Adam Byatt is head chef and owner of 3 AA rosette Trinity Restaurant as well as running Bistro Union, a neighbourhood bistro in Clapham. Adam is a regular on our screens and wrote his first book ‘How To Eat In’ published in 2010.
The Great British Bake-Off final was watched by over 7 million viewers on BBC2. Of the three finalists Brendan is the one that we all fell in love with. His flamboyant and beautiful baking was admired by all and he is currently using his acquired skills and knowledge to teach others.
Caroline MiLi Artiss is one of the first TV chef’s to be discovered on Youtube in the UK. Her passion for food and making cooking easy, enjoyable and accessible has quickly led to Caroline accumulating a large online following.
Daniel Clifford is the well renowned and highly talented chef patron of the excellent two Michelin starred restaurant Midsummer House, Cambridge.
Dean Edwards, now a regular chef on ITV’s ‘Lorraine’, first made his debut on This Morning in September 2009 where he featured in a weekly cookery slot, creating dishes for the ITV audience. Dean’s first cookbook entitled ‘Mincespiration’ is to be published in February 2013.
Coming from three generations of Chinese chefs and having studied at the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu, Jeremy Pang is an undisputed expert in Eastern cuisine.
Jo Pratt is a food stylist, writer, presenter and home economist. As former food writer for ELLE magazine, writing and featuring in her own food pages, Jo is now Food Editor for GLAMOUR magazine.
Jun Tanaka was Executive Chef at Pearl restaurant in London since it opened in June 2004, where he has established an excellent reputation for his modern French cuisine. In June 2011, Jun launched Street Kitchen – a mobile food van serving gourmet street food.
Entrepreneur, Chef, Musician, Philanthropist and Dragon Slayer! The phenomenal rise of Rastafarian musician Levi Roots is one of the most heart-warming business success stories to date. Levi made the big time from producing his Reggae Reggae Sauce, a delightful mix of barbecue and jerk sauce.
Since winning FutureChef 2009 two years ago, aged just 15, Luke Thomas, has gone on to secure opportunities to work with some of the UK’s most outstanding chefs, including Heston Blumenthal, Gary Rhodes, Brian Turner and Simon Radley.
Nathan started his career in 1992 at 14 working with his father, also a chef in Kent. He spent two years at Thanet College in Broadstairs gaining his qualifications as a chef.
Nisha Katona is a British born Indian, working Barrister and a dedicated curry evangelist.
Having spectacularly failed every exam that the Surrey County Council Education Board could throw at him Paul Merrett found himself wondering what life was going to be like on a Guildford building site!
A regular chef on ITV’s Lorraine, Richard Phillips started early in the restaurant business; firstly with a stint at London’s famous Savoy Hotel, before going on to work alongside the likes of the Roux Brothers at Le Gavroche. He owns four restaurants in Kent.
Having published a phenomenal 21 cookery books, Sophie Grison is certainly synonymous with great food and has a natural ability to teach cookery in an informal and friendly way.
Sophie has a real passion for nutrition and healthy eating, she was the private chef for Claudia Schiffer for two years and has cooked for various other A-list clients. These experiences made her the perfect choice of presenter for Channel 4’s popular food series Cook Yourself Thin.
Tom Kerridge is the incredibly popular and loveable chef patron at the extraordinary two Michelin-starred Hand & Flowers pub in Marlow, which he opened with wife Beth in Spring 2005.
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