Chef Angela Hartnett says Britain is not a 'foodie nation'

Britain is still not a “foodie nation”, Michelin-starred chef Angela Hartnett has said.

She told BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs that, while there is talk of the country now having a “food culture, I genuinely don’t think we do”.

Hartnett said: “We’ve lost home economics in a lot of schools. People aren’t taught to shop.”

She added that food culture in Britain “is about money”.

Hartnett, who learnt her skills making bread and pasta

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