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William Leigh
From learning the art of bee-keeping on a London roof as a child to slurping noodles on a stool in Bangkok, William has always had a distinct interest in food, its impact on culture and its origins. Coupled with a love for discovering the undiscovered, he can often be found wandering around foreign countries staring blankly at a map on journeys punctuated by where to stop for the next meal. A one-time Masterchef (semi) finalist, William has since moved on to become food correspondent for, alongside other major outlets such as Men’s Health, Source and LivingTV as well as a professional chef.

Features by William Leigh

Tracing the origins of paella in Valencia

Spain has a reputation for the most avant-garde cuisine in Europe. But William Leigh is drawn by the most traditional dish of all.

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