Cor blimey Jamie Oliver gets on my nerves, but it’s hard not to admire his tenacious commitment to changing the way the world eats.
He’s just celebrated the tenth anniversary of his first London restaurant, “Fifteen” and the beginning of a remarkable transformation that’s made him the face of a global movement pushing healthy and nourishing foods.
Oliver’s game has always been making real food that you can prepare fast - a puzzling thing given I find his recipes particularly hard to reproduce. But his heart and enormous amounts of energy are plain to see. Whether he’s stripping the Turkey Twizzlers from the lunch menus of British public school kids or stopping American parents from filling their baby’s bottles with Coca Cola. And he’s not done yet.
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