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- James Trevor "Jamie" Oliver MBE (born 27 May 1975), sometimes known as The Naked Chef, is a British chef, restaurateur and media personality, known for his food-focused television shows, cookbooks and more recently his role in campaigning against the use of processed foods in national schools,
- Lostprophets (often stylised as lostprophets) are a Welsh rock band from Pontypridd, formed in 1997. Founded by vocalist Ian Watkins, bassist (later guitarist) Mike Lewis, drummer Mike Chiplin and guitarist Lee Gaze, they were originally a side-project to hardcore punk band Public Disturbance.
- A small, round pie or tart containing sweet mincemeat, typically eaten at Christmas
- (mince pie) pie containing mincemeat
- Mince pies have been around for centuries although not in the form we enjoy today. In the past mincemeat did, in fact, contain meat (beef, chicken, or fish) along with eggs but the dried fruit and spices were secondary flavors in the pie.
- Mince is usually ground meat but at Christmas small pies are made from rich, mixed fruit which are know as mince pies
jamie oliver mince pies - Jamie Oliver's
Jamie Oliver's Food Escapes: Over 100 Recipes from the Great Food Regions of the World
This new book of mine is all about fun, escapist recipes. It’s an adventurous cookbook that embraces the big hitters from the incredible countries I’ve visited recently, as well as completely new things I’ve made up by taking cues from the influences around me. I’ve taken some of the most famous and exciting dishes from these beautiful places and tweaked them so you can recreate the paellas of Spain, the tagines of Morocco and the risottos of Italy easily, and authentically, in your own kitchen.
Every now and then, being brave, escaping the daily routine and filling up on other cultures is a great thing to do. Just get out there and discover the fantastic flavors, people, and places that exist just a flight away.
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Jamie Oliver's mince pies
Faffy as hell to make (with filo and puff pastry) but much nicer than a bog standard pie. Plus we used port and cranberry mincemeat. Mmmmm.
With the left over filo pastry just tear it up into little peices and drop onto the the puff/filo mince pie cups....
jamie oliver mince pies
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