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Cook the Book: Indian Lamb and Carrot Salad

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Jamie Oliver's warmly spiced Indian lamb and carrot salad is a "salad" in the same way that the Thai larb--ground chicken tossed with sweet basil and pungent shallots--is a salad, i.e. not really. But the pairing of carrot ribbons... More

Cook the Book: Sweet Cherry Tomato and Sausage Bake

Serious Eats Michele Humes 2 comments

Today's Cook the Book recipe, sweet cherry tomato and sausage bake, is a perfect way to make the most of less-than-stellar winter tomatoes. Drizzled with olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and fresh herbs, the cherry tomatoes are baked until they burst,... More

Cook the Book: Potato and Chorizo Omelette with a 'Kinda' Parsley Sauce

Serious Eats Michele Humes 4 comments

Jamie Oliver, author of this week's Cook the Book pick, describes his potato and chorizo omelette as a cross between a tortilla espaƱola and a frittata. These aren't the only categories the dish spans, as it is just as suitable... More

Cook the Book: Jamie at Home

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Words by Michele Humes | If you're already a fan of Jamie Oliver's, you'll adore Jamie at Home, his most lavish book yet. If, however, his laddish, larger-than-life demeanor rubs you the wrong way, there's a chance you'll struggle to get through his latest offering. As delicious as Oliver's recipes sound (Indian carrot and crispy lamb salad, anyone?), they're all transcribed in his playful, relentlessly wordy voice--a voice that turns what might have been three lines' worth of basic instructions into a spoken word poem of two paragraphs. If you can overlook a tone that borders on the twee, you'll find a really beautiful book, lushly illustrated and printed on weighty stock. The recipes are arranged by season and flanked... More

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