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Story by Nikki Giles Our eighth group of apprentices started the course at Fifteen about a month ago. Their schedule is quite busy from the start and includes: “¢ 4 days at Lewisham College studying their NVQ Level 2 in Professional Cooking “¢ 1 day working in the Fifteen kitchen and “¢ 1 day with Read the full article…

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Story by Erica Soto For Andrew Parkinson, the journey to the 2009 ING New York City Marathon began with a restaurant. Parkinson, 42, from Ellesmereport, England, ran with “Team Fifteen,” all staff of the restaurant Fifteen in London. The ten runners hoped to raise £50,000 to support the restaurant. The non-profit restaurant and charity, founded Read the full article…

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Story by Paul Dring It’s hard to believe that Jamie Magazine is almost a year old! To celebrate its first year, the mag team has gathered together their favourite recipes from the first six issues into handy cookbook, which goes on sale today. Jamie Magazine Recipe Yearbook is packed with 365 great recipes, tips and Read the full article…

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Story by Camilla Cameron The dedicated ladies working the Jamie’s Ministry of Food Centre in Rotherham were featured in a fantastic article in the The Guardian earlier this week. The newspaper’s Michele Hanson visited the Centre, and took part in a session learning to make Jamie’s delicious Quick Salmon Tikka with Cucumber Yoghurt. She describes Read the full article…

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Story by Paul Dring The new issue of Jamie Magazine celebrates the vast, varied and exciting food culture of the USA. The cover story is an exclusive look behind the scenes of the filming of Jamie’s American Road Trip. We join Jamie and the team on set in the wilds of Wyoming as Jamie connects Read the full article…

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Story by Alex Witchel On his first day in Huntington, W. Va., Jamie Oliver spent the afternoon at Hillbilly Hot Dogs, pitching in to cook its signature 15-pound burger. That’s 10 pounds of meat, 5 pounds of custom-made bun, American cheese, tomatoes, onions, pickles, ketchup, mustard and mayo. Then he learned how to perfect the Read the full article…

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Story by Paul Finkelstein Paul Finkelstein teaches Culinary Arts at the Stratford Northwestern Secondary School in Stratford, Canada. Together with the students at the school they run a cafe called the Screaming Avacado: “The Screaming Avocado offers healthy and delicious daily lunches to the student and staff of Stratford Northwestern Secondary School in Stratford, Canada. Read the full article…