Nadiya Hussain, a British Muslim woman, made a name for herself by winning the Great British Bake Off’s sixth series in 2015.
Two years later, Hussain will have her own show. Nadiya’s British Food Adventure will be an eight-part series featured on BBC Two.
“Our country’s regional cuisine is much more than tried and tested traditional dishes — there are quirky and clever food producers out there who are reinventing British food in unique and exciting ways,” Hussain told BBC. Read more (2/23/17 10:52 AM)
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