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Fussy Fearnley-Whittingstall


An anecdotal riposte to Jamie Oliver’s assumption that childhood eating habits determine adult ones - from his Channel 4 food campaigning chum, Hugh.

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Fishing for flavour in east London


Watching how they make smoked salmon of Olympian quality

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From food to sex: defend spontaneity


Whether we’re drinking or fornicating, why are we always being told to ‘stop, think, proceed with caution’?

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Once we worried about getting enough food. Now we seem to fret about having too much food, or about what food might do to us and the planet. This website is designed to be an antidote to food fears.

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