the very heart of this culinary makeover, from chefs and food stars to politicians and media commentators, Gilly Smith asks if it was Jamie who struck the match, or whether it was simply time to turn up the heat under a world finally ready to feed itself.

Index:
- The adventures of a Huckleberry Finn.
- In the name of the father.
- The winters of discontent.
- White Heat.
- Sowing the seeds of change.
- Creating a scene.
- The streets of London.
- Meeting his mentor.
- The River Café.
- TV nation.
- Getting naked.
- The sweet smells of success.
- The Chelsea set.
- Sweet and sour.
- The deepest cut.
- Spoiling the broth.
- Supermarket sweep.
- Happy days.
- Faith, hope ad charity.
- The party’s over.
- Becoming a family.
- Becoming a dad.
- Love is the message.
- The Jamie and Jools show.
- A grand opening.
- Sharing the bread.
- Please, Sir....
- Children’s choice.
- When Jeanette met Jamie.
- The politics of food.
- Back to basics.
- Slow Food.
- Heart and soul.
- Turning up the heat.
- Growing up.

About the author:
Gilly Smith is a journalist and food writer. She was a researcher on Channel 4’s Food File, the first TV series on the politics of food, and campaigns for the localisation of food. She has written for The Times, the Daily Telegraph, Taste magazine and New Woman. She is author of:
- Nigella Lawson. A biography.
- The Jamie Oliver effect.
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