Last week Edward Biddulph published an interesting post on his James Bond Food blog. In it he looks at Bond’s kitchen as constructed for No Time to Die.
While the kitchen barely features in the film at all, you can a much better look at it in a short behind the scenes feature on YouTube (above). And when I say short I mean one minute and 16 seconds.
The feature is titled A Look At Bond’s Custom Jamaican Home and 42 seconds in you get a good look at his kitchen. It includes a number of typical Brit favourites that you might find in the home of an expat, including Marmite and Colman’s mustard – as a British expat I can tell you for sure that those have made their way into my home.
Bond also appears to make his coffee in a moka pot, an Italian design frequently found throughout continental Europe. I’ve owned quite a few over the years.
The article is a great read for anyone interested in Bonds culinary habits. Part 1 is about Bond’s Live and Let Die kitchen so I’ve included links to both below:
- What’s in James Bond’s kitchen (part 2): No Time to Die
- What’s in James Bond’s kitchen (part 1): Live and Let Die
Edward has a new James Bond cookbook published soon. If you join the mailing list below I’ll let you know when it’s available.
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