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<br /> Fay Maschler's<br /> Restaurant Guide<br /> Sous-vide or not sous-vide?<br /> Heston B vs Jeremy Lee<br /> Issue : Autumn<br /> Including The Official<br /> Guide to the London<br /> Restaurant Festival 2012<br /> Openings, happenings,<br /> Twe@ting Out<br /> and chef recipes<br /> Travel: Getting the<br /> beef on Buenos Aires<br /> Over 600 restaurants creating<br /> Festival Menus. See Inside<br /> <br /> <br /> 56 22<br /> 32<br /> The Plate<br /> Happenings, events and all the culinary<br /> chit-chat from our man with his finger<br /> in all the pies. Page 8<br /> Method in the madness?<br /> Sous-vide or not sous-vide? Heston B<br /> and Jeremy Lee. One loves this hip<br /> water bath method the other hates it.<br /> You choose. Page 18<br /> Fay Maschler’s<br /> Restaurant Guide<br /> Some restaurants are expensive but<br /> worth every penny. 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