The truth seeker
Anthony Warner, also known as The Angry Chef and a fierce critic of so-called food experts, will be in Dublin next week for the Festival of Politics, where he hopes to engage in robust debate about food faddism among other subjects
I’m several questions into my interview with Anthony Warner before I remember to ask him if he has any Irish roots. I thought he might, I tell him, because he’s the only non-Irish person I’ve ever heard use the word ‘gobshite’.
“I don’t,” he replies with a laugh. “But I can swear in several different languages.”
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