Yes, I've got it - really like it. The food is pretty simple - which I like! - but yummy. It's very 'family' and kids-oriented.
It has a section on 'top ten dinners' - i.e. sausages and mash, lasagne etc but really good-quality versions of them. Also useful chapter on basics like making a good tomato sauce, pesto etc and then lots of different things to do with those basics.
Never thought I'd buy a JO book, let alone recommend it...
I got it today so haven't cooked anything from it yet but it looks great. I have two of his other books and find them very inspirational - he's just so enthusiastic! It's very much a "lifestyle" book, rather than just a recipe book - but I like that, I like all the pictures of him, Jules, and the kids and his lovely house [emny]
I used the lasagne one too. Also the sausage and mash one and the American chop salad. Its all going down very well in our house. I've certainly thrown out all the chicken nuggets in our house now after seeing his programme!
I got it for Christmas and have used it quite a bit. The slow cooked lamb (in a bottle of red wine) is bloody gorgeous, but it takes four hours to cook and the cooking smells are so nice it's almost painful to have to wait.
There are a few very quick tasty recipes for one too which I've made when DH has been away.