Super Food Family Classics
Jamie's Super Food Family Classics continues with the popular philosophy behind Jamie's Everyday Super Food, bringing exciting healthy eating to the heart of the home.
Freshen up your family favourites and expand your recipe repertoire with new nutritious, tasty meals--make your weekly menu something to shout about.
Sneak in extra veg with Squash Mac 'N' Cheese and enjoy a no-arguments family dinner with Chicken Fajitas, Smoky Dressed Eggplant and Peppers. When you need a no-fuss meal on the table fast, try Chicken Goujons or Pasta Pesto, or get ahead with freezer-friendly Jumbo Fish Fingers or Proper Chicken Nuggets. Use ingredients you know the family already loves in new, exciting ways with Sweet Potato Fish Cakes or Chocolate Porridge.
Every recipe is tried and tested and has clear and easy-to-understand nutritional information on the page, including the number of veg and fruit portions in each dish, plus there's a bumper back section packed with valuable advice on everything from cooking with kids and tackling fussy eaters to good gut health, the importance of fibre, budgeting and, of course, getting more of the good stuff into your family's diet.
If you're looking for fresh ideas and an easy way to make healthy eating a part of everyday family life, Jamie's Super Food Family Classics is the book for you.
Super Food Family Classics is the healthy-eating companion book to the hugely popular new series of Jamie's Super Food, currently on Channel 4. From the publisher's description
Jamie Oliver started cooking at his parents' pub, The Cricketers, in Clavering, Essex, at the age of eight. After leaving school he began a career as a chef that took him to the River Cafe, where he was famously spotted by a television production company. His television and publishing career began in 1999 with The Naked Chef series. Since then he has set up Fifteen restaurant in London, changed school dinners in the UK and revolutionized home cooking. His charity, The Jamie Oliver Foundation, seeks to improve people's lives through food. He writes for publications in the UK and around the world, including his own Jamie Magazine. Jamie lives in London and Essex with his wife Jools and their children.