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Food writers appalled by chef Elizabeth Haigh’s alleged plagiarism in her debut cookbook

Makan means “to eat” in Malay, and as the title of a cookbook featuring Southeast Asian cuisine, it’s pretty perfect. So it’s not surprising that London-based chef Elizabeth Haigh – who was born in Singapore and whose mother is Chinese Singaporean – named her first cookbook Makan.
When it arrived in bookstores earlier this year, “Makan was billed as something of a culmination of Haigh’s ascent

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