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Caviare and after: The truth about luxury food (1964)

by Andre Launay

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"Caviare should not be served at cocktail parties on little bits of burn toast."
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"There is more rubbish talked about wine and wine-tasting than anything else. It is the perfect subject for the snob, the one-up man, the bore and, because the true experts are patient and polite people who prefer drinking wine to talking about it, only the views of the amateur are expressed and they become more and more banal as time goes on. "
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