We are pleased to announce that TV chef, Rosemary Shrager will be attending the Sherburn In Elmet Craft and Food Festival. Rosemary will be joining us on Monday 28th August and she will be carrying out three cookery demonstrations in a demo kitchen.
Tickets to see Rosemary are £5.00 per person. Rosemary Shrager will also be judging competitions on the main stage later in the day. There are 100 places available for each demo, so book in advance to avoid disappointment by clicking here.
Rosemary Shrager is a talented, versatile chef and cookery teacher, who loves talking about food as much as she loves cooking.
Rosemary took to the I’m a Celebrity jungle in November 2012 and endeared herself to the nation proving that she can cook just about anything, anywhere! With over a decade in broadcasting and teaching, Rosemary Shrager’s role in ITV1’s Ladette to Lady cemented her position as Britain’s best-loved chef and cookery teacher. Rosemary Shrager’s School for Cooks aired for two seasons on ITV1 and Rosemary remains a very popular TV chef appearing on The Alan Titchmarsh Show as well as This Morning and much more.
Her first cookery book, Rosemary – Castle Cook was described by food writer Michael Raffael as “an object lesson in handling the finest produce.” Her second book, Rosemary Shrager’s School for Cooks was published to accompany her TV series by the same name.
Rosemary Shrager Cookery School was opened in May 2013 and is located in Tunbridge Wells. Every aspect of the school has been personally designed to Rosemary’s exacting specifications, and no expense has been spared to provide students with both up-to-the-minute kitchen technology and luxurious styles.
When Rosemary Shrager is not teaching, she spends her time developing new recipes, working on further television projects and providing her expertise to private clients. Her passions include food in general, imparting her knowledge and skills to others as well as sourcing new food products especially those that are organic.