A few months ago now, Yotam Ottolenghi stepped down as leader of his one-man campaign to promote what he has described as “the most magnificent of vegetables”: the cauliflower. So, here in the UK, as we continue to discuss the results of all that other recent campaigning – associated with Britain’s General Election – it just seemed like the right time to highlight the end of Ottolenghi’s fight for this humble vegetable.
Being a big fan of both cauliflower and Yotam Ottolenghi, I have blogged about this inspired venture previously, but for those of you not familiar with the story it basically boils down to the fact that the man likes cauliflower. And he’s not afraid to admit it. In 2007 he declared that it was “exciting” (which to be fair is not a word that many people would have used to describe this vegetable back then). He has…
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