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For twelve months, Fearnley-Whittingstall was in culinary heaven. He had never learned so much so quickly.
He discovered the seasons, and their bounty, and was paid to make food from it: could things get any better? He was disorganized, and incorrigibly messy: he was Pigpen in the kitchen.
He embarked on a new profession, and was increasingly surprised by the passion of his convictions. That commitment has now been expressed in nine television series, three specials, and ten books.
He started with a cow named Marge he has since stopped naming the creatures he kills , and soon acquired enough animals never to have to buy anything but diapers and detergent from a supermarket again.
You imagine the English suburban future with a cloud of porcine poo, like a London smog from the fifties, hanging tenaciously over the Home Counties.
The cottage of the title, meanwhile, has moved to Devon, is no longer a cottage as such, and is nowhere near a river.
For Fearnley-Whittingstall, it seems, the most compelling meat comes from a cow, and, to this day, one of the great meals of his life is a standing rib roast he ate four years ago with his family on Boxing Day, the first that had been carved out of an animal he had fed and looked after himself.
Most of this is photographed—illustration is an essential feature of the book—but so, too, are the meats as they are being consumed.
We see a half-eaten steak, the fat congealing; a cassoulet after everyone has helped himself to it; a plate rim smeared with grease; a sideboard stacked higgledy-piggledy with dishes, cutlery, leftovers, and wineglasses cloudy from finger smudges.
There is a dog: licking fat that has dripped from a table where a pig has been carved up or sitting on a bench with Fearnley-Whittingstall, having just had a bite of his homemade pork pie.
For all the disarray, there is a coherent ideology. It is evident in the opening pages, an eleven-photograph sequence that shows the author taking two cows to slaughter.
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It helps that the cast of characters is just really excellent. Nora and June are each good side characters.
I also really appreciated characters like Bea, Pez, and Zahra, who show up briefly but make an impact anyway. Time to scream, with spoilers.
View all 19 comments. This book was in a word; matchless. I laughed, I loved, I cried but mostly loved every beautiful little thing that led up to the last page.
Now, having finished, I wish for nothing more but to go all the way back to the beginning and start again. As readers, sometimes - very rarely - you come across a book that quintessentially becomes a mantra, a new sense of hope and a burst of something you never really knew existed.
I don't think I will ever forget this novel. For a glimpse on my current situation: i'm sporting sweatpants, haven't cooked for more than 24 hours, hair's an absolute mess, feel like screaming how gay i am out the window, and completely abandoned my responsibilities.
When this book is published, and readers pick it up for the first time, I'm going to be sitting and watching all the emotions unfurl and all the fan;art,fiction,girling commence.
And while I sit and watch, I'm going to be so jealous of everyone that has the luxury of reading this for the first time. It's equal parts funny and loving and clever and tragic.
I made a note on my kindle at page 3 stating "this is it," because that's how much I could feel the energy of a fucking brilliant book in my hands.
The camaraderie and friendship combined with rebellion and sexy banter is almost too good to be in one novel. This is quite possibly the easiest five stars I have ever given.
He has the personality of a cabbage. There is quite a lot of politics involved, quite a lot of drunkedness and quite a lot of soft moments that make you clutch your kindle slightly tighter.
A beautiful feeling arose throughout the book as I saw the family and the omnipresent feeling of hope through friends.
Nora gave me life and made me swoon. June was someone we all need in our life, alongside Pez. Bea was the softest cinnamon role in the whole bakery and when they were all together, my heart started singing.
Sometimes, I'm skeptical about picking up new authors - especially, when they are debuting with a genre that means so much to me.
Yet, here I am, falling incredibly in love with everything this book is and will continue to be in my life.
Jun 17, emma rated it liked it Shelves: ya , contemporary , couldn-t-wait-to-read , unpopular-opinion , recommend , 3-and-a-half-stars , to-review , auto-buy-authors , reviewed , diverse.
