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Who is your favourite TV chef, and what do you like about them?

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Ugh, I hate them all!! Usually, even if I like a chef (cos of their restaurant) once they go on TV, they just annoy me. If I had to pick one, I'd go Heston, only for the weird factor...
And of course, Jamie Oliver - for the quick vegetarian and non-vegetarian recipes that he shares and the precision tips he gives which I'm able to implement only because of the clear descriptions he provides!!
I find it very hard to choose between Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood. I love them both. I think I like Mary best in terms of personality, and giving helpful tips, but Paul bakes bread, and that is my favourite thing to make, so it slightly more relevant.
It doesn't get any better!
I have a soft spot for Jamie Oliver. I think he is genuine and really down to earth. But, and I'm somewhat ashamed to admit this, I like watching Gordon Ramsey for the drama.
by Vee
Jamie Oliver is the one I can relate to the most, being a parent and wanting to eat healthy and sustainable food. I do like watching Ramsy though, when the kids are in bed and can't hear the swearing!
Jamie Oliver, because I love the way he loves to cook and how he is so passionate about spreading the word about healthy cooking

My all-time favorite chef is my Mom-in-law :)

In case of celebrity/TV chefs..
Heston Blumenthal
Gennaro Contaldo and Antonio Carluccio
Luke Nguyen
Peter Kuruvita

in the same order!!

Jamie Oliver for his relaxed style and great simple, healthy ideas and tips. I also like the way he encourages everyone to cook.
I love Hugh Fearney-Whittingstall and his River cottage series.
Luke Nguyen is my favourite TV chef.
It's a toss-up between Jamie Oliver (pictured) and Nigella Lawson.

Oliver, because he does away with all the pomp and circumstance that is usually associated with cooking shows and just makes the food a rough, rustic fashion, with some fun commentary. Lawson, because... well, just look at her.


Jamie Oliver of course
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