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The former Michelin star chef Marco Pierre White has come under fire for suggesting women cannot handle the heat of working in kitchens.
White, 57, suggested women were too emotional and not strong enough to carry heavy pans. The comments have prompted a backlash from industry professionals. Asma Khan, the founder of the London Indian restaurant Darjeeling Express — which is staffed by an all-female kitchen team — said she was disappointed by the comments. The lack of women working in kitchens is an issue that has ly been called into question.
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A former kitchen worker, James Ritchie, from Sunderland, said the comments contradicted his own experiences. Not unlike a certain Marco Pierre White back in his heyday.
White is no stranger to controversy. Marco Pierre White.
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