Apr 18, 2018

Chudd: Australia needs more cookbooks for men who eat alone in food courts

Mark Latham and Alan Jones aren't the only ones releasing a cookbook marketed to men whose Twitter profiles feature Donald Trump.

Peter Chudd*

Guest writer

Hungry outsiders, rejoice!

For years now, those of us who shared a certain brand of Outsider politics and a rabid disregard for cultural elitism were forced to go hungry every night. Partly this was metaphor, as we were hungry for justice and recognition, but mostly it was literal and attributed to various unfair moments of discrimination that have seen me banned from every Hog’s Breath Cafe in the country.

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2 thoughts on “Chudd: Australia needs more cookbooks for men who eat alone in food courts

  1. Oliver Frank

    Thanks for this great piece. I loved it.

  2. Venise Alstergren

    Terrific bit of writing. I don’t know which crack I liked best. “massive hit amongst those viewers of Sky News who still have teeth.” or “Recipes For The Man Who Usually Only Eats His Words. “

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