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Hugh Fearlessly Eats It All: Dispatches from the Gastronomic Front Line

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"'It has been said that I will eat anything. That is, of course, nonsense. A fried egg that still has a pool of runny egg white clinging to the yolk is a definite no-no. Still, I must admit that it was with some pride that I read, in one review of my series "A Cook on the Wild Side," that I had been given the sobriquet "Hugh Fearlessly Eatsitall..".'"For almost two decades ...more
ebook, 304 pages
Published May 15th 2011 by Turtleback Books
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Sarah
I am never eating macdonalds or kentucky again. an excellent read!
Colin
Surprising, passionate and often quite angry. Excellent food writing - although as a collection of decades of articles there are moments of inconsistency, repetition and stuff that simply isn't quite as good. A nice easy rad though...
Will
An entertaining romp through Hugh's earlier writings, edited by the greatly self satisfied man himself. Engaging enough that I read the entire thing in a couple of sittings. Afterwards, life continued much as it did before.
Bonnie G
Love this guy's writing about food, very funny and I share many of his opinions about real food vs. processed. I did see his cafe and store in Wiltshire, so I had a great connection and could picture the farm he lives on.
Max Bennett


Cant argue with the sentiments but all the articles are pretty old and therefore old hat and his writing skills are less well developed here too
Tim
A compilation of magazine and newspaper articles from before his fame. Even then banging a drum about rubbish being sold as food.
Chris Gornell
Perfect for a bit of Hugh-doting, this collection of his food writings is great for both reference, and inspiration.
Tom
quick read, fun, opinionated. not one for the ages but good nonetheless
Pippin
Series of articles. OK light reading, but not very in-depth.
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is a British celebrity chef, smallholder, television presenter, journalist, food writer and "real food" campaigner, known for his back-to-basics philosophy.

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