Jamie Oliver can do no wrong, in my opinion, but what's with the 15 minute meals? I understand what he's trying to do - get us all cooking - but why encourage the idea that it's all too hard and takes too long. This is your body, your family, your friends, your pleasure we're talking about.
Get into your car and drive to the gym. Get changed and participate in an hour's pilates class. Shower, dress, have a foul tasting health drink, get in the car and drive home. What's that? An hour and a half?
But we can only give 15 minutes of our "hectic" lives to prepare a meal to eat with others (or on our own, self-celebrating).
Stressed? I suggest winding down over a chopping board to prepare a meal, taking it very slowly. (Involve the household, if you'd prefer company - peeling the parsnips, washing the salad, setting the table.) Don't look at the clock, eat when you're ready.
How long do you spend?