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One of the two Channel 4's 'Great British Bake Off' judges Prue Leith was formerly a judge on the BBC’s Great British Menu and she also heads the School Food Trust, the British government's campaign to replace fatty foods with fresh fruit and vegetables in schools.
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Prue Leith is one of the Country’s foremost authority on all things culinary, and she is also known for her formidable business acumen.
She has in the past been the cookery correspondent for The Daily Mail, Sunday Express, The Guardian, Prue has most recently seen on our television screens as one of the judges on the BBC’s successful series ‘Great British Menu’ followed by ‘Best Of British’ One of her major commitments at the moment is as Chairman of the school Food Trust founded in 2007. The Trust oversees the quality of the food bought, cooked and served in our schools.
A past winner of The Veuve Clicquot Business Woman of the Year. What is probably less well known about her that she is also the published author of three works of fiction which can be added to her impressive list of twelve cookery books.
Most recently, Prue was named as Mary Berry’s replacement judge when Great British Bake Off moved from BBC1 Channel 4's 'Great British Bake Off' where she joined fellow judge Paul Hollywood, and co presenters Sandy Toksvig and Noel Fielding to much fanfayre. The first series on C4 was a massive hit.
Prue is a wonderful speaker who is also an accomplished event host and facilitator.
Sixty is the new Forty
(How to segue smoothly from flat-out business to doing everything you always wanted to)
Not just a pretty plate
The importance of good food for education, health, happiness, the economy, civilisation and pleasure: just about everything really.
Shallow and wide, that's me
Prue has done everything: Michelin star restaurant, chef schools, catering company, best selling cookery books, TV, Board directorships (British Rail, Whitbread, Orient Express and more) chaired organisations as diverse as the Restaurateurs Association of Great Britain, the RSA, an education company turning round failing schools, UK Skills, the School Food Trust. and has founded three successful charities and written 5 novels.
"Well, she ate it!"
Personal revelations about the disasters behind the green baize doors, what goes on in the best kitchens and how to keep your customers believing in your brilliance.