I have four of Jamie Oliver's books so far, and everything I have tried has been delicious, even if I do say so myself. My husband found his recipes slightly harder to cope with, as he doesn't cook very often and therefore needs a little more basic instructions and prefers definite amounts for ingredients, rather than "a handful of this, some xyz if you have it, but you could also use a couple of spoons of abc instead". What my husband cooked was, however, delicious too. And last year at Christmas my parents were away, so I volunteered to do the turkey with all the trimmings - a Jamie Oliver Christmas DVD my mother had given me earlier helped me cope marvellously, and my sister actually asked if I couldn't make the turkey again this year!
@nora: Could you try to check your spelling and also use capital letters where appropriate, please? It makes your comment easier to read and also makes it less confusing for readers with a different mother tongue than English. If you are the nora who also commented in this
thread, you definitely are a native speaker of German. It is no problem at all if you write in German (even if you aren't the same nora, I would hazard a guess that you are a German native speaker).