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A. A. Gill: Adrian Anthony Gill is a British writer and critic who uses the bylines A. A. Gill and AA Gill. He is The Sunday Times' restaurant reviewer as well as a television critic; he is also a Vanity Fair restaurant reviewer. Gill wrote his first piece for Tatler in 1991, and joined The Sunday Times in 1993.
- also known as A.A. Gill
- born on (61 years ago) in Edinburgh, child of Yvonne Gilan and Michael Gill
- nationality: United Kingdom
- profession: Author, journalist, actor
- written works: "Sap Rising", "AA Gill is away", "The Ivy", "Träumen darf man", "A History of Food", "Previous Convictions", "Interviewing Places", "Le Caprice", "The Angry Island: Hunting the English", "Starcrossed"
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by Ned Sherrin
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Little Giant Encyclopedia (2009)
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The Diner's Dictionary (2012)
Word Origins of Food and Drink by John Ayto
lardo, radish, baby gem lettuce, and Jersey royals, which the waiter recommended', A. A. Gill, Sunday Times ( ). Livarot A soft cows'-milk cheese made in the Livarot area of the Calvados region of Normandy. It is made in small ...
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