Celebrity chefs enthuse about a meat that's full of flavour and due a return to fashion. Welsh mutton will get a timely boost tonight when celebrity chefs Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty enthuse about its versatility. The mutton was supplied by Pembrokeshire hill farmer Robert Vaughan, who was keen to show the pair just how delicious mutton can be. Robert, an FUW member, was delighted to show Jamie and Jimmy round his farm, which lies on what was once one of the busiest drovers routes in north Pembrokeshire. The enterprise, in the shadow of Carn Edward mountain, unites the three livestock farms of Llannerch, Penrhiw and Penlan Uchaf — the latter also a renowned gardens and tea rooms.
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By Cole Moreton. Well, Doherty is. But as I watch them mucking about together at our shoot, it is obvious that their love goes deeper: they really are very close and surprisingly physical. So come on, have they ever fancied each other? Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty. Oliver says he always thought Doherty was the good-looking one. But if I was gay, I would smash that!
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Each week, Jimmy uses his DIY skills to create imaginative weekend builds for us to cook on. Have a go at home yourself with these handy PDF guides. Jimmy makes a classic steel drum BBQ — with a large cooking area for searing meat and grilling veg, plus a side stove to cook accompanying dishes. Using power tools and some DIY skills, you can get this build made in a couple of hours. Jimmy builds a tandoor oven, using easy-to-buy materials.
By Lucy Crossley for MailOnline. Angry campers have hit out at television presenter Jimmy Doherty after torrential rain and savage winds turned his festival into 'a night from hell' as visitors faced long queues for toilets and food. Families visiting the Sausage and Beer Festival at Jimmy's Farm, which was run by Jamie Oliver's friend and co-star Doherty, complained that their tents had blown away in a storm, and the barley field they were camping in became swamped with mud. They also protested over a shortage of toilets and long queues get to food and drink stalls, taking to the Jimmy's Farm Facebook page to air their grievances after the festival at the acre farm in Wherstead, near Ipswich, Suffolk.