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Raw: My Autobiography: The Autobiography Hardcover – 15 Sep 2003
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'Every bit as colourful as his campfire confessions . . . a lot of juicy, fascinating ingredients.' -- Heat Magazine
. . . graphic and touching. He is good on his brutal, abusive chiche of a prep school. -- Evening Standard
Raw is a damn sight funnier, more interesting and less pretentious than 99 per cent of the competition. -- The Daily Telegraph
A caustic tale of food, sex and ambition, and remarkable insight into the world of a controversial and talented chef. -- The Party Magazine
The story of this consummate enthusiast is infectious. -- The Irish Times
The hilarious and controversial autobiography of Britains best-loved celebrity chef, revealing the man behind the recipes and lifting the lid on the bizarre world of the food mafia.See all Product description
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I don't know if he really wrote the book but frankly I don't care. It was a touching tale of a disturbing childhood through to a turbulent adulthood.
AWT is very candid in his writing and doesn't seem to mind telling his most private secrets. Some people may be surprised that someone from such a disjointed upbringing has made such a sucess of their life. The style of writing as much as the story kept me interested the whole way through.
I would recommend the book even if you don't like AWT's on screen persona, as the book really does catalogue the life of a very interesting human being.
It really is a bad effort. I was a big fan of AWT but since reading this he has gone down in my estimations. It's obvious to the reader that he measures his successes in how many ladies he can bed.
If you were expecting to read about british food at an interesting time in its development, forget it!
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