The London Borough of Lambeth has been described as many things in its time, but rarely as ‘too hot to handle’. This was the judgement handed down by the Westminster Council food inspector when he visited ‘international food artist’ Alicia Rios’ Eat London project in Trafalgar Square. The over-officious bureaucrat said the rice that made up the south London borough’s buildings was of too high a temperature to be served to the public. Fortunately, other goodies such ...
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