Jamie Oliver is still at the top of 'The Mail on Sunday's' chart of best-selling non-fiction hardbacks, with his latest cookery title.

Cookery titles dominate book chart

Jamie Oliver is still at the top of ‘The Mail on Sunday’s’ chart of best-selling non-fiction hardbacks, with his latest cookery title.

Cookery titles dominate book chart

‘Save With Jamie’ ties in with his six-part Channel 4 TV series called ‘Jamie’s Money Saving Meals’, which ended last week.

Third place in the book parade is taken by Tom Kerridge’s ‘Proper Pub Food’ with ‘Eat – The Little Book Of Fast Food’ by Nigel Slater in fourth position.

Gino D’Acampo is at number seven with ‘Gino’s Italian Escape,’ which accompanies his six-part ITV 1 series of the same name. Currently airing on Fridays at 8pm, the show is a celebration of the very best Italian food.

At number eight is ‘Great British Bake Off: Everyday: Over 100 Foolproof Bakes’ by Linda Collister and finally, 10th place is held by Mary Berry’s ‘Christmas Collection,’ in which Mary combines her favourite winter recipes with a selection of new dishes for the festive period.

This book chart is complied by Nielsen Bookscan TCM, which collates from over 6,500 outlets representing over 90% of retail book purchases in UK. It appeared in the October 13 issue of ‘The Mail On Sunday’s’ ‘Event’ magazine.

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