No-deal advocate suggests Brexit cookbook while endorsing smuggling
Charles Hilary Moore, in The Spectator: “Perhaps it is time for a Brexit recipe book, like those comforting wartime rationing ones full of bright ideas for dull things.” Moore is clearly unaware of the 2017 Brexit Cookbook: British Food for British People, featuring “majestically monocultural mains” and “flaky flimfam,” a.k.a. croissants. Irony isn’t dead after all. Moore also suggests “a centuries-old tradition of smuggling” could be revived, which presumably would feed the entire country, and not just an elite few who intend to reap the rewards of self-serving political chaos under the “one rule for us, another for the rest” model.
Gordon Ramsay is opening an “authentic Asian eating house”
Phone the Colonel to ease ordering anxiety
KFC will now offer drive-thru customers the chance to call ahead and place an order for collection, rather than ordering on arrival. No word on whether recorded menu is in Harlem Sanders’ accent. [Big Hospitality]
Coal Rooms duo will debut nose-to-tail residency at Carousel
Sam Bryant and Alicja Specjalna will bring something new called ‘Whole Beast’ to Carousel in Marylebone in March. Focussing on nose-to-tail cookery, this could be start of a new direction for the Peckham pair.