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Jamie joined hordes of gardening and design fans at the 2013 Royal Chelsea Flower Show.

One of the gardens – for Gaze Burvill garden furniture designers – included Jamie’s Wood Fired Oven and he took time out to cook some flatbreads for the press and to chat all about it.

Even the Queen strolled past the stand while chef Dennis cooked up a rosemary flat.

The garden was situated in the main avenue near the show marquee, and famous visitors popping in and enjoying the food and beautiful furniture included Sir Paul Smith, Alan Titchmarsh and Kirsty Allsopp.

Jamie’s Wood Fired Ovens make an amazing addition to any serious cook’s garden, and the range includes the new Italian Designed Dome 60, so they look good as well.

Jim Tanfield

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I'm Jamie's Website Editor and as well as overseeing my brilliantly creative team I am always looking at ways to eat more great food because I'm always hungry and a little bit greedy. Desert island ingredient: Chillies Favourite dish: Anything Mexican...or French...Japanese...don't make me choose! Favourite Non-Jamie Restaurant: Cinnamon Club

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