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“My favourite hot and sour rhubarb and crispy pork with noodles”

Yesterday I finally received my pre-ordered copy of Jamie’s new book Jamie at home. The book is great in every way, the only problem is that I would need a garden but until then my balcony will have to do. The book is divided into the four seasons and into seasonal ingredients. There’s also loads of tips on how to grow the different vegetables and fruits. I guess that you can assume how happy I am about the rhubarb section under spring? Six lovely rhubarb recipes of which I tried the first one for dinner tonight. Rhubarb is still sold here so Jamie’s hot and sour rhubarb and crispy pork with noodles was the perfect choice for dinner. We both loved it and I can’t wait to try the rest of the book. I’m sure that Jamie’s new cookbook will be a new favourite in our home.

7 Responses to “Jamie at home”

  1. Anne
    September 23rd, 2007 08:21
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    Oh, that looks delicious! I’ve received my copy too, but I haven’t even opened it yet. Nigella Express comes first, and I’m very, very slowly making my way through that :)

  2. Pam
    September 23rd, 2007 20:22
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    Oh, that looks good! I keep telling myself, no more cookbooks. But then I see pictures like this!

  3. Dagmar
    September 23rd, 2007 22:06
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    Anne: Oh, you really should! How do you like Nigella express (I havn\’t ordered that one yet)?

    Pam: I have the same problem…

  4. Andrea
    January 25th, 2008 23:11
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    I just saw my first episode of Jamie At Home and enjoyed it a lot. I think perhaps it is newly shown here in the USA. I will look for his new book. I was especially interested to see how he pulls from his garden to cook. I admire your balcony garden, and you have inspired me! Nice blog. I came here from Simply Recipes and will be back!

  5. Dagmar
    January 26th, 2008 13:37
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    Hi Andrea, Welcome and thank you very much!!

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