Sex & Drugs & Sausage Rolls by Garrett GrahamThe first time I met Graham Garrett he described to me one of his favourite food and travel experiences. Alongside the fresh apply booze was a locally hunted hog, spit-roasted and shared among friends like a ye olde post-hunt celebration. I think this demonstrates a beautiful common trait in all great chefs: a passion for food that is social, cultural, meaningful and adored. Garrett is in a position to share these stories another time in another book hopefully but for now these tales are of the world of music. When Garrett was bashing the skins of his toms-toms with glam rock band Dumb Blondes, Panache and Ya Ya back in the s, I was just starting to eat solids. Reading his account of this decade with a musical lens really provides a perspective I can appreciate and be somewhat envious of.
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Sex & Drugs & Sausage Rolls
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It has always been John Omally's secret ambition to become a rock star. In his youth he mastered air guitar and wardrobe-mirror posing, but he lacked that certain something. But at last an opportunity has arisen for John to get into 'The Industry'. A band called Gandhi's Hairdryer are looking for a manager, so all John has to do is persuade them that he is the new Brian Epstein. It should be a piece of cake.
The book follows Graham's transformation from rock star to Michelin-starred chef and reveals how his love of food started young in 60s East End London and has been heavily inspired by his experiences touring the world as a musician.
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