Jamie Oliver: Making Mistakes & Moving Forward

alking into the restaurant at Brooklyn’s DUMBO House club, Jamie Oliver spots a rotisserie spinning cauliflower and cabbage heads where you might expect to see chickens. “This would have happened five years ago,” he says, grinning. “It’s a sign of the times.” So is the success of the British chef’s 23rd cookbook, His first all-vegetarian title shot onto Amazon’s bestseller list last month—a victory Oliver, 44, is savoring after some difficult years. “I’m really good,” he says. “Better than I’ve been in

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