Born in Northern Ireland, Trish moved to Paris in the early 80s and, after working in Marketing and PR ,in 2000 set up a company selling her favourite product – chocolate. She was quickly approached by French illustrated book publisher Marabout, who loved her imaginative, rule-breaking style.
Trish's English language TV food programmes are Trish's Paris Kitchen, Trish's Med Kitchen and Trish's Country Kitchen. They have been broadcast prime time by RTE and Good Food Channel and around the world on BBC Lifestyle and other English speaking food channels
Being part of such a well recognised family, Anjali has always been determined to make a name for herself in her own right and is a respected chef and has also been shortlisted for a number of awards including Asian Women of Achievement Awards and First Women Awards for her work with Indian food and flavours. Anjali loves all aspects of food and so has also explored her field further by gaining qualifications in Diet & Nutrition and wine.
The co-author of an award-winning cookbook and a member of the Guild of Food Writers, Anjali is also a popular blogger and an ambassador for the British Asian Trust. She continues to go from strength to strength, regularly appearing on television and appears in leading lifestyle and food magazines around the world.
For more information and recipe ideas, log on to www.anjalipathak.com
Many of you would know Rozanne from her foodie slot on the Pat Kenny Show on RTÉ Radio 1 for the last 4 years. Or follow Rozanne's nutrition based food and recipe column in the Health and Living Supplement of The Irish Independent Newspaper. Rozanne teaches a wide variety of cookery classes with a strong emphasis on healthy eating with a few wicked treats thrown in. Trained as a nutritional therapist, Rozanne is able to marry sound nutritional advice with gourmet recipes. Classes run from a luxurious venue in Citywest Business Campus, Dublin 24 and other venues around Ireland.
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