It’s a lot to ask for the average home cook to make those seemingly appetising – and supposedly easy – dishes of TV celebrity chefs such as Jamie Oliver. It’s a lot to ask for the average home cook to make those seemingly appetising – and supposedly easy – dishes of TV celebrity chefs such as Jamie Oliver.
It’s a lot to ask for the average home cook to make those seemingly appetising – and supposedly easy – dishes of TV celebrity chefs such as Jamie Oliver.
Andrew Sun
Opinion

Opinion

Mouthing Off by Andrew Sun

Martha Stewart and Jamie Oliver can keep their home cooking – there’s always time for a tasty, guilt-free takeaway

  • We romanticise home cooking too much today, and it’s not practical in Hong Kong apartments where kitchens are so small
  • Most Hongkongers don’t have time to cook at home either, so there’s no shame in eating out, or ordering in, when you feel like it

It’s a lot to ask for the average home cook to make those seemingly appetising – and supposedly easy – dishes of TV celebrity chefs such as Jamie Oliver. It’s a lot to ask for the average home cook to make those seemingly appetising – and supposedly easy – dishes of TV celebrity chefs such as Jamie Oliver.
It’s a lot to ask for the average home cook to make those seemingly appetising – and supposedly easy – dishes of TV celebrity chefs such as Jamie Oliver.
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