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Introducing Chef Aaron Lobo

We posed these five questions to Chef Aaron Lobo:

When did you know you wanted to be a chef?

I can't recall the exact moment. I fell into cooking by accident and never felt out of place.
I look back and see that cooking has always been a large force driving me throughout my life, ever since I was 6 years old and I baked my first Betty Crocker cake; it was vanilla with a pistachio pudding filling.

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Introducing Chef Hagit Ammer

Chef Hagit Ammer is one of our newest additions to the Lonsdale cooking classes. She is known for creating dishes with a focus on international flavours and wholesome, nutritious ingredients. Her philosophy is that good food should not only taste good but should also be good for you. 

We posed these five questions to Chef Hagit Ammer:

When did you know you wanted to be a chef?
When I made my first pasta at age 5 and used spices that were ‘unconventional’.  I was mixing any spice in my cupboard that I could get my hands on, and when it was finished, I felt the freedom that cooking could bring.  Without any mistakes I could create such a wondrous taste.

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Introducing Chef Miriam Borys Busby

We posed these five questions to Chef Miriam Borys Busby:

When did you know you wanted to be a chef?

From the time I was a little girl, I was the one hanging around the kitchen getting under my Mom’s feet…but later on I started my own business ‘Miriam’s Ice Cream and Scones’ and the combination of teaching cooking and baking became a passion. Getting my ‘Red Seal’ was a life long goal for sure but being able to teach my passion is the best of all.

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Introducing Chef Murr

We posed these 5 questions to Chef Murr:

When did you know you wanted to be a chef?
I knew I wanted to become a chef when I was 18 years old.

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Q&A with Bowyer & Toulson

"Our boards will last a lifetime. We think its important to provide our customers with the trees provenance."

Tell us about how BOWYER & TOULSON came to be?

I have always had a fascination for trees and woodland areas. As a kid growing up in London, UK I spent most of the time with my friends exploring urban woodland areas and, of course, every street in London has an abundance of trees. I also love design and working with wood. It is such a versatile and beautiful product to work with...

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