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1. [100.00%] Winner's Dinners - Breaking a 30-year boycott with lunch at the Savoy
observant reader noticed Ms Marinetti was a "regular writer" to your column (Winner's Letters, last week ). Marinetti - a very unusual surname - sounds like something she may well baste herself with. How very apt. Does Mr Winner have his culinary
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2. [50.00%] Winner's Dinners - Oh waiter, what's this yacht doing in my soup
with interest that Jackie Marinetti (Winner's Dinners, June 29 ), "a regular writer to this column", was a guest at dinner. I'm also a regular writer. How come I've never been invited to dinner with Winner? Stanley Silver, Hadley Wood, north
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3. [50.00%] Winner's Dinners - The only thing undercooked was the atmosphere
and ex-glamour model Jackie Marinetti, a regular writer to this column. Jackie's a genuine bird expert. She scrutinises them in strange parts of foreign lands. Places I would not dare to enter. I finish on a recent incident concerning
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4. [50.00%] Winner's Dinners - Speeding above cloud nine on board Concorde
Fear, Penarth Jackie Marinetti of Kensington, is the truth out (Winner's Letters, last week )? Were you having a very late dinner and Michael an early breakfast, or vice versa? Think again, it was new year, you know. Iain Morrison,
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5. [50.00%] Winner's Dinners - His bread's awful but he makes my roll of honour
not to be trusted. Jackie Marinetti, Kensington I share your nostalgia for those chicken birianis somewhere near Magdalene Bridge when we were Cambridge undergraduates. My recollection is it was the Taj Mahal. Some of us were fanatics for
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6. [50.00%] Winner's Dinners - Surrey's a bit of a hop, even for kangaroo this good
The truth is out. Jackie Marinetti, Kensington Readers may have noticed an article in News Review last week regarding the decline of the sparrow. In a Middle Eastern restaurant recently the owner proffered one of the house specialities, a
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7. [50.00%] Winner's Dinners - Bit of a giggle
must surely rise. Jackie Marinetti, London
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