Chetna Makan discusses her street food adventure through India
Eastern Eye Staff
By Reena Kumar AS SOON as I ask Chetna Makan how her life has changed since she reached the semi-final of The Great British Bake Off, a stranger approaches her and stops to say hello. This has become a regular occurrence for the mother of two, whose friendly demeanour on the hit BBC series in 2014 endeared her to the hearts of the nation. “When The Great British Bake Off first came out, people knew where they had seen me,” Makan explains during our meeting in a bar in London’s King’s Cross. “Now they just say they know me, so…
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