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Renowned Journalist and Restaurant Critic A.A. Gill Has Died
The British columnist was 62.
Quote of the Day
Hell Is Other Diners
Four-eyed purple prose hater.
The Fifteen Most Gloriously Dramatic Fights Between Restaurant Owners and Food
See the threats, exposed identities, accusations, and ejections fly.
Batali Jumps Into Rayner-Chang Twitter Tiff
“Jay Rayner is more into Jay than anything else.”
We Do Sort of Wish Sam Sifton Could Get Away With Stuff Like This
A.A. Gill gets to use all sorts of dirty words that the ‘Times’ critic probably wishes he could.
Fergus Henderson Teaches ‘Nose-To-Tail’ Appreciation at Ciudad
Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken welcome a culinary trendsetter from the U.K.
Critic ‘Pissed Off’ by Brit’s New York Tour
Robert Sietsema lashes out at A.A. Gill, but is it Sietsema who got it wrong?
Ethics of Eating
Critic A.A. Gill Kills a Baboon, Doesn’t Have the Decency to Eat It
“There’s a deep inconsistency between deploring the killing of a baboon while we order another portion of butter chicken or fish fry.”
Where Does Ferran Adrià Eat When He’s in Town?
The John Dory’s chef, April Bloomfield, was nervous when she heard that a god of gastronomy would be watching her every move.