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Roger Collis is best known for his column, The Frequent Traveler, published every Friday for 23 years (1985-2008), in the International Herald Tribune; and as a contributing travel columnist for the New York Times.
The second edition of Rogers bestselling book, The Survivors Guide to Business Travel was described by the London Times as the best source of independent travel advice on the market. He is also the author of If My Boss Calls, Make Sure you Get His Name, a collection of columns satirizing the corporate life. Roger won a special award in the Carlson Wagonlit 2004 press awards for the Business Travel industry.
A life spent as a road warrior has given Roger a wealth of culinary experience, good and bad. In this engaging book, part memoir and part cookery book, he gives readers the benefit of his years of experimenting in the kitchen.
He says I work with intuition and what I have to hand, which will vary; and I have learned to trust the taste buds in my head. So trust me; you will want to make your own adjustments as you go along; but all these survival recipes do work more or less.
Roger is a versatile voice artist and narrator. There seems to be no truth in the rumor that he plans a late late late career change to go into public relations as a full-time celebrity cook.
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