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Jeremy Cherfas

@EIT One newsletter reader suggested it was because cooking in the US is much more aspirational than in the UK. So UK cooks want to get on with it, I think, while US cooks want to think they could get on with it.

Jeremy Cherfas

Henrik Carlsson took the trouble to record a microcast in reply to my Eating Alone episode and raised a completely new reason for wanting to eat alone: because cooking for and eating with picky children can be a bit of a trial. Good luck with future meals.





Jeremy Cherfas

Jeremy Cherfas

2018-06-11

1 min read

It's all about power. Where the Dublin Gastronomy Symposium leads, the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cooking and the Agricultural History Society follow.

Jeremy Cherfas