“…I see food like art, people eat with their eyes first. It starts with the visual invitation, the temptations begin with what you can see and if it looks good, you hope it should also taste good… “

Jack from the TASTING BRITAIN speaks with Anthony Cumberbatch, who was at one point officially voted the ‘Best Caribbean Chef in the UK’ – and is a man pioneering his own genre of French Caribbean fusion food. He’s a pretty cool guy and has good ideas about what he’d feed Darth Vader, given a Death Star catering contract…

Having made dinner for the likes of George Cloony and Mick Jagger, Anthony has also cooked with Levi Roots on a BBC documentary, did the catering for soul singer Beverley Knight‘s wedding, and has enjoyed a career that’s taken him all the way from the Savoy to where he works today as a freelance chef.

Anthony’s cooking style is based quite strongly around creating a visually seductive eating experience, and if he wasn’t so busy cutting sweet potatoes he’d probably be cutting hair instead…

For the full interview please click on the link

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