Jamie Oliver's Christmas Cookbook

Jamie Oliver's Christmas Cookbook

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Jamie Oliver's Christmas Cookbook is packed with all the classics you need for the big day and beyond, as well as loads of delicious recipes for edible gifts, party food, and new ways to love those leftovers. It's everything you need for the best Christmas ever. Inside you'll find all the classics as well as tasty alternatives, including: salmon pate, apple and squash soup; roast turkey, goose and venison; nut roast and baked squash; best roasties, baked mash, parsnips, glazed carrots, four ways to do sprouts; gravies and cranberry sauce, meat and vegetarian stuffings; turkey risotto; Christmas trifles, pavlova; chocolate logs, Christmas cake, mince pies, gingerbread, baked camembert, smoked salmon bilinis, hot buttered rum and many, many more delicious recipes. "I've got all the bases covered with everything you need for the big day and any feasting meals over the festive period, as well as party fare, edible gifts, teatime treats, cocktails, and of course, exciting ways to embrace and celebrate those leftovers. You'll also find all the deeply important technical info you need, such as cooking charts, and wherever possible, I've designed the recipes to be cooked at the same oven temperature, so you can be efficient with time and oven space, and it'll be super-easy for you to mix and match the different elements and build your own perfect Christmas meal. I haven't held back. This book is the greatest hits, all wrapped up in one Christmas parcel, and I hope you have fun looking through, picking your recipes, and building your own plan.".
Publisher: New York : Flatiron Books, 2017
Edition: First U.S. edition
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9781250146267
Branch Call Number: Cooking 641.5686 Oli
Alternative Title: Christmas cookbook


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Jan 04, 2018

Admittedly, this is presented as a cookbook for special holiday meals, but I think most of the recipes are beyond what someone would prepare if not holding a formal dinner party. It is well organized and nicely illustrated though. I was a little surprised that his trifle recipe contained jello and not traditional English custard made from scratch (super easy) or worse from custard powder.

Nov 13, 2017

Super fancy; the pictures look great. He goes into a lot of detail on preparing a variety of meats. There are a lot of dishes and pretty much every one has a picture. The recipes are divided into sections like appetizers, meats, pastas, vegetarian, potatoes, salads, desserts, etc. I thought the 4 brussel sprout recipes looked good as well as the 4 flavored butters, but I wouldn't attempt much else from this collection unless I'm feeling extremely competent and want to try to make my own pasta dough and ragu sauce for homemade raviolis. Altogether, the book is quite large; there are two bookmark ribbons attached.


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