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Glyn Hughes from Winster in the Derbyshire Peak District is an engineer by trade who has been collecting England's food history for more than twenty years. Using the British Library's astonishing Newspaper collection, from cookbooks going back to the 1300s and from snippets and notes from correspondents all over the world, the Foods of England Project now brings together the original receipts (yes 'receipt', 'recipe' is French) for over three thousand dishes from the forgotten English pasta dishes of the fourteenth century to classics of today like Marmite and Sticky Toffee Pudding. He occasionally turns up on things like the BBC 'Food Programme', but is more often found behind the scenes advising the likes of Jamie Oliver, food producers and assorted celebrity Master-Cooks (no, not 'chefs', you know why).



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