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He’s everywhere

2 Apr

I was browsing through the introduction to Molly Stevens’ All About Roasting when a familiar name caught my eye:

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall mentioned in Molly Stevens' cookbook "All About Roasting"

“Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, the brilliant British chef and cookbook author, sums up the social significance of roasting like this in The River Cottage Meat Book: ‘Serving a roast has long been the most inclusive, magnanimous, and welcoming gesture a host can make to friends and family gathered round a table.'”

HFW is everywhere, there’s no escape!

If you’re interested in having more HFW in your life, someone (*cough cough*) made a YouTube playlist with the entire season of his most recent show, River Cottage Veg.  I’d love to know what you think; is it worthy of all my attention or am I fan girl-ing so hard for nothing?