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Diversity and the Idea of ‘Difference’ – Same or Different??


I was raised in a family that really loves and enjoys a good, tasty meal! I think that my experience of seeing my Mother cook, the ‘natural’ precision with which she added key ingredients to ensure taste, lead to the passion I have today for food and cooking food. I remember in my very early twenties, and whilst abroad on holiday, which was a good number of years ago (!), I was told by friends and acquaintances from other nationalities that the UK compared to other countries had a very bland and basic palate, and was only known for cooking Fish and Chips, and even that, my acquaintances suggested, we cooked badly! Not something I was happy to hear, though at the time, I must admit, there was some truth in it…

Well, I challenge those friends and acquaintances now to re-examine their thinking: In London alone, there now exists over 70 different cuisines, all serving great food as part of the British identity. In fact, a leading analyst has declared that London in particular has been undergoing a “golden age” with more restaurants launched than ever before in its history. Continue reading

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