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Snow leopard cubs, Andrew Halliday
"Suffice it to say that the controversy, for the Europeans at least, came to be seen as the fight of the small against the big producers, of traditional methods against industrial processes, even of “good food and drink” against what in French is called malbouffe (“junk food” would be the closest translation). To my counterparts, it became a political headache because Europe was trying to obtain a roll-back of existing (ab)uses of European origin appellations, or “usurpations”, as we would somewhat poetically refer to them. This would have compelled producers using such names in those countries to abandon their use and adopt other ways of distinguishing their products."
Samantha with Zelo Pizza, rberteig
Crucially missing from the book is what type of cheese they ordered on their pizza during those all-nighters. Gorgonzola or Italian blue cheese?