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Who is Great British Menu 2021 judge Rachel Khoo?

Rachel Khoo is a brand new face to BBC Two’s Great British Menu, joining co-stars Oliver Peyton and Matthew Fort to judge an array of dishes.

In her illustrious career as a chef, Khoo spends her time cooking up delicious feasts, from roast dinners to French pastries.

Rachel Khoo is a brand new face to BBC Two's Great British Menu

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Rachel Khoo is a brand new face to BBC Two’s Great British MenuCredit: PA

Who is Great British Menu 2021 judge Rachel Khoo?

Rachel Khoo is a TV producer, presenter and writer, famed for her fusion cookery.

Her classical French cooking displays influences of her Malay-Chinese-Austrian heritage.

The talented pastry chef

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Judge orders jail to provide accused Capitol rioter ‘QAnon Shaman’ organic food | Law and order

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Judge grants ‘QAnon Shaman’ rioter’s request for organic food in jail



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A judge has granted the so-called ‘QAnon Shaman’ MAGA rioter’s request to receive organic food in jail after his lawyer said he hadn’t eaten in nine days and had lost nine pounds. 

DC federal Judge Royce Lamberth ruled on Jacob Anthony Chansley’s request on Wednesday, calling it ‘a choice between starvation, death, and consuming something contrary to his long-held faith’.

It came after Chansley’s lawyer, Albert Watkins, filed a motion asking for his client to be released on bond due to the fact that he hadn’t eaten in over a week because

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‘QAnon Shaman’ rioter should be given organic food while in jail after going on hunger strike, federal judge says

US Capitol rioter and so-called “QAnon Shaman” Jacob Chansley should be given organic food while in a Washington, DC, jail, a federal judge said Wednesday, after Chansley went on an apparent hunger strike last week claiming non-organic food was against his religion and sickened him.

DC District Court Judge Royce Lamberth decided the accommodations could be made for Chansley because he had been fed organic food in detention in Arizona, and arguments about his adherence to Shamanism were enough to also convince the judge.

Chansley hasn’t eaten since last Monday, his attorney said.

“My client made it clear that while

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