Jamie Oliver is at the top of ‘The Mail on Sunday’s’ chart of best-selling non-fiction hardbacks, with his latest cookery title.
‘Save With Jamie’ ties in with his new six-part TV series called ‘Jamie’s Money Saving Meals’, which airs every Monday at 8pm on Channel 4. This week’s theme is budget recipes for pot-roasted ham hocks, and squash and spinach rotolo.
Third place in the book parade is taken by ‘The Little Book Of Fast Food’ by Nigel Slater, while the number five spot is held by Tom Kerridge’s ‘Proper Pub Food’.
Gino D’Acampo is at number seven with ‘Gino’s Italian Escape’ and at number eight is ‘Great British Bake Off: Everyday: Over 100 Foolproof Bakes’ by Linda Collister.
Finally, 10th place is held by Mary Berry’s autobiography, ‘Recipe for Life’ which covers tales of growing up during the war, life at school, cookery and, of course, writing books and TV.
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 6 issue of ‘The Mail On Sunday’s’ ‘Event’ magazine.