I love studying food history. I read a lot of books. I do a fair bit of travel. I interview experts. Happily, thanks to YouTube, I also have access to a wide range of wonderful videos that focus on different periods of food history. 282 more words
Tags » Giles Coren
When watching journalist Giles Coren’s programme on how to eat to live longer, one thing he said really stuck in my mind. Whilst speaking of his late father, the satirist Alan Coren, Giles explained that on the day his column was printed, his dad would call him up to say how much a certain joke or phrase had amused him. 247 more words
This embed is invalid
What’s the best way to promote a TV show? Strip naked, of course.
WARNING: This article contains an image from the programme which depicts the graphic butchering of an animal.
Giles Coren has been on a mission to increase his life span and has been looking at some extreme dietary measures of doing so for tonight’s Eat To Live Forever airing on BBC Two. 614 more words
In The Times a week or so ago, Giles Coren, who is an entertaining restaurant critic but utterly (and possibly justifiably) London centric, or rather, anti-Provincial, asserted that when it comes to eating trends, for every 10 miles you go further from London, you become 1 year ‘behind trend’ (London being the measure of things). 1,103 more words