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Tom Aikens

He opened Tom Aikens restaurant in 2003, which has since won a Michelin star. His second, more informal restaurant, Tom's Kitchen, was launched in October 2006, along with his first cookbook

Rachel Allen

Rachel has had three BBC TV series, Rachel�s Favourite Food, Rachel�s Favourite Food for Friends and Rachel�s Favourite Food at Home, all accompanied by books. She also appears regularly on Saturday Kitchen

Ed Baines

In 1996 he opened Randall & Aubin as chef-patron with his friend James Poulton, following this with the Ifield in Chelsea. He also opened another restaurant bearing the Randall & Aubin name in Fulham Road. In November 2002 Ed and James opened the fourth in the chain, The Belsize, a pub/dining room on the site of the old Belsize Tavern.

Sat Bains

Sat won the Roux Scholarship in 1999, which gave him the chance to work at the three Michelin-starred Restaurant Le Jardin des Sens in the south of France. On his return he secured the position of head chef at the Hotel des Clos in Nottingham, which was relaunched and renamed Restaurant Sat Bains at Hotel des Clos in November 2002.
Sat is appearing in the new series of Great British Menu in spring 2007.

Mary Berry
She has written more than 40 cookery books, including The Aga Book, which is given away with every new Aga sold. The Mail On Sunday's You magazine said: "Mary Berry is to Aga what Pavarotti is to opera."


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Galton Blackiston
It was while working at Miller Howe that he met his future wife, Tracy. Tracy and Galton were married in 1987 and in 1991 they restored an 18th century, brick-and-flint manor house on the edge of the Morston Marshes in Norfolk.
Morston Hall is now a Michelin-starred hotel and restaurant and one of Britain�s leading country hotels. Galton has also gone on to become 2001 UK Craft Guild of Chefs Chef of the Year and was East Anglian Chef of the Year 2002 and 2003
Raymond Blanc
At the age of 28, his dream was realised with the opening of Les Quat' Saisons in Oxford.
The restaurant was soon granted Michelin stars and a host of other distinctions. Now called Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons, and relocated to a sumptuous small country house in Great Milton, the restaurant is thriving and has a cookery school alongside it.
Heston Blumenthal
Heston Blumenthal is chef-patron of The Fat Duck in Bray, which has been awarded three Michelin stars. He also owns the Hinds Head Hotel, a village public house, also in Bray.
Heston's TV series, In Search of Perfection, in which he applies his trademark scientific, investigative approach to classic dishes, aired in autumn 2006
Mark Broadbent
His big break came when, at the age of 17, he got a commis chef job in Knightsbridge at the Rembrandt hotel. He then worked at the five-star Britannia Intercontinental, spending three years working under David Nichols. Before taking his current job, Mark was executive chef at Oliver Peyton�s Isola.
Mark is appearing in the new series of Great British Menu in spring 2007
Ross Burden
Since first coming to prominence when he won Master Chef, Ross has been a regular on Ready Steady Cook for the past eight years, filmed a healthy-eating video with Joan Collins, and has made five series for Taste. He has published two cookery books
John Burton Race
In 1986, John opened a restaurant of his own - L'Ortolan, in Berkshire, gaining and maintaining two Michelin stars from 1986 until 2000. From 2000 until 2003 he ran The Landmark restaurant, in London's Landmark Hotel, and reclaimed not one, but two Michelin stars within the first year of trading


Michael Caines
In 2003, Michael went into partnership with hotelier, Andrew Brownsword, and purchased the Royal Clarence Hotel in Exeter, which was to become there first ABode hotel: Abode Exeter. There are further ABode hotels in Manchester, Canterbury and Glasgow. Michael also ran the Michael Caines Restaurant in the Bristol Marriott Royal hotel for three years, stepping down in July 2006 to concentrate on his other hotel restaurants

