Have you ever wondered why most airplane food tastes bad? Menu designer Sinead Ferguson explains how taste buds change at altitude and what British Airways does to overcome this problem. Then London writer Amy Laughinghouse shares which of London’s pubs attract the locals.
Also, Peter talks with Corinthia Hotel London artists in residence, Zawe Ashton and David Petch about the hotel’s program that currently is nurturing the young filmmakers. Then Peter dives into Corinthia Hotel London’s cuisine as he and Chef Gary Hollihead talk about their world famous Dover Sole. All this and more Find this and more in this week’s broadcast of Peter Greenberg Worldwide from Corinthia Hotel London.
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Sinead Ferguson, menu designer for British Airways, explains how tastebuds change in the air and how meals are prepared for passengers.
David Whitby, head keeper for Petworth, talks about his duties at the 17th century estate and the new day trips that can be arranged through the Corinthia Hotel London.
Chef Gary Hollihead, executive chef at Corinthia Hotel London, dives into the hotels signature dishes including their world-class Dover sole.
Zawe Ashton and David Petch, the Corinthia Hotel London’s artists in residence, describe their film projects and the mentorship and backstage views they get while staying at the property.
Amy Laughinghouse, freelance travel writer, discusses what brought her to London from the States and which local pubs she introduces her friends to when they visit.
Julia Eccles, the “crafty concierge” for the Corinthia Hotel London, lays out the best places for teen travelers to visit while they are in London.
Peter Knego, cruise ship historian, talks about the new Titanic ship currently being built and why this boat may not come to fruition after all.