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An Interview With Chef Tom Sellers

An Interview With Chef Tom Sellers

  by Charlotte Jones

Tom Sellers may be aged just 25 but in his decade-long career, he's worked with the likes of, Tom Aikens, Thomas Keller and Rene Redzepi. This year, Sellers will open his own restaurant, Story, on the site of what was once a Bermondsey [...]

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An Interview With Chef Paul Welburn

An Interview With Chef Paul Welburn

  by Charlotte Jones

Last year Gary Rhodes ended his contract with The Cumberland hotel's W1 restaurant, and in November (2012), it was relaunched under chef, Paul Welburn. Welburn studied at the same catering college that launched the careers of James Martin [...]

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An Interview With Chef Hrishikesh Desai

An Interview With Chef Hrishikesh Desai

  by Charlotte Jones

Chef Hrishikesh (Kesh) Desai is head chef at Lucknam Park luxury hotel and spa in Bath. In 2009 he won the prestigious Roux Scholarship, with the award for National Chef of the Year following in 2010. The talented chef has been working at [...]

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An Interview With Paul Ainsworth

An Interview With Paul Ainsworth

  by Charlotte Jones

Paul Ainsworth worked for Gary Rhodes, Gordon Ramsay and Marcus Wareing, before escaping London and opening his own restaurant, No 6, in Padstow, Cornwall in 2006. In May 2010, he and his business partner, Derek Mapp, teamed up again to [...]

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