Cocina sin uniforme, prueba las salsas con el dedo y sus amigos y familiares participan en sus programas.

Jamie Oliver is a phenomenon in the world of food. He is one of the world’s best-loved television personalities and one of Britain’s most famous exports. Jamie has had huge success with television series The Naked Chef (BBC), Jamie’s Kitchen, Jamie’s School Dinners, Jamie’s Great Italian Escape, Return to School Dinners, Jamie’s Chef, Jamie at Home , Jamie’s Ministry of Food , Jamie Does…. and more recently Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals and the Emmy Award-winning Jamie’s Food Revolution (ABC), as well as the one-off specials Jamie’s Fowl Dinners, Eat To Save Your Life, Jamie Saves Our Bacon and Jamie’s Fish Suppers. continuación…

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Página oficial: www.jamieoliver.net/

Jamie Oliver Song. (My word) of Tim Kay, Jamie at Home

Canal de Jamie en YouTube


Chef que revoluciona la cocina



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Somos 5 Estudiantes de Máster de la Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain… Te invitamos a conocer un poco sobre Alimentación…


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