Recipes in two of the world's leading food publications are being reviewed after they were accused of...Having too much fat, salt, and sugar, I suppose?
...stealing dishes from ethnic minorities without crediting them.*blinks*
'Bon Appétit' writer Alison Roman was criticised on social media for making a watered-down Indian or Caribbean curry without crediting it while Christine Hayes, editor-in-chief of 'BBC Good Food' and 'Olive', has revealed that linguistic changes are being made to some of the 13,000 recipes in their archive.What...what sort of 'linguistic changes?
Ms Hayes...revealed that generalising phrases such as 'Asian salad' are in the process of being removed from recipes in 'BBC Good Food' and 'Olive'.What are they going to call it instead? There's no clue in the article, so, Reader, it's up to you! Suggestions in the comments, please...
Ms Hayes told The Times: 'Recognising and apologising for mistakes, seeking to put things right, outlining a clear plan of action and asking for audience input is a step in the right direction.'Let's give her some, see if she really wants it, shall we?