Four-eyed purple prose hater.
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See the threats, exposed identities, accusations, and ejections fly.
A.A. Gill gets to use all sorts of dirty words that the 'Times' critic probably wishes he could.
Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken welcome a culinary trendsetter from the U.K.
Robert Sietsema lashes out at A.A. Gill, but is it Sietsema who got it wrong?
"There's a deep inconsistency between deploring the killing of a baboon while we order another portion of butter chicken or fish fry."
The John Dory's chef, April Bloomfield, was nervous when she heard that a god of gastronomy would be watching her every move.