Jamie's America Cookbook £5.99 @ Sainsburys (instore) - HotUKDeals
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Had plenty of these in Sainsburys Hayes store. All price tagged at £5.99 - doesn't seem to be a limited or special offer.

Lovely, hardback book with amazing recipes.
Cheapest since Book People sold out.
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#1
got this free from books direct deal its an awful book not worth the price at all please flick through it b4 you buy . i wont vote cold as others may like it ...
#2
Heat. I really like jamie, this book is £10.70 at amazon including delivery.
#3
Reeferman
got this free from books direct deal its an awful book not worth the price at all please flick through it b4 you buy . i wont vote cold as others may like it ...

I guess that's subjective. I've bought it for myself and as gifts for friends and it's always had good feedback. There are many new ideas for food lovers like me to try out.
#4
Purchased three of these last week online from the The Book People they where £5.00 each, good book and at this price a great stocking filler :)

MM
#5
I noticed the book people had it for a fiver but they are sold out now + free del is only on orders over £25.
#6
i dunno about this book, but as far as his TV version of it was concerned, complete bullShhhht the way he tried to provoke some of the American 'everyday people' he featured to make specifc political critiques.,

For example, he goes to the SOUTH and while visiting a group upper middle class old conservative white women and asks them what they think of the nation's first Black President - did they vote for him / happy with what he's done blah blah blah. Just one example.

This stuttering freak needs to stop tying his frilly apron too tightly - stick to pots and pans, dip$hit, and leave the politics out of your innane commentary and uninspiring show.





Edited By: Spaceball1 on Nov 04, 2010 11:16: .
#7
Reeferman
got this free from books direct deal its an awful book not worth the price at all please flick through it b4 you buy . i wont vote cold as others may like it ...



free from books direct ?
#8
Spaceball1
i dunno about this book, but as far as his TV version of it was concerned, complete bullShhhht the way he tried to provoke some of the American 'everyday people' he featured to make specifc political critiques.,For example, he goes to the SOUTH and while visiting a group upper middle class old conservative white women and asks them what they think of the nation's first Black President - did they vote for him / happy with what he's done blah blah blah. Just one example.This stuttering freak needs to stop tying his frilly apron too tightly - stick to pots and pans, dip$hit, and leave the politics out of your innane commentary and uninspiring show.

Yes let the kids eat processed pizza for breakfast and luminous milk. What a great start in life they are getting.
As long as a successful British export like JO doesn't upset you all will be well. Interesting you choose to pick up on a couple of small bits from teh show rather than the main point of the programme - says a lot about Britain today and how we seem to hate success

The best thing JO has done is raise the profile of food and healhy food for kids. Personally i believe he does care and has several kids of his own so "gets it". Many parents simply don't "get it" and continue to slowly kill their own children by giving them crap day in day out. there would be uproar if you gace your child a cigarette but starngely not if you feed them KFC, MCD all the time etc etc - funny old world

As for the book I don't think its one of his best, but at £5 it probably is worth adding to the collection

Edited By: P.E on Nov 08, 2010 10:01: spelling
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Still plenty available at my local when I popped in this morning.

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