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You always cook for us whenever you come home, and we read of your successes in the papers. " his father asked a few minutes later as noisette of lamb surrounded by baby carrots was placed in front of him. " Mark laughed and the following day prepared his father's favouriteLancashirehot-pot. "Now that's a real meal," said Arthur after his third helping. "And I'll tell you something for nothing, lad. " A year later Michelin announced the restaurants throughout the world that had been awarded their coveted third star.
Once Gerald's magnificent prize had been safely removed, the box snapped closed like a safeof which Gerald had not been told the combination. Gerald wanted to protest, but remained speechless. King Alfons then removed from another box the Order of the Peacock (Second Class) and placed it over Gerald's shoulders. Gerald, staring at the indifferent coloured glass stones, hesitated for a few moments before stumbling a pace back, bowing, and then returning to his place in the great dining room. He did not hear the waves of applause that accompanied him; his only thought was how he could possibly retrieve his lost chain immediately the speeches were over.
Kings are also human, and when Alfons discovered that Gerald had chosen Multavia for his honeymoon some twenty-five years before it tipped the balance. By the time Alfons IV fell asleep that morning he had decided to accept Haskins & Co (International) plc's tender. And thus Gerald Haskins made his second visit to Multavia, this time accompanied by a site manager, three draughtsmen and eleven engineers. Gerald had a private audience with the King and assured him the job would be completed on time and for the price specified.
A Twist in the Tail by Jeffrey Archer