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liuzhou

liuzhou

14 minutes ago, Smithy said:

I think it's an entertaining article. I'd heard of perhaps half of the books, and I have (or have had) a few of them. The writer writes with a panache that I particularly enjoy.

 

I've heard of all the cooks and read most of the books. It may be because, like the Guardian and Jay Rayner,  I am British.

 

I too, like his writing. His restaurant reviews are great reading even if you know you will never visit the places in question. His rare bad reviews are hilariously vicious. This one is a favourite, with this a close second.

As to the stuff on pedestals, I see roast turkeys, covered in icing / frosting. I don't remember that being a 1960s classic, but it wouldn't surprise me!

liuzhou

liuzhou

3 minutes ago, Smithy said:

I think it's an entertaining article. I'd heard of perhaps half of the books, and I have (or have had) a few of them. The writer writes with a panache that I particularly enjoy.

 

I've heard of all the cooks and read most of the books. It may be because, like the Guardian and Jay Rayner,  I am British.

 

I too, like his writing. His restaurant reviews are great reading even if you know you will never visit the places in question. His rare bad reviews are hilariously vicious. This one is a favourite.

As to the stuff on pedestals, I see roast turkeys, covered in icing / frosting. I don't remember that being a 1960s classic, but it wouldn't surprise me!

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