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Sophie Dahl’s Eton Whores And 9/11 Cricket

by | 1st, April 2010

SOPHIE Dahl hs written Miss Dahl’s Voluptuous Delights. It’s a cook book to go with her cooking show. The Telegraph digests and features Dahl in conversation:

She wasn’t inhibited by having a celebrated literary grandfather, Roald Dahl, from writing her own books…

She’s made of solid stuff. But not of her food is:

Too much rosewater in the rhubarb Eton mess, she warns, produces an effect “like walking into a bordello”.

And then she is in New York. It is 9/11:

“I was anxious and frightened but there was not a great deal I could do except make another cup of tea and scrabble through old evening bags for a cigarette. Friends came over and we sat in silence and shock, watching the news. In the silence afterwards, you heard crickets. You heard birds. I remember thinking: we may never in our lifetime hear silence in New York again.”

So. Not all bad, then. Al Qaeda did it for Gaia…

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Sophie Dahl, 19, modelling revealing knitwear by Irish designer Lainey Keogh, on the second day of London Fashion Week today (Monday). Six foot tall Dahl, who says she tends not to weigh herself, was spotted by a stylist when she was crying in the street after an argument with her mother. See PA Story FASHION Week. Photo by Neil Munns.



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