Cook-and-Lunch session #81 (British)

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Date(s) - 25/10/2017
09:30 - 13:00


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Thanks to the UK’s long history of immigration, the British food scene has never been more interesting.  This fact is aptly summarized by the former Foreign Secretary Robin Cook, when in 2001, he told the House of Commons, “Chicken tikka masala is now Britain’s true national dish.”  Migrants retained their cultures and traditions – their influence on the UK’s food industry is subsequently reflected in the diversity of foods enjoyed by the Brits, from sashimi to tacos and kebab to Korean noodles.

When:  Thursday, October 25th, starting at 9.30am till about 1.00pm thereabouts

Where:  Ginny’s home in Weinheim (address will be provided to those attending)

What:  What do “Courgette Fritters”, “Spicy Roasted Chicken”, and “Lemon Meringue Pie” have in common?  They are good examples of how British society absorbed, adopted and adapted the food cultures of others.  Certainly the right step in bringing separate groups of people together.  After all, food unites us in more ways than one.

There are 8 spots available in this session.


Faeimm Tang

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