Richard Corrigan
In 2004 Richard and Searcy�s Ltd opened an exclusive restaurant and bar at the top of St Mary�s Axe, the striking Norman Foster-designed building known affectionately as The Gherkin. In 2006, Richard took over the reins at the well-established London fish restaurant, Bentley's
Gino D'Acampo
His knowledge of olive oil led to a first TV appearance and soon after he appeared on UKTV Food's Good Food Live (now Great Food Live) and guest slots on BBC Two's Saturday Kitchen
Anton Edelmann
In 2003, he left the Savoy to become principal chef at the Directors' Table, the fine dining division of catering company Sodexho. He has written several books, including Taking Tea at the Savoy and Perfect Pastries. He has also won the Chef of the Year award from Caterer and Hotelkeeper magazine and made numerous appearances on TV
Mark Hix
Mark has written a number of books on British food, as well as a regular column in the Independent on Saturday magazine. His latest book, British Regional Cooking, reflects his interest in sourcing local food and traditional recipes. He won the Glenfiddich Newspaper Cookery Writer of the Year award in 2003 and was voted Best Cookery Writer by the Guild of Food Writers in 2005

Angela Hartnett
In 2003 she won the Square Meal Guides' BMW Best New Restaurant award and in 2004 she won her first Michelin star
Nick Nairn
In 1990, he became the youngest chef to win a Michelin star in Scotland. His unflagging energy and distinctive style of cooking have ensured the popularity of his TV and radio appearances. He has presented three BBC cookery series, all with accompanying books, and he also writes a column for the Scottish Sunday Mail



Jamie Oliver
Jamie's apprenticeship to restaurant cooking came under some of the best chefs in London. To begin with, there was Antonio Carluccio at the Neal Street Restaurant, and then he moved on to the River Caf� under Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers. The Italian
Influence on his cooking is strong, with its use of herbs and simple, full-flavoured recipes. It was while he was working at the River Caf� that he was spotted by a TV producer and his life changed
Gordon Ramsay
Within three years he had been awarded two Michelin stars. It wasn't to last. After a bust-up with the restaurant's backers, Gordon left and took all his staff with him to his new venture in Chelsea, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay. It became a huge critical success, earning three Michelin stars.
He now has restaurants in the Connaught, Claridge's, at the Berkeley hotel in London's Knightsbridge (Boxwood Caf�), in New York (Gordon Ramsay at The London) and in Dubai (Verre), among others. In the Michelin Guide to Great Britain & Ireland 2007, Gordon was awarded a second Michelin star for his restaurant P�trus and a star for La Noisette, both in London. Restaurant Gordon Ramsay retains its three stars. In 2007 Ramsay opened his first pub, The Narrow, in east London.

Gary Rhodes
Gary received his first Michelin star at the Castle Hotel in Somerset, and another at The Greenhouse in Mayfair. He owns Rhodes 24 in London's tallest building, the Rhodes Restaurant at Calabash, Grenada, Arcadian Rhodes, located on the P&O super liner and two restaurants within the Cumberland hotel in London's West End.

Rick Stein
Rick has run the Seafood Restaurant for more than 25 years, seeing it grow from a seaside bistro to an award-winning restaurant with an international reputation. Since those early days, the Steins have added guest bedrooms, a Seafood Delicatessen, a gift shop and two smaller restaurants - St Petroc's Bistro and Rick Stein's Caf�. The most recent addition is the Padstow Seafood School overlooking the Camel estuary and a fish and chips takeaway
Brian Turner
Brian launched The Greenhouse restaurant in Mayfair (where both Gary Rhodes and Paul Merrett were chefs) and the Metro Wine Bar in Basil Street. More recently, Brian has opened his own restaurant, the Brian Turner Restaurant, at The Crown Plaza Hotel in Birmingham's NEC.
In April 2003 Brian launched another restaurant, called Brian Turner Mayfair, in London's Millenium Hotel. He has also opened two Turner's Grills, in Slough and Birmingham
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