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  Revival of 1970s Food Tuesday 19 August 2003  
Prawn cocktails, duck a l'orange, black forest gateaux - stalwart dishes we all enjoyed in the 1970s.

Well they're making a come back, even Gordon Ramsay is putting 70s bistro favourites back onto his restaurant menu. So dust off your silver candelabra, your hostess trolleys and those over the top origami shaped napkins, as Jenni along with food writer Sybil Kapoor and Sarah Jane Evans of Good Food Magazine, find out about the enduring appeal of 70s food and its evolution for our now health conscious palette.
Taste: A New Way to Cook, by Sybil Kapoor, Published 15 May 2003 by Mitchell Beazley, ISBN: 1840006102

Govt Food Standards Agency: 1970s
Book Review: Sybil Kapoor "Taste"

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