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  • Enda McEvoy

    Enda McEvoy

    At the helm of Galway’s Michelin-starred Loam since 2013, Enda McEvoy was crowned the Best Chef in Ireland last year. He tells Imogen Lepere where else to eat on the Emerald Isle
  • St Bains

    St Bains

    Sat Bains quite literally stands head and shoulders above other chefs. He talks to Mark Sansom about his rise to the top of the industry
  • Peter Gilmore

    Peter Gilmore

    The award-winning executive chef of Quay restaurant in Sydney talks to Francesca Hool about Australia’s creative food scene, its emerging new talent and his passion for growing produce
  • Monica Galetti

    Monica Galetti

    Born in 1975, Monica Galetti, née Fa'afiti, was raised by her aunt with her sister and four brothers in Samoa before moving to Wellington, New Zealand to join her mother in her teens. She moved to the UK in 1997 where she started cooking in London. In 2004 she married David, then head sommelier at Le Gavroche where they worked together. In 2006 they welcomed their daughter Anais, before she started as a judge on MasterChef in 2009.
  • Anne-SophiePic

    Anne-SophiePic

    With restaurants in France and Switzerland, the three-star chef has turned her attention to London, where she’s opened La Dame de Pic. She tells Blossom Green where she found her cooking ethos
  • Michael Caines

    Michael Caines

    A pioneer of the movement that propelled British food from laughing stock to world leader talks to Mark Sansom about how he’s about to shake up the UK hotel scene
  • Gaggan Anand

    Gaggan Anand

    The owner of Bangkok’s Gaggan, twice awarded the best restaurant in Asia, speaks to Francesca Hool about progressive Indian food, where he gets his inspiration and the best way to spend 30p
  • Michael O’Hare

    Michael O’Hare

    The coolest man in cooking has a busy 12 months ahead. He meets Mark Sansom to talk failed careers, callings and keeping ahead of the game
  • Tom Aikens

    Tom Aikens

    The youngest British chef to be awarded two Michelin stars speaks to Imogen Lepere about his love for Chinese offal, the experience that made him become a chef and his ethos for sustainability
  • Mark Hix

    Mark Hix

    With nine restaurants, Mark Hix is one of the UK’s most prolific home-grown chef patrons. He shares his festive food tips and favourite Christmas drinking dens with Imogen Lepere.
  • Philip Howard

    Philip Howard

    After 25 years helming The Square, Philip Howard is ready for a change. He tells Mark Sansom about setting the pace for British fine dining and true cooking enlightenment.
  • Adam Byatt

    Adam Byatt

    The Essex-born chef, who has three London restaurants, tells Imogen Lepere about learning the ropes in the kitchen, the best yakitori in Japan and the fermentation technique tipped to be the next big thing
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