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Mimi Biggadike

Mimi Biggadike

Mimi Biggadike studied English at the University of Cambridge and works as a freelance journalist. She writes travel pieces and food reviews for various publications. She is currently based in Melbourne, where she also works part-time as a professional chef.

Mimi Biggadike reviews 'Coming to my Senses: The making of a counterculture cook' by Alice Waters

January–February 2018, no. 398 19 December 2017
It is a colourful and turbulent life Alice Waters leads. Thankfully, it is turbulent in the fruitful sense, a process of regeneration and creation so nimbly edited into her autobiography, Coming to My Senses, that it strikes one as being deserving of its titular gerund. It relays the creation of both her ethos and her restaurant, Chez Panisse. Both are realised with great clarity throughout the bo ... (read more)