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Restaurant critic Giles Coren on where to eat
Restaurant critic Giles Coren is well known for stuffing his face on camera. He's eaten his way through The F Word with Gordon Ramsay and dined like a glutton with Sue Perkins during The Supersizers Eat... TV series. Team that with the fact that he's a restaurant critic for The Times newspaper, and you have one die-hard professional eater.
Giles' latest culinary marathon has involved scouring Britain's very own larder. Our Food is a brand new four-part series starting on Wednesday 4 April, on BBC Two, and sees Giles lifting the lid on Britain's culinary heritage. He finds out how to catch a Cromer crab in the dark at 5am, how Colman's mustard was saved from extinction and just how muddy mussel farming can be. And, as you might have guessed, he eats a fair bit of food in the process.
Who in their right mind would allow themselves to be told where to go or what to do by this guy ?
Just check out the background of this self pitying and self sympathizing empty piece of garbage.
Constant use of profanities, whether in newspapers or in the form of internet blog, which he defends, instead of apologizing. Finds pleasure in exposing others to ridicule, such as the footballers in the court injunction case. Thinks it is very funny to make jokes openly and for anyone to hear about himself having sex with a child. And has a persecution complex the size of Texas. He thinks everyone from the Poles to the Eskimoes is out to get him !
We had a rare catch up with the journalist and food critic to find out what he thinks of the state of British food, and whether there's really any point to that pesky pasty tax. Watch the MSN Food video interview with Giles Coren below.