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Jamie Oliver is back doing what he does best - cooking at home, with simple, accessible ingredients, including fruit and veg that he recently started to grow in his garden. Each programme is themed around one primary ingredient, it could be a look at all the different varieties of tomatoes, what you can do with lovely home-grown potatoes, or how to cook different cuts of lamb - but he also looks at how easy it is to grow your own produce; sometimes in weird and wonderful ways.
Jamie's garden is bursting with tomatoes of every size, shape and colour. The freshness and vibrancy of the dishes Jamie makes, leaves no doubt that growing tomatoes is a must.
There's a bumper crop of courgettes in Jamie's garden and he shows how to make the most of them including deep-fried courgette flowers stuffed with ricotta and mint.
Jamie hosts the perfect barbecue as he cooks up everything from shellfish to lamb, chicken, ribs and even greens on the grill.
Jamie shows just how easy it is to cultivate amazing fruit and veg at home and cooks three very different recipes to show the versatility of beans.
Jamie talks about how to grow onions, and uses them to make a fresh cheese and onion salad.
Jamie makes the juiciest pork chop with roasted carrots and beets and makes an exciting dish with foil-roasted smoked beetroots, beef and a cottage cheese dressing.
Everyone loves potatoes and Jamie is no exception. He enthuses about these underground jewels and makes the perfect potato salad using freshly dug wonderful new potatoes at their best.
With peppers and chillies on the menu, Jamie makes a delicious spicy pork goulash using a variety of ingredients from the capsicum family.
Jamie is off in search of mushrooms to cook the perfect mushroom risotto. There are no mushrooms in Jamie's garden, so he sets off hunting in his local forest.
Jamie Oliver has been invited on a local shoot and uses the opportunity to explore the world of delicious game birds.
Jamie Oliver uses a variety of pumpkin and squash to make a mouth-watering warm winter salad of roast duck and pumpkin, a hearty winter pumpkin soup, and pumpkin fairy cakes.
A windswept Jamie explores the seemingly unlikely but surprisingly bountiful world of winter salads, proving that there is still much to be had from the garden even in the darkest months of the year.
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