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Christopher Bavin is an award winning television presenter and fresh produce importer, known for co-presenting Eat Well for Less?, Britain's Best Home Cook, Britain in Bloom, Food: Truth or Scare, and is one of the presenters on Tomorrow's Food.
The doyenne of family cookery, specialising in Aga cookery, cakes and desserts. Judge on The Great British Bake Off, she has written over 50 best selling cookery books, including the Classic Aga Cookbook and Mary Berry's Complete Cookbook. Was awarded a Damehood in 2020.
Born in Besancon, France in 1949, Raymond Blanc is acknowledged as one of the finest chefs in the world. His exquisite cooking has received tributes from every national and international guide to culinary excellence.
Legendary chef, self-taught, world famous for his experimental dishes. Opened the Fat Duck restaurant in Bray where the menu includes unique dishes such as snail porridge. His style blends French bourgeouis with high tech.
Frank Bordoni is a British celebrity chef and member of the Guild of Food Writers. He has been members of the Craft Guild of Chefs, Vice President of World Masterchefs and an International Judge for numerous culinary competitions, awards and events.
Mixology Brothers can turn your next event into a bespoke drinks experience. They provide delicious tutorials to any type of engagement, whether it be a team building event, virtual party or even a festival!
The up and coming face of wine and columnist for Fabulous Magazine, Balance Life, the News of the World and Eat Me. He has appeared on ITV Daytime and BBC's Something for the Weekend and has written for Good Food's Market Kitchen.
Liverpool-born chef who was the youngest chef to win a Michelin star. Formerly head chef at The Dorchester, he now owns The Church Green in Lymm, Cheshire. Has appeared on Master Chef and Great British Menu.
A new concept in evening entertainment. The partnership of stand-up comedian Jarred Christmas and vintner Giles Smith Walker find the funny in wine.
Cabernet of Comedy
New Zealand born stand up comic and host. Also part of the Cabernet of Comedy which he presents with vintner Giles Walker Smith.
Oz Clarke publishes his eponymous wine guide each year and is a regular contributor to Saturday Kitchen and ITV's Cooks Live. He has been seen teaching James May the finer points of wine making in France and the US, and travelled the country with James in a caravan.
Popular Italian chef on numerous channels with his own food and crockery ranges.
Josceline Dimbleby has been one of Britain's most popular food writers for nearly thirty years. Her inventive cookery books have sold well over 2 million copies in the UK alone, and been translated into many languages. She also an advisor to healthy fast food chain Leon.
Anarchist Cook and a performer like no other. A unique stand up comedian who often cooks using hotel-room equipment (iron, kettle, trouser-press etc.)
Actress and broadcaster who has starred in Dangerfield, Spooks and Holby City and who won Celebrity MasterChef in 2010. Currently presenting John And Lisa's Weekend Kitchen alongside chef husband, John Torode.