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Major organisations join forces with the Food Allergy Training Consultancy

Major organisations are actively joining forces with the Food Allergy Training Consultancy to help educate food businesses and venues on massive changes to food allergen labelling legislation.  These organisations currently include; The Food Standards Agency, The Anaphylaxis Campaign, Sodexo, 3663, Ask Italian Trading Standards, Reading Scientific Services, Foods Matter & FreeFrom Food Awards, Tourism South East, Warburtons, Young’s Seafood, Udi’s Gluten Free (Boulder Brands) and Red House Foods.

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Sep,

13

Rub away Type 2

I love to hear stories of how people turned bad news into good news.  It’s all about how one man rubbed away the prospect of a life of diabetes…

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21

Sep,

13

The complete Indian Regional Cookbook

There is no news that there is a new book out, especially not a new cookbook.  But this is very different.  This book is written by a lady who has seen it, done it, cooked it and travelled the world winning awards for her work with Indian food.  I’ve written about Mridula Baljaker before, and I was over the moon to receive her 27th book.  A huge achievement by any stretch.  It’s called The Complete Indian Regional Cookbook.

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Barbados

19

Sep,

13

Barbados food on the AGA – Mark Quinton

When I think of Barbados I think of glossy brochures of romantic holidays, grilled fish, but ironically not Deptford in London.  Street food is really taking the global cookbook and food world by storm, looking at London, and it’s huge rise in street food like Brixton Market and that of the South Bank the flavours and love of this inexpensive food have more to offer than any Michelin fine dining meal I have ever had, it’s the food of the people, cooked by people in front of you sharing culture and life in a market stand.  That’s where Mark comes in, a man in a pickkle.

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nigeria

19

Sep,

13

Nigerian food on the AGA – Nina Gaskell

In today’s society social media is the new advertising.  About a year ago a lady called Nina started to follow me and became very Twitter friendly with her likes, re-tweets and favoring my posts.  As I started to research Nina I realized she was on a mission to revolutionize African food in the UK with fusions of Europe.  I was intrigued, and I wanted to find out more.  Different and clever speak volumes to me.

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achen

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Sep,

13

James in Germany – Aachen

Also known as Bad Achen is a spa town in Germany with a large cathedral famous for its sulphur springs and is the most Western city in Germany.  The smell of the springs can be smelt across the city center.

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heidelberg

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Sep,

13

James in Germany – Heidelberg

Heidelberg is a beautiful city in South-West Germany in the state of Baden-Wurttemberg, built on the banks of the River Neckar.  a picturesque city globally famous with tourist as its in the old baroque style.  Oh and it’s University is as famous as Oxford and Cambridge.

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