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His parents, Trevor and Sally Oliver, ran a pub/restaurant, The Cricketers, where he practised cooking in the kitchen with his parents.
Oliver's first job was a pastry chef at Antonio Carluccio's Neal Street restaurant, where he first gained experience with preparing Italian cuisine, and developed a relationship with his mentor Gennaro Contaldo.
In June 2003, Oliver was honored as a Member of the Order of the British Empire.
In 2005, Oliver initiated a campaign originally called Feed Me Better to move British schoolchildren towards eating healthy foods and cutting out junk food; this campaign was eventually backed by the British government.
Soon after he launched his first high-end restaurant, Jamie's Italian, in Oxford in 2008 and hosted a TED Talk winning him the 2010 TED Prize.
James Trevor Oliver was born and raised in the village of Clavering.
In 1999, Jamie was invited to prepare lunch for then-Prime Minister Tony Blair.
But their relationship began in a rather unglamorous way – on a double date with Jamie’s friend Jimmy Doherty. ‘I had my Fiesta with lowered suspension and a sound system,’ admits Jamie.Detractors might regard Jools's book (and her lifestyle, perhaps) as too privileged, too middle-class and too, well, English for modern, politically correct, multicultural Britain, but the 33-year-old wife of celebrity chef and national treasure Jamie Oliver is adamant that Dotty and Bluebell (loosely based on her own girls) reflect reality for a great many children today.Hers is, she insists, the kind of life that lots of other mothers in Britain lead – and not just those blessed with a husband with the earning potential of Jamie (money might not be his raison d'etre, but he has amassed a fortune estimated at £40 million and, in addition to their magnificent home overlooking Primrose Hill, they have a substantial house in the country).She met Jamie in 1993 while the two were both 18 years old.Her husband rose to fame via his cooking show, The Naked Chef, which premiered in 1999.
Indeed, one of the reasons why she decided to write the book was her frustration at not being able to find simple, well-written contemporary stories that would resonate with her daughters Poppy, six, and Daisy, five.