Suggested reading…

It doesn’t happen as often as it used to, but there are times when we buy and read a Sunday paper over coffee and cake. And it’s usually after we’ve been out for lunch, largely because we know a couple of shops that do good cakes or when Caroline’s had a baking session.

The Sunday paper in question is usually The Observer (other papers are available folks!) and one of the pages we inevitably turn to is Jay Rayner’s restaurant review.

As a fan of Jay’s reviewing style, there wasn’t too much time taken to think about buying his book My Dining Hell (Penguin) when it showed up on Amazon’s Kindle platform here in the UK for the pocket friendly sum of £1.99.

May I recommend it to the house…


About Keith Rickaby

I’m a writer and photographer who has worked in the tailoring trade and the outdoor/travel clothing, equipment and footwear game. Past lives include working as an outdoor instructor, managing three bands and doing PR work through an agency or my own contacts. Was a student in the mid-90s and I'm originally from the North East, but now based in Yorkshire and back to home life after three years with a travel and outdoor activity based retailer.
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