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Bill Granger, chef who brought Aussie-style breakfast to world capitals, dies at 54

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Australian chef, Bill Granger, known for bringing Aussie-style food to international cities, has passed away at 54 in a London hospital.

He started his career in Sydney, opened multiple restaurants globally, and was celebrated for his signature dishes.

Granger authored 14 cookbooks, appeared on cookery shows, and was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia. (Trending: Could Taylor Swift Save Biden In 2024?)

His influence on informal dining was widely recognized, and he was remembered as the ‘King of Breakfast.’

Granger’s family wrote, “A dedicated husband and father, Bill died peacefully in hospital with his wife Natalie Elliott and three daughters, Edie, Inès and Bunny, at his bedside in their adopted home of London.”

“He will be remembered as the ‘King of Breakfast,’ for making unpretentious food into something special filled with sunshine and for spurring the growth of Australian informal and communal eating around the world,” continued his family’s statement.

Jamie Oliver, wrote, “What a guy he was, a wonderful human, kind calm soul.”

“I admired everything he represented in food,” added the celebrity chef.

Tributes from celebrities and fellow chefs poured in following his passing.

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