Penguin have launched the Jamie Oliver Food Guide – a brand new app for the iPhone and iPad – which gives food lovers the definitive guide to finding the best places to eat, shop and visit in Great Britain. To celebrate, we have a copy of Jamie’s new book ‘Jamie’s Great Britain’ up for grabs!
Created by Jamie and Penguin, the app features over 1000 celebrated food-related locations recommended by Jamie, his team and his personal choices from the Rough Guide series. Covering a huge range of places – all of which are stylishly displayed on a custom map – the app has information on the very best cafes, restaurants, butchers, cheesemakers, fishmongers, cider presses, bakeries and organic farmers markets from across the country. You can download the app now at jamieoliver.com.
Jamie has never needed reminding about how great is to be British and he has always been a wonderful ambassador for British food, famously cooking a ‘Best of British’ menu for world leaders at the G20 summit in April 2009. Growing up in one of the first true British gastro pubs, which his parents still run today, the heart and soul of our nation’s cooking has always been clear to him. Now he wants to share what’s special about British food in his new book, Jamie’s Great Britain.
Jamie’s Great Britain contains over 100 new recipes from around the country that demonstrate, in Jamie’s view, the very best of British cooking. Some are indisputable classics; some are his twists on classic British recipes and others he has created from the great bounty of British produce.
Jamie has a real knack of tapping into the zeitgeist. With the recent Royal wedding, the forthcoming Olympics and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee next year, Britain has never been more in the spotlight. Combined with Jamie’s passion for his subject and his track record of creating inspiring and accessible recipes, this cookbook aims to show there has never been a better time to celebrate British food.
To enter our competition to win a copy of Jamie’s Great Britain, simply answer the following question:
Who is manager of the 2012 Great Britain men’s football team?
A – Steve McClaren
B – Stuart Pearce
C – Kevin Keegan
Please send your answers to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, including your full name and contact email address. The winner will be chosen at random. Good luck!
This competition is now closed. Thank you for all of your entries, congratulations to our winner!