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For all you wannabe chefs out there, Jamie has some brilliant advice on how to get your foot in the door and make those dreams a reality:
If you’re just starting out and you want a weekend job, try looking for work in a restaurant, pub, fishmonger’s, bakers, butcher’s or on a fruit & veg stall. All of these are really valid ways to learn about food. Then, as the years go by, try and move on to something different or to a more challenging restaurant.
Having gathered a bit of industry experience, or something similar, you now have three options to consider, none of which are necessarily the right answer:
1. Go straight into a professional job. Jump in at the deep end with possibly not enough skills, but be bold enough to carry it off. And learn on the job – get on-the-job training. This is quite common these days.
2. Go to the best local catering college and do a two- or three-year course that gives you an insight into the science of cooking, culinary language, front-of-house, management, and the accounting sides of the business. That’s what I did and I enjoyed it, although I did find that it lacked the real vibe of the kitchen. I found that working in restaurants over the holidays and at the weekends gave me a really good balance.
3. I’ve always thought arranging to do day-release over two or three years at a good local college is a really good idea. It means you can get a full-time job, which challenges, inspires and pays you; and with your employer’s support you can go to college one day a week.
There’s nothing you can’t achieve with hard work, passion and a real commitment to cooking. Read as many books as you can get your hands on, and try to work in other countries for authenticity, if you can. I also used to save up and go out for a posh meal with my fellow chefs every five weeks for education.
Food and cooking is one of the most exciting, dynamic industries on the planet and it often employs some of the most brilliant people. I know the industry still has a reputation for terrible money and hours, but things are really changing – yes, you might not make huge money right at the beginning, but these days if you run a small artisan outfit you can make a lovely living out of it. The sky’s the limit!
So, get stuck in, get cooking and good luck!
Visit the Jamie Oliver Cookery School website and choose from a selection of online or in person classes.
All nutritional analysis of our recipes is per portion. So, for example, if the recipe serves 4, the values provided will be for ¼ of the total recipe.
Nutritional information for individual recipes can be found on each recipe page.
We provide all info in our disclaimer on how we analyse recipes:
Our recipes are all tested in and written for fan-assisted ovens. You can find temperature conversions for conventional ovens, Fahrenheit and gas marks online.
This isn’t something we’re currently able to support on the site but is something we’re exploring with our development team.
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We’re really proud of the Jamie’s Ultimate Recipes app, but it was created in 2015 and has not been available for download since November 2020. It is not supported beyond iOS 12. While you will still be able to access the recipes you may encounter problems with some of the image and video content.
JUM is no longer available and the service was closed in June 2022.
We have moved most of the brilliant video content and recipes created for JUM over to jamieoliver.com, so everyone can enjoy them there.
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For Pots & Pans with a Jamie Oliver by Tefal logo – please visit Tefal’s Contact Us page to contact the customer service team in your country.
For pasta sauces, pestos, oils/vinegars, antipasti and dried pasta, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For our Chefbrand product range in Tesco, which includes filled pastas, gnocchis and fresh pasta sauces, please contact email@example.com
Please contact us here, under Products (Cookware, Homeware Food), Jamie Oliver Food & Non-food products.
For seasonings and ready-to-eat rice & grain pouches, please contact Fiddes Payne Ltd at www.fiddespayne.co.uk
Unfortunately, as our UK restaurant estate went into administration in 2019, it is not possible for us to offer any alternative to the voucher you received (as per the terms and conditions at time of purchase). We are sorry if you were unable to use your voucher before your local restaurant closed.