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Jay Rayner on Jamie Oliver

jorayner.jpgAfter world-saving chef Jamie Oliver condemned the UK education secretary's plan to investigate school dinners, UK critic Jay Rayner writes about how "You might want to hate him, but you can't help cheering." Quote: "Go on Jamie. Put the boot in. Tell the schmuck where to get off. Explain it to the man in language he might just understand. That's the key to his appeal. Oliver isn't a bad cook, but he's not a great one. Even he says that." [Guardian]

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