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If you’re ‘Google-eyed’ the search for Matthew Michaelis is over

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If you’ve Googled our new food writer Matthew Michaelis’s name, the headline that will top the search will be ‘My Kitchen Rules star Matt Michaelis has criminal record’.

Fortunately though, the closest thing to a criminal record The Echo’s Matthew Michaelis has would be his dubious collection of 70s vinyl. So, don’t call the authorities!

As you can see from the attached mug-shots, these two foodies are certainly not the same people and there’s nothing naughty about loving the good life, or in this case, The Good Life.

 


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  1. Being the Matt Michaelis pictured on the left, I am happy to say that I can applaud the use of humour in this instance. Bravo guys I hope that your passion for food and love of 70’s vinyl stays strong. to quote ‘Lock Stock and two smoking barrels” beware when someone offers you – its a deal it’s a steal it’s the sale of the fucking century!

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