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Felicity Cloake
Award-winning Guardian & New Statesman columnist. One More Croissant for the Road, my mad culinary Tour de France out 13th June, Completely Perfect out now
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Felicity Cloake 1h
Official: Croissants will save the world
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Felicity Cloake 1h
Replying to @LeahHyslop
Cheering! My only beef with that is that the noble croissant is dismissed as a “snack”
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Felicity Cloake Oct 19
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Felicity Cloake Oct 18
Errr hello my dinner plans for the first available opportunity
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Felicity Cloake Oct 18
Just the sound of Priti Patel is enough to make me want to swap this coffee for a stiff cyanide
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Felicity Cloake Oct 18
(or at least some of it, before they get back on the train)
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Felicity Cloake Oct 18
the Blue Train seems the most likely candidate - the murder is only discovered when they get to Nice, so assuming the action happens there?
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Felicity Cloake Oct 18
now I feel embarrassed. HP was always my favourite Christie detective as well (tho I also liked Tommy and Tuppence), but it might well be 25 years since I picked one up. SHAME ON ME
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Felicity Cloake Oct 18
Replying to @Supermozza
thank you! (according to Wikipedia (definitely reliable source) he's called over to France to do an investigation in Murder on the Links because that's one of the ones I already checked out, but I think I need to re-read it anyway. Need poss wrong word)
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Felicity Cloake Oct 18
thanks! I love twitter most of the time. He never goes to the south of France does he?
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Felicity Cloake Oct 18
Genuinely work-related question I SWEAR: does Hercule Poirot ever go on holiday in any of the books? (Apart from the Christmas story.) I know he suffers from sea sickness, but is he on holiday on the Orient Express or in Egypt for example? Can't remember
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Sophie Heawood Oct 17
The problem is I actually really wanted to stay in the European Union.
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Felicity Cloake Oct 17
Replying to @NigelSlater
It’s a seminal moment in any Guardianista’s career. I may need to take it to Highbury Corner to be bespoke framed
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Felicity Cloake Oct 17
Received some Big Personal News last night but wanted to see it with my own eyes before sharing it with you guys. FINALLY. I’d like to thank Yotam, my editors, everyone at the Guardian and whoever sent this in…
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Felicity Cloake Oct 17
Only really works if you are tall and/or willowy though. I for one am fervently praying for the return of the knee
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Felicity Cloake Oct 17
Replying to @sengupta_piya
I think people think of them like apple cores, i.e. they'll biodegrade. At least that's what I hope they think. Wilf has gone back to sleep, I think he's fine. My duvet however is not
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Felicity Cloake Oct 17
Replying to @Overtonlady
sadly I have a tiny kitchen, so no room for anything so big, though I bet they're great
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Felicity Cloake Oct 17
Replying to @meg_boas
you're lucky, I get about 6 months max
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Felicity Cloake Oct 17
Replying to @OmarAllibhoy
yeah, I have a very small kitchen, so everyone kindly recommending platform scales... I just don't have the room to store them or leave them out sadly
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Felicity Cloake Oct 17
sorry. Once you've had one...
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