This made me And I famously cannot blush. CASEY MCQUISTON IS A STAR. This book has: - amazing banter - the best side characters - fantastic friendships - so much humor I laughed!
At a book! When does that HAPPEN! A re-meet-cute? Can I coin a term? No exaggeration. So, in short, Casey McQuiston is, after just one book, a complete auto-buy author for me.
This was not a perfect book. And in truth it made me cringe many times. Like, yes, on the one hand everyone is right and this is the cutest, fluffiest, most fun read of all time.
On the other hand I do not want my politics to be cute-fluffy-fun. I do not want them to be revisionist history where the current administration is absurdly well motivated and diverse and perfect and there is no corruption or back-hallway negotiation at all.
I also think the scene with the Queen of England was Cringe Central. Again, not realistic, just completely good politics versus completely bad politics depending on which better serves the plot.
This just felt I care about politics and seeing it idealized and completely unrealistic took me out of the story?? Can I say the word politics more.
Even that was not enough to take away from this book so much for it to be a negative rating or an unenjoyable read.
Bottom line: Casey McQuiston give me your next book immediately please, and also thank you for not writing it about politics.
View all 36 comments. But you guys yeah, you, the ones who read it and fell in obsession with it made me want to give it a try with your exuberance.
AND I BLOODY LOVED IT. Really, after the first chapter I was like girl, keep reading, why the hell you stopped?
It made me feel excruciatingly giggly. What made it super pleasant for me is the twist of the political reality — the United States actually has a female president, which is a determined lady from Texas and she has two amazing children who happen to be half Mexican.
How cool is that though? On the other hand, I found a bit of time and event inaccuracy in this that actually disturbs my OCD and keeps me awake at night.
Anyway, those are details that would probably be discussed by me with a shrink in a private session of why am I like this.
Let me show you instead another positive thing about this book that I really loved. These characters, man. They all are so sweet and so witty and so lovely and they make you feel so warm and welcome.
I could feel it in my bones, I swear. Henry is as slightly introverted and as prone to extreme mood swings and as puppy-lovable like every Pieces I know and Alex is as stubborn and as passionate and ready to take over the world, making plans, being the centre of every event, burying himself in thousands of projects as every single Aries I know.
Jesus, this is disturbingly accurate. The love in this book is real and is tear-dropping. But still, let me warn you about some aspects.
There are loads of hook-ups and sexy-scenes in there, some more detailed, some not-so, but you still get the picture.
Dead-ass serious now, to me, they are a bit cringe. But not because of a boy loving another boy. God no. To me, scenes like that, with an explicit type of content, are cringe as hell in general.
No matter in which -sexuality suffix they end. This was a lit book. I loved it. Even more than I thought.
I actually forgot about all these stereotypes and labels the society tries to push down our throats. For moments on, there was just me, witnessing a love story unfolding.
Which scream at me with love. I thought, if someone like you ever loved me, it would set me on fire. And then I was a careless fool, and I fell in love with you anyway ….
And then, inexplicably, you had the absolute audacity to love me back. Can you believe it? View all 33 comments. Jan 05, Heather K dentist in my spare time rated it it was amazing Shelves: romance , made-me-laugh , poc-mc , new-adult , contemporary , m-m , little-to-no-sex-content , loved-it , hype-hype-hype , great-chemistry.
I mean, this is Casey McQuiston 's first book, and it's written in present tense ugh , but love it I did. I loved it HARD.
My reading experience was simply me laughing, crying, or swooning in a continuous cycle. Sometimes all three at once.
It's been a long, long time since I've wanted to melt into a puddle of goo on the floor because the romance!!! Holy god, this story was the romancey-romance of your dreams.
I'm a sucker for a few things in a romance book, and this story has nearly all of them. We get a sexual awakening can I get a halleloo?!
Did Casey McQuiston worm her way into my brain and pull out my deepest fantasies?!?!?! I wanted to take a nap inside these pages.
