Jürgen’s departure at the semi-final stage of The Great British Bake Off drew unprecedented complaints from viewers. Here’s a chance to see him again
A former restaurateur in Damascus, Imad loves to cook for people. He arrived in London in 2015 as a penniless refugee and cooked at
The early part of Tom’s career was nurtured at The Hardwick, Abergavenny by Stephen Terry. London beckoned, where he rose to Senior Sous-Chef at
They first met when Angela was Neil’s boss at the Connaught, one of Gordon Ramsay’s restaurants. Neil’s career took him to some top places
As one of the UK’s most acclaimed food writers, Bee has considered food from every angle. The Secret of Cooking is, however, her first
With a background in new product development and future food trends, Gurdeep is not one to be bound by convention. In his new cookbook
Some of the Festival’s oldest friends have got together to knock up some party food to celebrate Abergavenny Food Festival’s 25th Birthday. Jane, Cyrus
We’re looking forward to seeing highly-talented young chefs Daniel Casa and Ruby Whalley go head-to-head at this year’s Festival. But, whatever the outcome, they’re
Father and daughter team up to bring you flavours from their Michelin-starred restaurant Home at Penarth. This small, family-run restaurant aims to balance a
Jürgen’s departure at the semi-final stage of the Great British Bake Off drew unprecedented complaints from viewers. Here’s a chance to see him again
For two decades Andrew has worked in some of the country’s finest kitchens including most recently as Head Chef at Gordon Ramsay’s Savoy Grill.
The founder and Head Chef of School of Wok is not just about Chinese food as demonstrated in his recent ITV series Jeremy Pang’s
To celebrate the upcoming reissue of his first book, Cyrus returns to the food he grew up with in the city of his childhood.
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