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Eat – Jamie Oliver’s really easy recipes free pull out with The Times Sat 2 Feb 2013

Presented free with The Times Sat 2 Feb 2013  a free pull out in The Times Magazine
Eat – Jamie Oliver’s really easy recipes from Fifteen Cornwall.

Recipes include:

  • Mussels, Cornish beer and Nduja toast
  • Octopus, courgettes lemon and parsley
  • Risotto of barolo, treviso and taleggio
  • Mixed wild mushrooms with poached egg on toast with truffle pecorino
  • Burrata, blood orange and pistachio
  • Squid ink, garganelli, Cornish crab and pangrattatio
  • Baked Sicilian clementine cheesecake with orange curd
  • Blood orange ricotta and chocolate cake

If you have a subscription to The Times (UK) then you can see Jamie’s Fifteen restaurant recipes


Hugh’s 3 Good Things Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall recipes TV MORE4 weekdays at 7.30 pm.

Hugh’s 3 Good Things recipes and TV episodes on MORE4 weekdays at 7.30 pm
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall


Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s new cook book called Hugh’s 3 Good Things  is broadcast as a Channel 4 TV program on MORE4.

See the new book –Hugh’s Three Good Things.

There are 25 half hour episodes production by Keo Films, read more about Hugh’s 3 good things and Hugh Fearnley Whittigstall – all books – Amazon

TV Listings for Hugh’s 3 good things on MORE4 weekdays at 7.30 pm.

Series 1 Episode 1 – Beetroot – Monday 5 November 
With Hugh is the River Cottage chef Gill Meller and the guest chef Florence Knight, from London’s Polpetto.

Recipes include:

Watch Hugh’s 3 Good Things – Beetroot.
See beetroot recipes at Hugh’s scrapbook.

Series 1 Episode 2 – Tomatoes – Tuesday 6 November 
Continues with Hugh and the River Cottage chef Gill Meller and the guest chef Florence Knight, from London’s Polpetto.

Recipes include:

Watch Hugh’s 3 Good Things – Tomatoes.
See tomato recipes at Hugh’s scrapbook.

Series 1 Episode 3 – Courgettes – Wednesday 7 November 

Again Hugh with Gill and Florence.

Recipes include:

Watch Hugh’s 3 Good Things – Courgettes.
See courgette recipes at Hugh’s scrapbook.

Series 1 Episode 4 – Mushrooms – Thursday 8 November 

Again Hugh with Gill and Florence.

Recipes include:

Watch Hugh’s 3 Good Things – Mushrooms.
See mushroom recipes at Hugh’s scrapbook.

Series 1 Episode 5 – Kale – Friday 9 November 

Again Hugh with Gill and Florence.

Recipes include:

Watch Hugh’s 3 Good Things – Kale.
See kale recipes at Hugh’s scrapbook.

Series 1 Episode 6 – Lamb – Monday 12 November

For the second week of the food competition, the chefs turn their attention to meat.

The lamb recipes at Hugh’s scrapbook

Series 1 Episode 7 – Ham and Bacon – Tuesday 13 November

Hugh’s scrapbook

Series 1 Episode 8 – Chicken – Wednesday 14 November

Hugh’s scrapbook

Series 1 Episode 9 – Venison – Thursday 15 November

Hugh’s scrapbook

Series 1 Episode 10 – Beef – Friday 16 November

Hugh’s scrapbook

Series 1 Episode 11 – Apples – Monday 19 November

Hugh’s scrapbook

Series 1 Episode 12 – Pears – Tuesday 20 November

Hugh’s scrapbook

Series 1 Episode 13 – Dried fruit – Wednesday 21 November

Hugh’s scrapbook

Series 1 Episode 14 – Citrus – Thursday 22 November

Hugh’s scrapbook

Series 1 Episode 5 – Apples – Friday 23 November

Hugh’s scrapbook

Program concepts:

The general theme is can we cook well and provide satisfying food by placing three items on a plate?

It depends on whether the three ingredients work together or not. If they are selected to be synergistic – work so well together that their total effect is more than the sum of their parts, then we do indeed have three good things.

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall uses his 20 years of cooking experience and knowledge to provide us with the combinations that just work so well together.

See 25 recipes from Hugh’s Three Good Things at the Guardian’s Food and Drink website.

Some ideas that work, we know:

Hugh has many new ideas and combinations for us to try. See a list of his ideas at Amazon’s page and book reviews now the book is published, see image link below, or use to pre order a copy of Hugh’s book. See Hugh’s Three Good Things book review on Amazon.

Hugh’s Three Good Things book offers

Read Hugh’s introduction to three good things on a plate at the Guardian web site.

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s barley, onions and tomatoes recipe.