The reappraisal of British food
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3 February 2017
Photo: Hong Kong Tourism Commission
US food writer Colman Andrews on why the world should be more appreciative of British food, Hong Kong’s brand new food-truck pilot project and the week’s top headlines from Tokyo.
3 February 2017
Winner of the James Beard Journalism Award and US author Colman Andrews believes that British food deserves more attention around the world and has written a book on the traditional cooking in England, Scotland and Wales.
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