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rayner150tweezeres.jpgUK critic Jay Rayner declares war on tweezer food: "The use of tweezers is just a symptom of the garnish disease. Garnishing is the art of the superfluous. It is an expression of prissiness in food, an attempt to make the gloriously knuckle-dragging business of preparing good stuff to eat... Garnishing is the biggest waste of time there is in the kitchen. Take this as a declaration of war." [Observer]
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