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From Miquita Oliver by way of American Apparel to Oxfordshire cheese, we tumble down a five-course rabbit gap

The Great British Menu (BBC) kicked off its 17th season this month. Not MasterChef: The Professionals, nor own-brand MasterChef, nor The Great British Bake Off, GBM’s USP is asking notable cooks nationwide to prepare dinner a Huge Dinner at Ally Pally. New judges are in cost: chefs Tom Kerridge and Nisha Katona, and comic Ed Gamble (from the Off Menu podcast), while Andi Oliver remains the host on the cross.

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