What does James Bond like to spread on his toast in the morning, put onto his eggs and bacon, or splash onto his grilled sole? If you said Little Scarlet strawberry jam, a sprinkling of fines herbes, or a meuniere sauce, you'd be a bit behind the times.
At the end of For Your Eyes Only, we see Mrs Thatcher in her kitchen in the course of preparing a meal. What else do we see in the kitchen, and how representative was it of Margaret Thatcher's actual kitchen?
In Spectre, we are not only treated to look a inside James Bond's home, but we also get a tour of Miss Moneypenny's flat. What's more, we have a peak inside her fridge, or at least the fridge door. So, what can we see?
James Bond may not eat remotely as much in the films as he does in the books, but food nevertheless plays a role in the films, typically as set dressing, and, in the case of The Living Daylights, appears in relative abundance.
Live and Let Die provides a opportunity to look round James Bond's kitchen. What does the kitchen tell us about the spy who lives there?