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jgoldillo.jpgDon't miss this interview with LA Times critic Jonathan Gold. He talks about a lot of things, including his 5,000-volume cookbook collection and writing negative reviews: "I used to have this rule where I felt I was allowed to write a negative review if a restaurant had been extravagantly and stupidly praised somewhere else... When Gordon Ramsay's restaurant opened at the London, in West Hollywood, my review was mean enough that the Independent in London ran an article about it on the front page. I take my shots, but I don't do it that often." [Believer via ISSF]

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