Posted by Family chef (U15497656) on Friday, 16th August 2013
We have watched this programme over time and have come to the conclusion that Nigel Slater's programme is completely irrelevant to 99% of the population, especially those with families. I can't think of anyone who has the the type of specialist leftovers he has in his fridge (along with the still crusty bread) at the end of the week. When he does restock it tends to be in specialist shops, probably only found in and around Notting Hill. I would love him to see what's left in my fridge at the end of the week (from a family of 5) and then have a "specialist" choice of Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda or Aldi to get all the ingredients (in nice brown paper bags)!! Whilst I actually quite like him, this is a totally indulgent programme geared towards single professional people based in an affluent area of London and is definitely not open to the majority of the population.
Posted by Garrypenny (U9662607) on Saturday, 17th August 2013
Yes, he is rather out of touch with the real world - I find him a bit weird and rather creepy.
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