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26 April 2019
We hear about the characteristics and management skills shared by the world’s greatest chefs. Plus: Copenhagen’s blossoming café scene and the only fish restaurant in the UK to have received two Michelin stars.
26 April 2019
Photo: David Loftus
Nathan Outlaw runs the only seafood restaurant in the UK to have won two Michelin stars. In his new book – and in this interview – he explains his recipes, cooking ethos and what food from the UK region of Cornwall is all about.
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We hear from journalist and author Rahim Kanani, who profiled more than 40 of the world’s best chefs for his new book A Wealth of Insight: The World’s Best Chefs on Creativity, Leadership and Perfection. He explains the characteristics that so many of the planet’s greatest cooks share.
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