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Cookbooks I Own

I own quite a few cookbooks and I add to my collection regularly. I'll update this page as it will take me a while to put all my recipe books here. Here are some of them with my comments and a rating out of 10.

Jamie's Food Revolution: Rediscover How to Cook Simple, Delicious, Affordable Meals by Jamie Oliver 
- 9 out of 10. I loved this cookbook. This is a great book for both amateur and advanced home cooks. He has a whole section on making your own curry pastes from scratch which I use all the time.

Cook With Jamie by Jamie Oliver
- 8 out of 10. This has a wide variety of recipes and some really good meat ones. As always Jamie Oliver has very Husband friendly recipes.

Jamie At Home by Jamie Oliver 
- 10 out of 10. This is one of my favourite recipe books. He splits the recipes up by season and by ingredient which is always a format that I appreciate.

Jamie's Italy by Jamie Oliver
- 6 out of 10. I love Jamie Oliver but I find a lot of Italian food to be just ok. Please don't shoot! I like more spicy food and while I like a good lasagna, Italian just isn't a cuisine I get excited about.

Jamie's Dinners: The Essential Family Cookbook by Jamie Oliver
- 9 out of 10. I think by now it's obvious that I really like Jamie Oliver. There are a lot of quick recipes in this book and they are more family and kid friendly than in his other cookbooks. There is a dulce de leche and apple pie which is amazing.

The Naked Chef by Jamie Oliver
- 10 out of 10 because I have an autographed copy. My sister got this autographed for me when he was in Toronto. I barely use it because I am paranoid about dropping it into a vat of soup or something of the like.

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