Mich Turner MBE is London’s leading designer of wedding, birthday and celebration cakes and with a client list including Her Majesty The Queen, Paul McCartney, Madonna, Pierce Brosnan, Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne, Gordon Ramsay and David Beckham, it’s no wonder Mich is often described as the ‘Queen of Couture Cakes’
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2008 was a phenomenal year for Mich who started the year by making and presenting Bruce Forsyth with his 80th Birthday cake for the BBC 1’s 'Happy Birthday Brucie!' celebratory programme, which aired to over 10 million. She went on to challenge the 'Strictly Come Dancing' judges to replicate some of her gorgeous cakes – they failed (!) Before going on to appear on BBC’s 'Ever Wondered', 'This Morning', GMTV, Channel 5’s 'The Ultimate Celebrity Wedding' and BBC 2’s 'Sweet Baby Jame's with James Martin. Mich also tutored Ant and Dec for their 'Saturday Night Takeaway' challenge, she filmed 'Ready Steady Cook' (BBC 2) and has appeared on 'Market Kitchen' (UKTV) several times. She was invited to appear on 'Bake!', Rachel Allen’s show dedicated to the craft, in which she invited Rachel to her exclusive studio. The series attracted the highest ever rankings for UKTV. She also appeared with Michael Caine to judge the final of ITV’s 'Little Chefs' series. 2009 has seen Mich film with Heston Blumenthal for the new series 'Feast' and she has completed filming with Kirstie Allsopp for 'Kirstie’s Homemade Home' (both of which were on Channel 4).
In addition to her television and bespoke work, Mich writes for 'British Baker' magazine and has contributed to 'At Home with Antony Worrall Thompson and James Martin' Magazine. The author of many books, Mich’s first book 'Spectacular Cakes', won the national category of Best Dessert Book in the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards in 2006. She quickly followed this with her second book, 'Fantastic Party Cakes', in 2007, on which she received an accolade from Gordon Ramsay, who describes her as ‘the Bentley of cake makers’. In September of 2006 she was announced as Harpers Bazaar & Chanel Entrepreneur of the Year at a glittering ceremony in central London. Mich can be found at food festivals around the country including the Llangollen Food Festival, where her demonstrations proved to be so popular she decided to launch her own cookery masterclasses at Leith’s cookery school – now held at Langham London, a luxurious 5 star hotel in London’s West End. The success of these classes has been extraordinary, with students coming from all over Europe for one of Mich’s hands-on two hour classes.
Mich Turner MBE founded her Company in 1999 after graduating with an Honours Degree in Food Science and Nutrition and working as a buyer at Harvey Nichols. Together with her team of creative designers and supported by a talented production team the company’s cake designs are regularly featured in the most esteemed publications including 'Vogue', 'Harpers and Queen', 'You and Your Wedding', 'Brides', 'Sunday Times Style', 'Sunday Telegraph', 'You Magazine', 'Style', 'Wedding', 'Wedding Day' and 'Tatler'. She supplies London’s most prestigious hotels including Claridge's, The Lanesborough, The Mandarin Oriental, The Berkeley, The Ritz, The Four Seasons and The Dorchester, as well as providing cakes for Harrods and Harvey Nichols and for the movie 'Nanny McPhee'.