Gulf Oysters On London Food Critic Jay Rayner’s Last Meal
by Ed Lallo, Gulf Seafood News
Posted: 2018-02-27 15:31:12 EST

No, London food critic Jay Rayner is not sitting on death row struggling to down a final supper under the watchful eye of gun toting guards. No, Jay Rayner is not sitting upright in a small hospice surrounded by family fluffing pillows and cutting food into smaller and smaller portions. No Jay Rayner is not dying, but yes he is eating his final meal, one chapter at a time, and Louisiana’s Grand Island Gulf oysters are on the menu.

London food critic and author Jay Rayner is eating his final meal, one chapter at a time, and Louisiana’s Grand Island Gulf oysters are on the menu. 

Restaurant critic for the world’s oldest Sunday Newspaper, The Observer, Rayner is currently researching his new book, My Last Supper – One Meal A Lifetime in the Making.

“We are honored to be part of this internationally renown food critics new book,” said Jim Gossen, Chairman of the Gulf Seafood Foundation and host for Rayner’s oyster feast. “Grand Isle has a long history of providing some of the finest oysters grown anywhere in the world. I am amazed at the growing international interest in our oysters.”

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