The novel of Dr No shows that James Bond can rough it when he needs to. Quarrel forages through the detritus of an abandoned hut and finds tins of Heinz pork and beans, which make for a welcome evening meal.
Deciding on dinner following his marathon drive through France and into Switzerland in pursuit of Goldfinger, James Bond opts for choucroute at the Bavaria brasserie.
Roast suckling pig is mentioned twice in the James Bond novels. This recipe is inspired by an original Jamaican recipe dating to 1965, the year that The Man with the Golden Gun was published.