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Jonathan Meades is a writer, journalist, essayist and film-maker. He is the author of Filthy English, Peter Knows What Dick Likes, The Fowler Family Business, Museum Without Walls and Pompey. In 2014, he published the first volume of his autobiography, An Encyclopaedia of Myself.

His many films for the BBC include Abroad in Britain, Meades Eats, Meades on France and, most recently, The Joy of Essex and Bunkers, Brutalism and Bloodymindedness Concrete Poetry.


The Plagiarist in the Kitchen Jonathan Meades

An uncompromising anti-cookbook from the inimitable food critic and essayist Jonathan Meades, featuring 125 ‘borrowed’ recipes and insights from a life spent writing about food.

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