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Jennie

Oh my word! Those are gorgeous.

Jennis

Aha! The recipe for these bad boys is in the Jamie at Home cookbook, in the pastry/winter section. It is definitely worth a read. I have actually just discovered him and he is imminently cookable, and most of the recipes are easy to convert to vegan too, which is a plus! Anyway you should pick up the book, it's good, even if just for the calzone and tomato sauce recipe, which I think you would love.

Wow, that was rambly! Sorry about that! I tend to get excited about food. :)

VB

I watch practically all kinds of cooking shows, even those which I hv no understanding of the language! I am a hopeless addict when it comes to cooking shows. But J. Oliver's shows are the ones that I watch with serious intention of re-creating the dishes and I am happy to say that they always turn out FANTASTIC. He knows food, he understands ingredients and he knows the combo that mks the dish/taste so so WICKED!!! I hv read (yes, read like a novel!) all his books and watched most of his shows and cooked quite a few of his recipes over the years. And I will continue to do so. I think the best show is the new one, Jamie at Home. But I miss his little girls...they sometimes mk an appearance in his previous shows but I hv not seen them anywhere yet in this new show! Aren't they the most gorgeous bambinas? OK, enough fm me......yes, food lovers, united we stand!

aforkfulofspaghetti

Now THAT is what I call a real pie! I haven't managed to catch any of Jamie's latest series yet - I'm obviously missing out, big time....

riya

looks absolutely yummy..

Maggie

I had missed Jamie Oliver too! He is just precious. I saw this episode and also thought this looked really good, although I'd definitely want my peas MUSHY! I have no doubt yours is better than anything I've ever eaten in England.

elle

Oh, I keep meaning to try and catch the new show! I see I'm missing out on some amazing food. I too, love him and his simple approach to food.

These look fantastic--perfect for a cold, snowy New England Sunday afternoon. Definitely going on my to do list!

elle

Oh, I keep meaning to try and catch the new show! I see I'm missing out on some amazing food. I too, love him and his simple approach to food.

These look fantastic--perfect for a cold, snowy New England Sunday afternoon. Definitely going on my to do list!

elle

Oh, I keep meaning to try and catch the new show! I see I'm missing out on some amazing food. I too, love him and his simple approach to food.

These look fantastic--perfect for a cold, snowy New England Sunday afternoon. Definitely going on my to do list!

Miss Scarlett

Oh my gosh - THE FRUGAL GOURMET! My brother and sister and I used to watch that show and giggle and make fun b/c it was SOOOO BORING! But we were still fascinated! How wonderful to have cooking shows that are both educational AND entertaining. I totally agree - Jamie Oliver is one of the best. I'd say he's second only to my beloved Nigella Lawson:) These pies look amazing. My hubby studied at Oxford and is quite familiar w/ pub food. He would love this!

Cate O'Malley

I just watched this episode this weekend and, like you, was frustrated that the recipe wasn't available. Turns out it's because it's in his newest book, Jamie at Home (not out in the US yet). I found a couple similar recipes in the forum on Jamie's own website and made it Monday. Delicious food that is perfect for these cold Winter months.

elle

Ack! I have NO idea how my comment posted 3 times! *elle puts bag over her head and backs out of the room* ;) sorry!

Kevin

That pie looks so good the meat look nice and tender. I like the use of the cheese!

elena

Can you please tell me how much meat you used?
xo

susan

those pies look so good! wish i could have one right now. perfect for chilly rainy day.

Mimi

I don't often eat beef but those pies looked scrumptious! Maybe I could work out a knock off with chicken and pale ale.
Glad to hear that Jamie is back. Food network hasn't been the same without him!

Deborah Dowd

This looks like a wonderful and hearty twist on a beef pot pie. And I love your step by step photos!

Clare K.

Those pies look so rich and comforting, especially in this miserable rainy weather! Wowza.

Dr Zibbs

Nice! I know what I'm making this weekend.

White On Rice Couple

Jamie Oliver rocks! His new cookbook is great. Hopefully his new show will make it to our TV line up. Can't wait to see it. Thanks for the great pictures!

Okimus

Made this last night-- super tasty and perfect for a cold night. Thanks for the recipe!

Emily

I made these this weekend and they were fantastic - thanks for the recipe!

Did you find that the crust that was between the bowl and the stew was a tad on the soggy/uncooked side? I'm not sure if blind-baking it first would make it better or if I should just skip the bottom crust, or if there's something else I can do to make it better...

ariaa

i love the naked chef too, i have to search tivo for his new show. that looks absolutely indulgent and delicious! every last element....!!

ann

Jamie's new show is seriously making me contemplate getting a DVR. I keep missing it... I do love him and his enthusiasm and intelligence and energy. So glad to have him back too.

Christian

I've not been a huge Jamie Oliver fan in the past, but I think maybe I should give him a second look. These look absolutely delicious. And beautiful photos, too. Thanks for posting the recipe!

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