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Gordon Ramsey might not have read the script when he dubbed Omar Allibhoy ‘the Antonio Banderas of cooking’. But Hollywood looks can’t hurt and, as Emma Cory finds out, the reference takes little away from the chef on a genuine revolutionary mission to bring Spanish food to the British masses.
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London's most celebrated Latin American chef and owner of one of London's finest Latin American restaurants describes his passion for the cuisine of his homeland, Colombia. Can we sense a touch of nostalgia, Esnayder?
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"Pae-lah and chor-itzo for me, matey!" Yes strange sounding impressions of Iberian cooking seem still to pervade the British psyche. Many people will have heard of tapas (difficult to go wring with that pronunciation), the ubiquitously familiar way of presenting Spanish food to the public...
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There is nothing quite like the taste of an Argentine 'parrilla', whether its the waft of prime beef grilling from a Buenos Aires building site or its idyllic mingling with Eucalyptus whislt lying in the Pampa sun. Nobody raises, cuts and grills cow quite like the Argentines. So here...
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