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Before taking up the revered role of restaurant critic for The Guardian, Grace Dent had two weekly columns in the Independent. She is a regular show guest, having appeared on Have I Got News For You, BBC2's The Review Show, Masterchef and Charlie Brooker's Screenwipe. Grace has written eleven novels for teenagers and she recently won the Guild of Food Writers' Food Writing Award 2019 for her work published in The Guardian.


'Extraordinary. Vivid, irreverent, heartbreaking.' NIGEL SLATER

'So funny and so delicious. I could eat it.' DAWN O'PORTER

'... absolutely loved it. Add to your reading list now!' NIGELLA LAWSON

'I stayed awake LATE to finish and honest-to-god it's WONDERFUL! Deliciously honest about ambition, family secrets, loneliness, success, it's all here! It's a HUGELY engaging and satisfying read.' MARIAN KEYES

'Charming, readable and resonating ... this is British comfort food in book form' STYLIST

'A moving account of family and ambition' VOGUE

'Full of audacious, vodka-dry humour, Hungry is also tender and touching, she writes about her father's dementia with heartbreaking honesty.' RED

'Funny and poignant account of life with her father and how it shaped her relationship with food...Dent is a fine comic writer, but she is also superb on grief and the small moments of connection that offer a way through.' THE OBSERVER

'Tender and witty, the book is both a love letter to George, whose eventual decline from dementia she recounts, and the food that brought them together.' THE GUARDIAN

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