Alan Coxon has established a reputation as one of the world’s favourite TV chefs and presenters, with exceptional culinary talent and an unparalleled knowledge for the earliest origins of ingredients, he has earned himself the title of 'The Food Archaeologist.'
Alan has a new TV series entitled “From Birmingham to Bombay” a series that looks at the history and origination of 5 of the most popular curries in the UK. He starts out his culinary journey in 5 popular Indian restaurants in the heart of Birmingham before heading to East End Foods to see how thousands of tons of spices are imported and processed for the UK market, before heading off with his packets of spices to 7 regions of India.
Alan has worked in many Michelin starred restaurants across Europe, has launched three unique food products including the globally unique multi award winning Ale-Gar tm (brewed form a 15th century Ale recipe), a Roman and an Ancient Greek Vinegar, made countless TV experiences and has five e-books demonstrating his culinary knowledge. A true food hero!
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