Book Reviews

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Reading David Fletcher’s book Marmite, Bites and Noisy Nights does, from time to time, make you feel sorry for his wife Sandra. David, who has a keen eye for travel details and for the foibles of fellow travellers, also, it appears, has an uncontrollable desire to offer his opinions on any subject that comes to mind, often at inappropriate moment, much to Sandra’s disapproval.

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Ambrosia is actually classified as a magazine, but with its many pages and just two issues a year it is a magazine with a difference. This is definitely a magazine to inspire and keep.

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A friend and I had arranged to meet for lunch in London, but where to eat was the problem. Neither of us wanted to spend too much money, we wanted somewhere fairly central, that did interesting food, had some nice wine, was stylish, and had a good atmosphere as well.

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Born of Spanish parents in the UK José Souto nevertheless spent many holidays in Spain, either learning about fishing and hunting from one side of the family who lived in Andalucia or learning about produce from the land from the other, the farming side of the family, in Galicia.

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