How to feed a Tour de France cyclist?
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27 July 2018
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We’re at the Tour de France where chefs are trying to ensure cyclists get the 10,000 calories they need every day to compete. Plus: South Tyrolean top chef Norbert Niederkofler’s ‘Cook the Mountain’ philosophy and how to turn an area mostly known for its tourists into a blossoming food destination that locals also love.
27 July 2018
Having been associated with tourists and average food offerings, London’s Covent Garden is transforming itself into a food destination loved by both visitors and locals alike. Michelle McGrath, director of Capco Covent Garden, explains how she has gone on to change the neighbourhood right in the heart of the UK capital.
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