[www.kaieteurnewsonline.com] – As part of the coverage of the Guyana leg of the Queen’s Baton Relay ahead of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow this summer, the BBC World News has selected German’s Restaurant for a video feature.
According to the Georgetown Chamber of Industry and Commerce, on Tuesday a camera crew and interviewer from the world-renowned media outlet recorded footage of the restaurant and conducted interviews with employees, customers and management of the restaurant.
Owner of German’s, Clinton Urling recounted the 54-year history of the restaurant and also did an on camera demonstration of how the famous cow heel soup is prepared from scratch.
According to the BBC, in every country visited for the Queen’s Baton Relay, a video feature is produced featuring reporter Mark Beaumont’s experiences with local foods and delicacies he encounters on his travels with the relay team.
“German’s Restaurant was the only food outlet selected for the Guyana leg based on its long and storied history and world famous soups,” GCCI said yesterday.
The feature is expected to air in the last week of March 2014 on BBC World News or online at http://www.bbc.com/news/world-24733934.