Jan 19, 2022

Rifling Through My Drawers

Rifling Through My Drawers By {author, Rifling Through My Drawers Best Download || [Clarissa Dickson Wright] Rifling Through My Drawers Best Download || [Clarissa Dickson Wright] - Rifling Through My Drawers, Rifling Through My Drawers With her inimitable wit and outspoken views acclaimed cooking guru Clarissa Dickson Wright provides an unrivaled collection of stories and anecdotes from her ever eventful life in this touching memoi

  • Title: Rifling Through My Drawers
  • Author: Clarissa Dickson Wright
  • ISBN: 9780340977453
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Hardcover

Rifling Through My Drawers Best Download || [Clarissa Dickson Wright], Rifling Through My Drawers, Clarissa Dickson Wright, Rifling Through My Drawers With her inimitable wit and outspoken views acclaimed cooking guru Clarissa Dickson Wright provides an unrivaled collection of stories and anecdotes from her ever eventful life in this touching memoir As a celebrated cook and a champion of the countryside Clarissa s year includes meeting with local farmers and supermarket managers attending an oyster festival and coun

Rifling Through My Drawers

Rifling Through My Drawers Best Download || [Clarissa Dickson Wright] Rifling Through My Drawers Best Download || [Clarissa Dickson Wright] - Rifling Through My Drawers, Rifling Through My Drawers With her inimitable wit and outspoken views acclaimed cooking guru Clarissa Dickson Wright provides an unrivaled collection of stories and anecdotes from her ever eventful life in this touching memoi Rifling Through My Drawers

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Rifling Through My Drawers

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  1. This is a book that entertains and educates Clarissa lets us follow her through the year 2008 I enjoy the chatty, thoughts straight off the top of her head with no filter, way that Clarissa wrote Being a life long city dweller I learnt lots about the countryside I also learnt that Pid is the Celtic god of rain and was amused by a story about Lord Boothby It covers an eclectic range of topics and recommends a lot of foodstuffs.


  2. I enjoy Clarissa s writing very much, enough to skip over and or ignore the places where she has a rant I don t agree with.


  3. Clarissa Dickson Wright writes as she speaks, which is to say forthrightly There are moments of repetition in the book as a result of this and really where is her editor but overall I enjoyed this read It s essentially a commentary through a year of her life chapters standing as months She and I agree on many many things although not all so for me this book was a pleasant conversation with a friend in which we talk about the country, food, life and getting along If you re a member of PETA, veget [...]


  4. Well, I can quite confidently say that Clarissa Dickson Wright and I would not get on As an anti blood sport, vegetarian labour voter I think I represent to her all that is wrong with the world today However, despite being a fully paid up member of the Fluffy Bunny brigade, I can still find it within my soul to say that I enjoyed this book Clarissa has many interesting anecdotes and weaves them together in an unconventional fashion to still make a coherent whole I heartily disagree with much if [...]


  5. In this book, Clarrisa takes us through a year of her life, filled with hunts, and book signings and TV appearances She is outspoken on the issues that she cares about, preserving the countryside and outdoorsy sports like fox hunting and trout fishing and coursing following the greyhounds as they chase hares through the wild.She is opinionated and, though I can t say I agree with all of her unfounded theories such as that immigrant vegetarians are for unhealthy once they come to Britain because [...]


  6. Not one for vegetarians or any anti hunting types It was a very easy read with lots of recommendations of good food producers that I have made a note of The recipes at the end of each chapter were a nice touch too An interesting peek into a year of her life, although I agree with another reviewer that it needed a darn good editing in places.


  7. A year in the life of Clarissa She s opinionated but I don t always have her same opinions but that s okay She includes recipes but they seem rather random This was good bedtime reading interesting but not a pager turner.


  8. What a ladyOne of nature s eccentrics top class raconteur a good cook also supportedCountrywide activities and first class cook sadly no longer with us but,what a legacy thank you Clarrissa


  9. Some interesting nuggets about country life and I m with her a hundred percent about knowing where our food comes from and what goes into it Overall, a disjointed and rambling read, with a lot of padding.


  10. Very stream of consciousness, but just like her memories and anecdotes shared in the kitchen A homey, inviting view into her thoughts and life I look forward to reading her other, autobiographical work.


  11. I love Clarissa s chatty style but at times she becomes a bit repetitive She gives a very pro hunting account of life in rural England and she is very scathing of so many rules and regulations It was a fun read.


  12. The book is a year in the life of.but as I listened to it on audio read by the author who I really admire from 2 Fat Ladies and Clarissa and the Countryman Sadly I found it very boring and monotonous Sorry Clarissa


  13. I picked up this book because I loved the cooking show Two Fat Ladies However, for me, reading her work wasn t nearly as enjoyable as watching her maybe because I m in the U.S There were certainly some great nuggets, but most read like a nondescript diary to me.




  14. Thoroughly unPC lady with a distinct stream of consciousness writing style, I really enjoyed it however and must go back and watch Two Fat Ladies.


  15. I love listening to Clarissa Dickson Wright, but unfortunately this audio version is quite brief and disjointed It was enjoyable to listen to, but their simply wasn t enough of it.


  16. Somewhat entertaining and easy enough to read Her quite nasty, anti Labour, comments were extremely irritating though and ruined the book for me.


  17. This book is a hoot, although I certainly don t agree with all of her opinions Her writing style is very conversational and she wanders off at wonderful tangents.


  18. This would be an excellent read for all you Anglophiles out there It is amusing and tells great tales of country life by a huge supporter of hunting and eating well.


  19. funny old ramble I did finish it, and found it mildly entertaining, but it s not that great.


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