Free Oliver Jamie Recipe Card

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Free Oliver Jamie Recipe Card


HE'S Britain's favourite chef - and today The Mail on Sunday is bringing you Jamie Oliver's mouth-watering recipe for Sunday Roast steak.

You can pick up this classic British recipe on a glossy, wipe-clean card FREE today from Tesco and other selected outlets. And there are more of Jamie's delicious recipes to collect every day this week with the Daily Mail.

Don't worry if your newsagent isn't participating in this brilliant promotion - we can send you the whole set direct to your door. Simply collect seven of the tokens we are publishing until October 22 and send them to the address we will give later, with a cheque for [pounds sterling]3, and we will send you all eight of Jamie's British Classics recipe cards.

Inside yesterday's Daily Mail was a 32-page magazine of Jamie's British Classics. From toad-in-the-hole to steak and kidney pud and even his mum's trifle, this unique magazine is packed with fabulous recipes - all with a Jamie twist! If you missed it, don't worry, you can still get a copy. Simply send an s.a.e., stamped to the value of 28p, or a cheque for [pounds sterling]1 to cover postage, to Jamie Oliver magazine, PO Box 5000, Dept JOM, Alton, Hampshire GU34 9BX.

And don't miss next Saturday's Mail, when Jamie starts his new weekly column in Weekend magazine with a five-page special featuring 17 recipes - plus an exclusive article by Jamie on why family life is at the heart of Britain's love of great food.

HOW TO GET YOUR RECIPE CARDS: Take the voucher, left, to your nearest Tesco*, Eason or Mail selected retailer**, where, in return, you will receive a free recipe card. Note: These cards are NOT available at WHSmith, as stated on some cards.

If you prefer, just collect seven of the tokens we are publishing until October 22 (today's is on the right) and send them to the address we will give later, with a cheque for [pounds sterling]3, and we will send all eight cards. …

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