jamie christmas

We just love Christmas here at JamieOliver.com, and we really get into the spirit by offering you loads of helpful tips and festive recipes to make it an even more wonderful experience.

At the heart of everything we do on the site is amazing seasonal food cooked from scratch, but more than that, food to share with your loved ones. With this in mind we have some incredible recipes for you to cook up, such as a classic turkey, Jamie’s famous get-ahead gravy, vegetarian ideas, Christmas breakfasts, party food, side dishes, desserts and drinks.

To celebrate the success of the Save With Jamie book, we’re also giving you a Christmas Tip of the Day with ideas for home-made decorations, getting prepared for the big day, Christmas spice mixes and gift ideas.

There will also be an advent calendar from our friends at Jamie’s Food Tube channel, so be prepared to feel very, very Christmassy.

We’ll also be hosting a Christmas competition, so keep an eye out for your chance to win fantastic gifts worth more than £1,000 from Jamie’s Italian, Jamie Magazine, Recipease, Tefal and Philips!

So as we start our countdown to Christmas you can find everything you need for the perfect end to your year here on JamieOliver.com.

Merry Christmas from all of us…

Jim Tanfield

About the author

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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