and puts it to good use!
He still seems like the chill guy he was back when "The Naked Chef" started out. Nice gesture towards him, he was quite an inspirational source for me back in the day.
Jamie is awesome. I like his style of "cheap, simple stuff that tastes good", that is, to me, a display of true cooking skill and talent. Too many "posh" chefs with TV shows use overly complex recipes or waste extremely expensive groceries hoping you'd never get a chance to find out how lost they are in the kitchen.
Sorry MV, I may becaome a little offensive here.
I f***ing hate Jamie Oliver. As a working class Yorkshireman I hate this middle class effigy, lecturing to people who are on the breadline that they should feed their children "Soupe de poisson" instead of fishfingers!
This idiot blames everything on a bad diet to poor people. Never does he look towards the food industry; who waters down chicken breasts, brands sheeps balls/gibblets etc.. as "good" meat. No!, he continues to live in this world, where as long as you can exploit book deals and get TV deals it does not matter what sh*t you feed people.
This pr*ck is not Heston Blumenthal or Ferran Adria, just a cheap wannabe "X-Factor" whore who milks idiots. He is the Simon Cowell of the food industry!
Additionally - he is worse than Hugh Grant and Kiera Knightly as the stereotyplcal English pompous twat.
One I will have to agree on, he really is a bloody stereotypical british guy in appearance, accent etc. etc.
But really, some guy who found out he was good at something isn't deserving of milking that talent for his own good? That's certainly new to me.
I'd be interested in hearing what about his person pissed you off so much. Did you participate in the school food programme as an ignorant parent or something similar? Because either way it almost sounds that harsh.
We are all entitled to our own opinion. For me, Jamie Oliver is inspiring. He helped in educating everyone about healthy eating and showed that one person can make a difference. You deserve that Emmy and keep up the amazing work, Jamie.