I took pictures and screenshots of my Kindle of the uber-romantic email exchange to swoon over later. I cried and laughed like a lunatic on my couch, huddled in a prison of tea and reading of my own making.
I fell asleep with the imprint of my Kindle on my face at 3 am. Even though I don't like reading about politics or political games, even though present tense makes me feel itchy did I mention that yet??
The dialogue is something I will remember for a long time. The humor was absolutely everything and elevated this book from good to unbelievably amazing.
The feelings were so intense I felt like my heart was going to jump out of my chest. It's worth your time and your money, and it's worth it to read something so fun and heartfelt and rare that it made it's way on to my elusive favorites list.
With literally thousands of romances under my belt, this one still stands out. And nothing will matter but just we two, we two longing loves at last come together.
View all 83 comments. Heather K dentist in my spare time Amazonaute wrote: "The power point stuff had me guffawing.
Amazonaute wrote: "The power point stuff had me guffawing. Saldana I love how the 5-star reviews focused on the romance Jan 02, PM.
Feb 10, Madison rated it it was ok. I recieved this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I mean, seriously, can you think of one contemporary author outside of YA who has gotten famous writing LGBTQ romance novels?
What about fiction in general? I know, me neither. So why this book? That much is for damn sure. I have a theory. Red, White, and Royal Blue follows Alex Claremont-Diaz, a Mexican-American kid whose mom was elected president in CM writes in the acknowledgements that this book started as a fun project and, after the course of the actual election, became a sort of therapeutic, wish-fulfilling exercise.
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Conspiracy Theory? Or just Crap Service? I don't know, I really don't. Posted by Parisgirl at 5 comments:. Friday, 20 March Jumped up justice.
I went for a little manifest yesterday because I am more than a little peed off with the French government this week. We returned from holiday to discover that the mother of one of La Fille's classmates has been threatened with expulsion from France at the end of the month.
The letter informing her that she has until the end of the month to leave the country came as something of a shock as she has lived and worked legally in France for ten years.
It counts for nothing, it seems, that she has her own fashion business on which she stumps up the required taxes and charges and a small shop on which she pays rent, or that she speaks French or that her daughter who she is bringing up alone was born in France, has never lived anywhere else than France and started at a French school last September.
I am not quite sure what more this now anxious and terrified poor woman has to do to fulfil the requirements of "integration" into French society and neither is she.
I suspect there is actually nothing she can do because it's not personal but political. Last year the French government expelled a record 29, "illegal immigrants".
Brice Hortefeux the then immigration minister declared he was "very proud" of this. For the target is 26, this young mum is a number, nothing more.
And because she is not what they call a "clandestine" but has been in France legally, worked legally, paid her taxes, schooled her child she is on the administration's books and consequently easy to find and shove on a plane back to a country she no longer calls home and that was never home to her child.
And this in France, which never fails to remind the world that it is the cradle of human rights. But this is France and nothing is ever quite as simple as it seems.
Off I went to manifest. My friends and fellow journalists and I stood on the corner of the street with our banner waiting to join the march at the appropriate moment.
We let half a dozen groups go by, we let the teachers go by, we let a small lorry blasting out the Italian anti-fascist song Bella Ciao go by then, because we had waited an hour and the banner was heavy, we decided to join the fray So much for solidarity.
All I can say is if you are ever tempted to join a French march, make sure you ask permission first. You're pushing in. Would you credit it.
Pushing in Thursday, 19 March Carpe Diem. Having joked about the perils of skiing in my last post, I thought I would add that I feel terribly sad for the family of the lovely Natasha Richardson , especially her two young sons.
Reading the reports I would venture that her untimely death says less about the dangers of skiing than the fact, often forgotten in the hurly burly of daily mundanity, that we all have a very tenuous grasp on life.
As Horace wrote: Seize the Day "Don't ask it's forbidden to know what final fate the gods have given to me and you, Leuconoe, and don't consult Babylonian horoscopes.
