British chef Elizabeth Haigh’s cookbook pulled by publisher after Singapore author accuses her of plagiarism

A British publisher has withdrawn a cookbook written by a celebrity chef from circulation amid allegations that it contains material plagiarised by a Singaporean author.Written by former MasterChef UK contestant Elizabeth Haigh, the book Makan: Recipes from the Heart of Singapore was published in May this year to acclaim and buzz.The chef of Singaporean and British heritage wrote that she had wanted to collect, adapt and understand the recipes and techniques used by her Singaporean mother as…


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