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Relihan comes home in style

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

10th April, 2016
Relihan comes home in style

For his 16th birthday, John Relihan’s (above) uncle gave him a gift of Jamie’s Kitchen, one of Jamie Oliver’s first cookbooks. It led to Relihan applying for a place in Fifteen, the restaurant which Oliver established to train young people who had fallen out of formal education. He was accepted, and went on to build a career with Oliver that culminated in him becoming head chef at Barbecoa, Oliver’s barbecue restaurant in central London....

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