Watch Jamie Oliver show you how to cook up a Greek-inspired beautiful fish stew that not only tastes delicious, but is super easy to knock together and saves on washing up too. Packed with loads of lovely veg, this one-pan wonder uses the trusty Tefal Hard Anodised stewpot from the Jamie Oliver Professional Series.  This tough, aluminium pan evenly distributes heat and retains temperature so the broth is sweet, the veggies tender and the fish is perfectly flaking. This great-tasting dinner is as comforting as it comes and guaranteed to win over the whole family.


Meal for 10

Meal for 10? Don’t panic – it’s all under control!

If a ‘meal’ in your house means a vast table surrounded by hoards of family, friends and neighbours, then here’s some advice to simplify your life.

Make it simple, efficient and fun

To avoid family meals turning into cooking marathons, choose meals that are fun and require little preparation, such as a raclette or fondue in the winter, or a barbecue or stone grill in the summer. Buy all the food beforehand, so that on the day itself all you’ll have to do is put everything on the table and let people serve themselves! And once the warm weather starts, how about a drinks buffet in the garden that will allow you to spend time with your guests?

If you often cook for lots of people, why not treat yourself to one of the latest generation of automatic cookers? Several models exist for large families (8 or 10 litres), so that you can prepare meat, fish or vegetable dishes – and even some of your favourite desserts – in the blink of an eye! It’s a quick and healthy way to cook that also saves time.




Food Revolution Day: Tefal has teamed up with Jamie Oliver for a worldwide day of action!

Tefal is proud to be taking part in this year’s Food Revolution Day, on May 16th 2014.

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Food Revolution Day is an annual day of global action to keep cooking skills alive. It’s about celebrating the importance of cooking good food from scratch and raising awareness of how this impacts our health and happiness. This year, Food Revolution Day is, above all, about getting kids excited about food, inspiring in them a love of food that will last a lifetime.

Food Revolution Day is a campaign by the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation in the UK and USA and The Good Foundation in Australia. To date, 85 countries have taken part and over 750 ambassadors are championing our cause.

We want as many people as possible to get involved and help children understand where food comes from, how to cook it and how it affects our bodies. You could help a child cook a meal from scratch, get them to try a new ingredient or join Jamie’s GUINNESS WORLD RECORD™ attempt for the largest cooking lesson on the planet.

Let’s get cooking!

Learn more about how you can get involved now!


Bread infography

For a bright start to the day, make bread a part of your daily breakfast!

To start the day on the right foot, there’s nothing better than a breakfast of fresh, warm bread and enough time to savour every mouthful. Full of vitamins, fibre, carbohydrates, protein and minerals, bread is an ideal choice for all the family. And different countries each have a different take on this easy-to-make food.

All kinds of bread, just as you like it.

Throughout the world, bread appears in an almost infinite number of forms. From Indian naans to the French baguette, not forgetting the traditional white loaf, you can now enjoy a different type of bread with every meal, breakfast included. Whether you prefer a crunchy slice of toast straight from the toaster, or a piece of soft baguette smothered in butter and jam, bread is your best ally to start the day with a smile on your face.

You can also choose from a variety of flavours. If you like sliced bread, you can now get it in granary, wholemeal, or even crustless! And why not make your own bread? Treat yourself to a bread maker, so that you can try out lots of different bread recipes, and prepare for breakfast by baking a fresh loaf the night before. You can choose the ingredients, weight and how you’d like the crust cooked, entirely to suit you!

There’s nothing like the taste of a fresh baguette or warm loaf at the weekend, so head off to your favourite bakery at least once a week for fresh bread straight from the oven. This will also give you the chance to try out some new varieties, as well as giving you a moment of utter pleasure.

To find out more about bread, take a look at our mouth-watering and informative graphic.

To make the most of your morning bread, be sure to accompany it with a hot drink from the coffee maker or kettle best suited to your needs.

Discover everything about the crunchy life !


Put a stop to unwanted gifts: we’ll help you come up with ideas for your house-warming!

So, you’re throwing a house-warming party for your friends and family. But no-one knows what to get you, and they’re already asking you for ideas! Luckily, we’re here to help you plan ahead, and give your guests some great ideas for house-warming gifts.

Ideas for house-warming gifts that will stand the test of time

When you move into your first home, you often have to buy everything from scratch. A nice toaster, a microwave and a kettle will no doubt make very welcome additions to your new home. Your friends and family will be only too pleased to know they’re getting you what you want, without having to rack their brains to find THE ideal house-warming gift. And if you already have everything you need for breakfast time, why not ask for an all-in-one machine for making your favourite recipes? That way, your guests could gift you the food processor (chopper) of your dreams!


Or you could ask for a party-friendly gift that they can enjoy using with you: a raclette machine, a fondue set or a Crep’Party, for example. You could even use it at your house-warming party, and your guests will be delighted to have given you something that they can look forward to using at future get-togethers.

Why not start a house-warming gift list on our website? You can pass it on to your friends, and they’ll be spoilt for choice!

Discover all the file here !


For a balanced diet, variety really is the spice of life! Contrary to common belief, it is important to eat carbohydrates, even when on a diet. Ideally, a balanced diet is made up of 15% protein, 50-55% carbohydrates, and 30-35% fat. Of course, by carbohydrates we don’t mean sweets!

Eat more fruit and veg – the simple way!

Eating five fruit and vegetables a day can sometimes feel like a bit of a challenge. Luckily, there are plenty of recipes and techniques out there to add a little bit of magic to your meals whilst ensuring you enjoy a varied diet. If you have a Vitacuisine steamer, for example, you can cook your vegetables, as well as your meat, fish and desserts, in a healthy way and without losing any of the flavour. Be creative and play with the flavours. Rediscover long-forgotten vegetables, combine different colours, and then cook it all effortlessly with a steamer.

Not all carbohydrates were created equal!

Your body needs carbohydrates, but not from just anywhere! There’s so much you can do with bread, cereals and potatoes. And if you’re craving chips for dinner, why not try reducing the amount of cooking oil? With the ActiFry, for example, you can cook potatoes and/or sweet potatoes in a healthy way.

Rule 1 healthy balance

Food variety is important, but don’t forget that you need to drink too! To keep your body well-hydrated, drink water in whatever form you prefer: herbal teas, bottled water, tea… it’s up to you!

Click here for some delicious and balanced recipes


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