By Georgina Cooper LONDON, Feb 25 (Reuters Life!) - Han Ming watched his teacher slice the fatty rind off a boiled ham and shook his head in amazement at the waste in British cooking. The 43-year-old chef is one of the first of some 1,000 Chinese cooks coming to England to learn how to make bubble and squeak, bangers and mash and other English delicacies for athletes and tourists at the Olympics in China this summer. "In China, what you call rubbish we cook into another delicious ...
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