This comment nicely sums up a bit of snobby rubbish from Jay Rayner:
Jay Rayner: "What we are witnessing is...symptomatic of an age-old and deeply chronic divide in this country between those who give a toss about what they eat and those who, frankly, do not"
No, my overprivileged friend, what we are witnessing is the fact that there are many people in the UK whose lives are about little more than survival.
The last thing somebody living on the financial edge needs is a fat, effete, absurdly goateed, man gloating over their decision to eat a Big Mac rather than prepare a delicious mung bean and nettle salad.
It's horribly reminiscent of Brass Eye's distinction between "good" and "bad" AIDS: good obesity, ie Rayner's, comes from organic cream and foie gras; bad obesity comes from KFC and kebabs. The Guardian/Observer should consider a regular Kick the Poor Monthly for their more callous columnists to freely pour bile over the poor.