About this book
The award-winning journalist and food critic offers a bold retort to the vast majority of food writing, which trips the consumer up about how they shop and eat. Combining memoir, polemic and hard-nosed reportage, Rayner argues for a new 'gastronomics'. Rayner is a regular on BBC1's "The One Show", and has 40,000 Twitter followers.
The UK's most influential food and drink journalist shoots a few of the sacred cows of the food world.
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