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Contributors - Dartmouth Food Festival - 2017


Allan Jenkins Allan was previously editor of the Observer Magazine, food and drink editor on the Independent newspaper and once lived in an experimental eco-community on Anglesey, growing organic food on the edge of the Irish sea. He is now editor of Observer Food Monthly.


Holly Jones Award winning chef and co-owner of Manna from Devon Cookery School with husband, David, trained at Leith’s School of Food & Wine. She is immensely knowledgeable and passionate about local food and enjoys nothing more than sharing that passion with other people.


Will Lyons For more than a decade Will Lyons has written a weekly wine column, first for The Wall Street Journal now for The Sunday Times. His humorous, informed, down-to-earth writing has been recognized in both the Glenfiddich and Roederer wine writing Awards. He also works as a fine wine advisor for Berry Bros. & Rudd.


Tim McLaughlin-Green Tim’s story begins in 1987 when Anton Mosimann asked him to be his wine waiter at Mosimann’s. Since then Tim has worked at Bibendum, Monte’s with Alain Ducasse and then in 1999 he set up Sommelier’s Choice - a bespoke wine merchant.


Mindful Chef Giles Humphries and Myles Hopper are co-founders of Mindful Chef, the healthy recipe box scheme and authors of Eat Well Live Better. Having met while at school together in Exeter, they have taken inspiration from the South West and source many of their ingredients from farmers and fishermen across the region.


Cailin Morrison Cailin gave up a career in international trade law to pursue her passion for French patisserie. She trained as a Patissier in Paris and in Montreal and now runs her own dessert catering company The Pastry Counter: A Devon Patissier in the Dartmouth area.


Kit Noble Kit, a talented chef and hotelier runs Nonsuch House in Kingswear, a luxury B&B, with his wife Penny. Kit loves the local sustainable food found in this area of Devon and produces meals sourced almost wholly with food found within 10 miles of Kingswear.


Catherine Phipps Catherine Phipps writes for the Guardian’s Word of Mouth and is a contributor to BBC Radio 4’s The Food Programme. Catherine is the author of Citrus (2017), The Pressure Cooker Cookbook (2012) and Chicken (2015).


David Jones David is the bread guru behind the wood-fired oven at Manna From Devon Cookery School. As a passionate baker and co-owner of the acclaimed cookery school he teaches a variety of bread courses that can turn the most yeast-averse bakers into regular experts!


Nolly Kawamura Nolly has loved to cook from as early as she can remember. She has written columns and articles for Japanese magazines and publications. The inspiration for her project, The Miso Tree, came from a trip to the South Hams, where she encountered the fabulous local produce.


Paula McIntyre Paula McIntyre is one of Northern Ireland’s leading chefs. Hosting the cooking slot on Radio Ulster’s Saturday Magazine programme since 2004, she writes a weekly recipes column for Sunday Life newspaper, a weekly column in Farming Life and has recently been appointed Director Northern Ireland to the Slow Food UK board.


Enrico Messora Enrico and his business partner Ewa sell traditional Italian cheeses in Borough Market, London. After years of working with organic food in Italy Enrico decided to move to the UK to bring true Italian cuisine to the British people.


Rebecca Mitchell Is a Wine Consultant and Wine Educator who teaches WSET wine courses to amateurs and professionals. She is wine tutor at Ashburton Cookery School, writes for Devon Life Magazine and judges for various wine competitions. She has recently been appointed as Head Sommelier at Gidleigh Park, a prestigious Relais & Chateaux 5* Hotel.


Orlando Murrin Orlando – a finalist in the BBC Masterchef programme - has been Editor of Woman and Home and BBC Good Food magazines, contributed recipes to Living magazine and contributed a daily recipe to the Daily Express. He now writes a monthly recipe column for BBC Good Food.


Stuart Pate Stuart loves the creativity of being a pastry chef, previously working all over the world and receiving numerous awards including 2005 CGOC Pastry Chef of the Year. He was instrumental in opening Stein’s Patisserie after moving to Padstow in 2003, currently he over-sees the pastry team at The Seafood Restaurant.


Julien Picamil Julien served an apprenticeship with a bakery in the South of France and went on to work in bakeries and restaurants across Europe before settling in Dartmouth where he worked with John Burton Race. He and his wife, Guylaine, now own Saveurs boulangerie and patisserie in Dartmouth and have just opened a 2nd branch in Totnes.


Charlotte Pike Charlotte Pike, an award winning cookery book author, baker, food writer and blogger set up her blog ‘Charlotte’s Kitchen Diary’ in 2010. She has published 4 cookery books (number 5 on the way), and writes regularly for a number of publications on food.


Dan Saladino Dan’s most powerful memories from childhood involve food, due in part to watching his Sicilian father work in restaurants. Dan is series producer, reporter and presenter of BBC Radio 4’s The Food Programme and is a passionate supporter of the BBC Food and Farming awards on which he has worked as Senior Producer for 9 years.


Oliver Rowe Oliver is a chef and author, passionate about local sourcing and whose work focuses on seasonal food. Oliver is best known for having run Konstam and Konstam at the Prince Albert, the former his legendary café in London’s King’s Cross, the latter his ultra-local restaurant that featured on BBC2’s The Urban Chef.


Liam Steevenson MW Wine has been part of Liam’s vocabulary for as long as he can remember. Owner and director of Steevenson Wines and Far-Flung Wines Liam has also been a buyer for Waitrose and became the youngest Master of Wine over a decade ago.


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