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Henry Herbert from the Baker Brothers -
When Tom and Henry Herbert aren’t at the frontline of the bakery you may see them on the television or at events performing as their double act The Fabulous Baker Brothers. These brothers have been bringing the ultimate bread and meat combinations to you since 2012, with a series on Channel 4 and More4. When they were growing up Henry decided that Tom had the bread thing covered and that he wouldn’t follow his path but would become a chef. Little did he know that, after a few successful years in London, that the two brothers would end up working next door to each other, Henry as the Butcher and Tom as the Baker.
Paul Jagger, winner of Christmas Great British Bake Off 2017 -
Paul Jagger was a Quarterfinalist on The Great British Bake Off 2015 and won the Christmas Great British Bake Off in 2017. He has earnt himself the nickname as ‘ The Baking Governor’ as he is a serving Prison Governor. Princess Anne has asked Paul to bake her brownies as she visited his place of work. Paul is totally self –taught baker, has years of experience in public speaking, and has a real passion for baking and cake decorating. He believes Real Men Cook, and wants to show that any age can start baking. Paul feels that if you love Baking you should have a go, and with practice it gets better. Baking and bread making has become something he really loves to teach others.
Fiona Sciolti -
With hundreds of demos under her belt, Fiona has a relaxed and informal style, exuding warmth and a passion for delicious food inspired by her Anglo-
Stephanie Moon -
Yorkshire award winning star, Stephanie Moon is a professional Chef Consultant and creator of The Wild Cooks’ Blog. Stephanie is a recognised figure on the Yorkshire food scene and has many accolades to her name including Yorkshire Life magazine ‘Chef of the Year’, Deliciously Yorkshire Champion, and a Bronze medal in the National 2010 British Culinary Federation 'Chef of the Year' Competition. As well as being a regular demonstrator at food shows, Stephanie has made appearances on both radio and television including Channel 5 ‘Street Market Chefs 2010’ and represented the North East on BBC2’s ‘Great British Menu 2011, 2012 and 2013.” Stephanie most recently appeared on BBC 1 ‘Chefs, Put Your Money where your Mouth is’.
Matt Larcombe -
Matt Larcombe has always had a passion for cooking. One of his earliest memories is of being in the kitchen with his mother and making Yorkshire puddings.
He was born in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, where he spent most of his childhood. Later the family moved to Worksop, where Matt had his first introduction to life in a professional kitchen. This is where at the age of sixteen, he started his career as a kitchen porter after doing work experience from school in a local hotel.
Following his growing passion for cooking, he joined the Royal Navy for two years as a training chef. On his return to the UK, Matt then worked in several kitchens from Michelin star restaurants to pubs. In January 2011, he joined the team at The Crown at Bray as Sous Chef. In March 2014 Matt accepted the position as Head Chef and in February of this year took on the role of Head Chef General Manager at The Crown at Bray.