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Thomasina Miers

The chef, food writer and founder of Wahaca Mexican restaurants talks about what good food means to her, happiness and dealing with fear

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Food has always played a big part in my life. Growing up, we took great pleasure in eating together as a family. We ate cheap ingredients in season; a meal might have been a globe artichoke with a delicious, nutty, burnt butter and fresh bread for dipping. My mother would eke out leftovers and turn them into something different – and that’s the way I learned to cook.

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