Having travelled extensively as a child and been
encouraged by his parents to try new things, chef Michael Wignall has never lost his taste for the
unexpected, as evidenced by the glittering trail of
Michelin stars he has won throughout his career.
Known for their good-humoured blend of cookery and travelogue, television presenters
Dave Myers and Simon ‘Si’ King talk about their own top culinary pit stops
To say Tom Sellers is driven is an understatement. Talented, passionate and fresh of thought, the chef discusses proving himself and critiquing the critics with Mark Sansom
The globetrotting chef learnt his trade in South East Asia and has found home in Devon, by way
France and the Middle East.
The Food and Travel Chef of the Year 2017 is the posterboy for fine fish. His seafood mastery is recognised the world over and his reputation is only growing
The Icelandic chef, head of the Michelin-starred modern European restaurant Texture in Mayfair,
talks to Imogen Lepere about his inspiration, culinary hangouts and his grandmother’s cooking
He survived three years under Marco Pierre White, became the UK’s best chef and learnt that risks are essential. Gordon Ramsay is the gutsiest chef of the last 20 years
Currently at the helm of bijoux, ne-dining restaurant Marianne in Notting Hill, the MasterChef:
The Professionals nalist talks about her culinary idols and favourite hangouts
Nigel Haworth was born in Accrington, Lanacashire in 1958. He trained at Rossendale Catering College before working at the Royal Berkshire Hotel, the Ritz, the Grosvenor and Gleneagles.
The head chef of GBR at Dukes Hotel tells Lizzie Frainier about how he developed his love of
traditional food, where he eats in the capital and how his signature dish has evolved as he has
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