Jamie Oliver Research Paper

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Introduction "Cooking is, without a doubt, one of the most important skills a person can ever learn. Once someone has that knowledge, that's it - they're set for life"- Jamie Oliver Jamie Oliver is a famous British chef and media personality known for his many cook books and successful culinary related, television shows however he has also contributed, more than any chef I know, to the field of Culinary Arts in many different ways. He is an outspoken campaigner for healthy cooking systems and a passionate supporter of the use of local produce and quality ingredients in cooking. He has inspired not only myself but thousands of people around the world to spend more time enjoying cooking and changing their lives for the better. His Early Life Jamie was born on the 27th of May 1975, in Clavering,…show more content…
In 2001, Jamie became a global phenomenon when he brought his “Happy Days Tour” around the world including the UK, Australia and New Zealand. The tour was incredibly successful. By the end of 2001 Jamie wanted to ‘give something back’ to the catering industry, so he decided to open a training restaurant for uneducated and unemployed young people. Jamie was documented for the year, in his efforts to set up a training scheme, the restaurant itself and the charity into which all the profits would be directed. In 2002, the training restaurant “Fifteen” was created. Every year, fifteen young, unemployed adults who have a criminal record, history of drug abuse or a disadvantaged background are trained in the restaurant. The original restaurant in London was so successful that a number of “Fifteens” opened around the world: one in Amsterdam, Cornwall in Newquay and Melbourne with help from Australian friend and fellow chef Tobie

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