Food Roots Interviews

I hope you all enjoyed reading my exclusive interview with Romina Chiappa (from The Chiappa Sisters) for World Vegetarian Day as much as I enjoyed putting it together.
Coupling Romina’s comments about her Italian ancestry and bearing in mind my own Eastern European heritage, it got me thinking about other people, their family roots and how they have been influenced by them when either cooking on a daily basis or preparing for feasting occasions such as Christmas and Easter.
So this has led me to launching a feature on my blog called ‘Food Roots’ where I will be inviting culinary personalities to share with me a little insight into their heritage and how it plays a part in their cooking repertoire.
I would love to receive some nominations/suggestions or indeed if you are a culinary personality yourself and wish to be featured, or the PR agency representing culinary clients, please do get in touch via my email: 
Interviews Conducted:
Romina Chiappa - The Chiappa Sisters.  For interview, click here.
Sami Tamimi - Executive Head Chef Ottolenghi Group.  For interview, click here.
Norman Musa - TV Personality Malaysian Food Chef.  For interview, click here.
Selina Periampillai - Proprietor of Taste Mauritius & Food Writer.  For interview, click here.
Ainsley Harriott - Chef & TV/Media Personality.  For interview, click here.
Sumayya Usmani - Author & Celebrity Chef.  For interview, click here.
Omar Allibhoy - Owner of Tapas Revolution.  For interview, click here.
Joudie Kalla - Author & Supperclub Queen of Palestine On A Plate.  For interview, click here.
Zoe Adjonyoh - Author & Proprietor of Zoe's Ghana Kitchen.  For interview, click here.

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