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Now with a new epilogue, the UK's most influential food and drink journalist shoots a few sacred cows of food culture.
Since the publication of his most recent book in 2008, the award-winning journalist, broadcaster and writer Jay Rayner has gone from being one of the most respected figures in the food world, to a household name. His Friday night appearances on the BBC's One Show, where he is the resident food pundit, regularly draw audiences of up to five million people. In addition he has presented Food: what goes in your basket for Channel 4, is a regular in the critics slot on Masterchef and, in February 2011, became the host of BBC Radio 4's The Kitchen Cabinet, a new question-time format dedicated to everything we might ever eat. He remains the Observer newspaper's restaurant critic and columnist, while writing for myriad publications both in the UK and abroad.