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FOOD FOR THOUGHT

ASTRAGAL IN VENICE

To the launch lunch of Jeremy Till's exhibition in the British Pavilion. Present were Richard MacCormac, Nigel Coates, Nicholas Serota, Rem Koolhaas and John Sorrell, taking advantage of the wine and grub that included a disturbing moussaka-cum-lasagne. Why is it that even in one of the greatest culinary countries, the Brits get food so wrong? Gossip surrounded Jezza's efforts, and the consensus was that it was worthy but a little childish.

But the overwhelming attitude was that people were here to drink. And drink they did.

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