The Plagiarist in the Kitchen

A Lifetime's Culinary Thefts

This 'anti-cookbook' collects of 125 of Meades's favourite recipes, combining polemic with indispensable culinary advice Les mer
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This 'anti-cookbook' collects of 125 of Meades's favourite recipes, combining polemic with indispensable culinary advice

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Jonathan Meades is a writer, journalist, essayist and film-maker. He is the author of Filthy English, Peter Knows What Dick Likes, The Fowler Family Business, Museum Without Walls and Pompey. In 2014, he published the first volume of his autobiography, An Encyclopaedia of Myself. His many films for the BBC include Abroad in Britain, Meades Eats, Meades on France, The Joy of Essex, Bunkers, Brutalism and Bloodymindedness and, most recently, Franco Building.