In the best possible taste.

My recipe cards had a fleeting appearance on telly the other night thanks to Grayson Perry. He was at a ‘Jamie At Home’ party chatting to women about the middle classes for his show In The Best Possible Taste and one of the items shown was my wonderful recipe cards…Huzzah!

Posted June 14, 2012 Celebrities, Exposure!, Jamie Oliver, Recipes, TV

Jamie Oliver At Home recipe cards

“Calling all budding chefs! Feel like making something good to eat? With this set of five easy-to-clean recipe boards, you’ve got five yummy dishes to choose from, and best of all you can make them yourself. Each board gives you a list of ingredients and four simple steps for making them into something tasty for your favourite friends and family. Make these delicious dishes to share at a picnic or eat them at home: sticky chicken pockets, mean green foccacia, hidden jewel summer salad, fruit double dippers and fro-yo lollipops. They come with a new Kitchen Crusaders adventure, illustrated by Claire Murray, all about the gang getting ready for the best picnic of the year.”

Available to buy HERE

Example of original artwork.

Posted May 4, 2011 Exposure!, Food, Jamie Oliver, Projects, Recipes

Jamie Oliver At Home bake set

This set features the fabulous Kitchen Crusaders, a ragtag bunch of cooking utensils who live on the shelves of the kitchen cupboard. When the action starts, they open the door and jump out, using their incredible skills to transform kitchen chaos into an amazing spread of delicious dishes. Inside this easy-to-carry box, you’ll find four mini baking tins for little bakers. The heart tin, loaf tin, six-hole muffin tray and ring-shaped tin each come with its own special recipe card for making scrumptious cakes. Made from professional quality quantum 2 carbon steel with a two-layer, non-stick coating.

Available to buy HERE!

Some of the original artwork.

Posted May 4, 2011 Exposure!, Food, Jamie Oliver

Jamie Oliver At Home seed tins

These three tins each contain a sprinkle of seeds and some growing mix. Open them up, add water and in a week or two you’ll see the tiny green shoots of your baby plants. Make sure you follow the growing guidelines tucked away in the base of each tin and you’ll soon have your own crop of tomatoes, sweet corn and peas. On the side of the box you can read a brand new Kitchens Crusaders adventure, illustrated by Claire Murray, all about how they started their own veg patch and met their new friend Little Digby, the tiny trowel.

Available to buy HERE!

The original illustration of Robin Wood, Little Digby and Captain Correct admiring their home-grown bounty.

Posted May 3, 2011 Exposure!, Food, Jamie Oliver, Lettering

For Jamie Oliver’s JME Collection

Character development and illustrations for recipe cards, packaging and products.

More to come as they are released….

Posted March 30, 2011 Childrens, Exposure!, Jamie Oliver