Having touched on the subject of what the cast and crew ate while making the James Bond films with a post on the food served up during the filming of the car chase sequence in Thunderball, I thought I'd try to find out more about the catering for the other films.
I was a guest contributor to David Lowbridge-Ellis's excellent website, Licence to Queer, which provides queer readings of the James Bond books and films.
As you may know (and even have heard), the other week I appeared on The Food Programme on BBC Radio 4. I had a great time recording the programme and talking about the food of James Bond, and I even cooked two recipes - oyster stew (as mentioned in '007 in New York') and Bond's … Continue reading James Bond food on air
For a James Bond film, food plays an unusually prominent role in the climax of the film of Diamonds Are Forever.
In November, I was invited to talk about my James Bond cookbook, Licence to Cook, on 'The Intrepid 007 Podcast'
I was privilaged to be invited to talk about James Bond's food recently on a special 'mission debrief' edition of the legendary James Bond & Friends podcast, hosted by the good folk at MI6-hq.com.