Truth, Love & Clean Cutlery: A New Way of Choosing Where to Eat in the World

Truth, Love & Clean Cutlery: A New Way of Choosing Where to Eat in the World

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Of all the qualities that distinguish a truly outstanding restaurant or food experience, perhaps truth, love and care are the most important: a passion for creating food that is so good it will never be forgotten; an environment that makes that extraordinary food taste even better; and a care for the ground or water from which that food is derived and the community in which it is served. Truth, Love & Clean Cutlery identifies truly exemplary restaurants and food experiences, offering a new, kinder way of choosing where to eat. It recognises the enormous efforts our most caring restaurateurs, chefs and cooks are making to reduce carbon emissions, support their communities, and make the world a better place plate by plate. Restaurants that care about these things aren't just good... they're good.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 740 pages
  • 155 x 218 x 35mm | 920g
  • Fisherman's Bend, Australia
  • Illustrated in colour throughout
  • 1760760269
  • 9781760760267
  • 310,658

About Jill Dupleix

Jill Dupleix is a celebrated Australian food writer, restaurant critic and cookbook author. She was also food editor for The Times in London for six years. She is the founding editor of Truth, Love & Clean Cutlery.Giles Coren is a London-based columnist and award-winning restaurant critic for The Times newspaper. He is author of the best-selling How To Eat Out, presenter of two current hit BBC TV series', Back In Time For Dinner and Amazing Hotels, and is Editor-at-Large of Esquire UK.Alice Waters is a chef, author, food activist, and the founder and owner of Chez Panisse restaurant in Berkeley, California. She has been a champion of local, sustainable agriculture for over four decades. In 2015 she was awarded the National Humanities Medal by President Obama, proving that eating is a political act, and that the table is a powerful means for social justice and positive change.
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