How much better it is to accept whatever shall be, whether Jupiter has given many more winters or whether this is the last one, which now breaks the force of the Tuscan sea against the facing cliffs.
Be wise, strain the wine, and trim distant hope within short limits. While we're talking, grudging time will already have fled: seize the day, trusting as little as possible in tomorrow.
Tuesday, 17 March Pass the crystal ball. We went skiing last week. The following was supposed to be posted when I pressed the post button minutes before we left.
For some reason, possibly not unconnected to me fiddling with the Post Options, it never appeared. However, never one to let a word go to waste, I am posting it now.
We are back from skiing but just call me Zoltar. Of course I can't, I'm English. It really isn't fair. I said this last year - I say it every time - but it isn't.
The Frenchman does no exercise whatsoever and has been skiing about four times in the last 20 years, but he can ski. Of course he can, he's French.
The Belle Belle-Fille shuns any kind of sport and yet skis like a mountain goddess, sweeping down slopes with a gentle sway of the hips, her knees and skis perfectly parallel and with minimum effort and maximum grace.
I keep fit, I go to the gym, I have a good sense of balance, I used to roller-skate, but the art of skiing well eludes me. For some reason I have it in my head that I enjoy skiing but when I deconstruct the experience into the sum of its parts I wonder why I have reached this bizarre conclusion.
Here is how it will go: a The train will arrive and we will discover we have to pay an arm and a leg for a taxi to the ski resort or wait 90 minutes in the cold wearing our Paris clothes for the next bus.
It will not be pretty sloping roofed wooden building with lots of balconies in the middle of the photo in the brochure, but the grey Soviet-era concrete block next to it.
We will be given two tall poles that we will be told are very important but that we have no idea what exactly to do with except "plante, plante", which if you are French means sticking them in the snow before executing a perfect turn and if you are English means sticking them in the snow and falling over them.
In fact, five-year-old French children coming down it very fast. I will shout for at least 10 minutes until I realise he is going to ski off and leave me to get down on my own if I don't shut up and that groups of five-year-olds are looking at me before skiing off.
I will panic and lean back - big big mistake - and will go faster. I will fall over. We only waited 15 minutes for a bus; this was long enough to buy the tickets without panicking.
It had a balcony. It was much smaller than it looked in the brochure. It was indeed a schlepp and a half from the main ski-lift, the village, the ski school Blistered fingers on the first day.
There were. First day, first slope, he "accidentally" went the wrong way and took us down a red competition slope for the second year running.
I knew I was in trouble because there were no five-year-olds to be seen. I swear this is the same slope I saw on the recent downhill skiing championships.
I shouted at the Frenchman. He looked resigned: "Welcome to the first day skiing," he said. One ski came off. Small mercy: thanks to being on competition slope nobody except the Frenchman witnessed my wimping and whingeing.
We had a fabulous time! Posted by Parisgirl at 9 comments:. Wednesday, 11 March Trust me, trust me I'm a doctor. I am not allowed to give blood in France because I could have 'Mad Cow' disease.
This rule applies to anyone who lived in Britain during the s. But now my dental surgeon wants to transplant a piece of dead cow into my mouth.
Now why would I agree to that? I ask him. He says this is the treatment he recommends. I know the sub-text: he is the specialist, I must trust him.
It explains that 'bovine material' is harvested bone from the carcasses of dead cows farmed in America, which it claims, is perfectly safe.
Excuse me, but as the glossy leaflet was produced by the company selling the bone it would say that wouldn't it? I Google "cow bone jaw dental transplant".
I find nothing particularly persuasive or dissuasive but decide: "No way", anyway. I will not be surprised if the dental surgeon refuses to treat me when I tell him.
This highlights a big difference between the NHS and the French health service. In Britain doctors jump through hoops to explain everything in great detail and give patients the choice.
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