Jamie Cooks Italy

Jamie Cooks Italy

Jamie Cooks Italy is a celebration of the joy of Italian food. Jamie wants to share his love of all things Italian with accessible, best-ever recipes for Classic Carbonara, Salina Chicken, Stuffed Focaccia, Baked Risotto Pie, Pot-Roasted Cauliflower and Limoncello Tiramisu. This is about bringing the pleasure and passion of the world's favourite cuisine to your kitchen at Jamie Cooks Italy is a celebration of the joy of Italian food. Jamie wants to share his love of all things Italian with ac...

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Title:Jamie Cooks Italy
Author:Jamie Oliver
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Genres:Food and Drink
ISBN:Jamie Cooks Italy
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:408 pages pages

Jamie Cooks Italy Reviews

  • Terri
    Nov 06, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

  • Kat Arnett
    Feb 09, 2019

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

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  • Natasha
    Dec 01, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

  • Dominic Garvin
    Jan 19, 2019

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

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  • Roxy
    Oct 05, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

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  • Sharon
    Nov 13, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

  • snowpeach
    Aug 26, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

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  • Stela
    Nov 02, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

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  • Rikke
    Sep 03, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

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  • Chris
    Nov 05, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

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  • Wendy Armstrong
    Dec 20, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

  • Jenni
    Jan 30, 2019

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

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  • Ewa
    Oct 22, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

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  • Jake Metler
    Jan 17, 2019

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

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  • Erin
    Jan 01, 2019

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

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  • Nick Sanders
    Aug 22, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

  • Liz C
    Nov 03, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

  • Laura
    Oct 15, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

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  • Katie Cat Books
    Oct 30, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

  • Pat Turmel
    Dec 30, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

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  • Anne
    Aug 22, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

  • Adam
    Jan 10, 2019

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

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  • Claire
    Jan 06, 2019

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

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  • Nadine Pott
    Jan 21, 2019

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

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  • Tricia
    Nov 04, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

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  • Matej
    Dec 02, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

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  • Nancy Gordos
    Sep 17, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

  • Eric Thiel
    Dec 22, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

  • David Christie
    Dec 27, 2018

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...

    A lovely book. Mouth watering recipes, beautiful photographs and lovely Nonna's. Something for everyone. ...

    Some great recipes. beautiful photographs,and the Nonna's what's their not to like? ...

    I've always liked Jamie and his cookbooks. This one gets and keeps your attention with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photographs. The recipes are practical enough to make on weeknights or as a family together on weekends. Highly recommend. ...

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  • Lotta Walinen
    Jan 05, 2019

    Not the usual nonchalant throwing about of ingredients, but a more mature Jamie. Respectful of his resources, a true love and enjoyment of Italian cooking, and ditto for the nonnas. A must have! ...

    What a let down. After three great books in a row from him... possibly three of his best (Super Foods, Super Foods Family and Quick & Easy 5 Ingredients) this one hits the bookshops. When it comes to Italian recipes, there are books done a lot better and with a lot more originali...

    Jamie and Gennaro travel through areas of Italy this time that truly thrilled me watching the series on TV. So many we have travelled to ourselves but their approach to find the real Nonnas and country cooking of each stop was wonderful and from it some pretty great tasting recipes. A...

    Really good recipes but only three stars because of Jamie Oliver's stupid obsession with the bloody 'nonnas'. Nobody goes around Italy randomly calling absolutely every 50+ woman a 'nonna'. His superfluous two-page profiles of granny Titta or granny Linda spoil this book for me. Why on...

    Authentic Italian passion for food. Great recipes that anyone can follow with ingredients that won't have you trekking mountains or taking out a loan to acquire. Excellent health and nutrition information is a welcome addition to cook books. Am trying the Amalfi Lemon Tart tonight, wis...

    There's a link in the back of the book where the recipes are sorted by lactose free, gluten free, veg and vegan. ...

    Some lovely new recipes in here but I didn't think it was as good as his previous book on Italy. He does make it easy for you though, nice clear instructions, great T.V as well with Gennero. ...

    Jamie Oliver never stops to amaze you! truly recommend it ...