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Craig Butcher
Growing up in Hong Kong, to New Zealand parents, and being schooled in England, Craig has developed an insatiable appetite for the two greatest things in life -- travel and food. Constantly seeking to combine the two, recent trips have taken him to Vietnam, Colombia and Italy though he is frequently returned to Marylebone, London to "work" in between these holidays.

Craig has dabbled in sports writing for The Wisden Cricketer, fed his appetite for travel at The Sunday Times Travel Magazine, and ensured future interview awkwardness for evermore after a stint contributing to Nuts magazine. This awkwardness is partly offset by a previous life editing and commissioning serious law books for Thomson-Reuters which arguably offered less in the way of titillation.
With a 'will try anything' approach to both food and travel, Craig's key interests are in coffee, tea and anything else that offers a jaw-dropping array of variety. He understandably has an unhealthy fascination for dim sum, street food and tall buildings. Craig has contributed to a number of publications on the subject of food and travel including Sainsbury's Magazine, delicious., Decanter, Waitrose Illustrated, the Evening Standard and Channel 4 online."

Features by Craig Butcher

Iceland gets the all clear: Dairy Farming on Lake Myvatn
Before the volcano spewed ash into international air space Craig Butcher journeyed to Iceland to meet 7th generation dairy farmers. We venture back to find crystal clear lakes and skies.
Lovely Bubbly - Epernay and Reims
The Champagne region is deliciously awash with fizz and a few foods to match, as Craig Butcher discovers.
Food hotel: Kinloch Lodge, Isle of Skye
Craig Butcher takes the high road to culinary heaven.
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