Why Chefs Make The Best Celebrity Guests

Why Chefs Make The Best Celebrity Guests

By Dana Hughes | Business Contributor on December 27, 2016
Adam Simmonds, a celebrity chef

Food binds us together; sitting down to share a meal with the people we love is something that humans have been doing for thousands of years. It’s one of the reasons that chefs make the best celebrity guests at all sorts of events. They’re interesting to all sorts of people – after all, we all have to eat!

Check out three of our faves available to book via a talent agent:

Gizzi Erskine
Gizzi Erskine

Gizzi is a chef who doesn’t just whip up dishes that are tasty – she’s also brilliant at putting together recipes that are healthy too. Her first cookbook, Cook Yourself Thin was an instant classic, packed with unique and delicious recipes.

She’s also a warm and friendly person who makes a very personable guest. She’s sure to charm any audience – and make them hungry too!

Adam Simmonds

If it’s something a little bit different you’re after, Adam Simmonds first found fame on The Great British Menu – he’s not a cookie-cutter TV chef, but worked in high calibre professional kitchens for many years.

If it’s great anecdotes about life on the line at some of the UK’s top restaurants, Adam is your man – he’s worked at Le Gavroche and for Raymond Blanc.

Rachel Allen in a promo for her series “Rachel Allen Cake Diaries”
Rachel Allen

You don’t get much more warm and engaging than Rachel Allen, one of Ireland’s best loved TV chefs, with her own TV show on the BBC. As a mum, she’s got a simple, practical and tasty approach to writing recipes which has helped her to become a firm favourite in the UK and beyond, with several cookery books under her belt.

Talent agencies

If you’re looking to book a celebrity chef like Adam Simmonds, Rachel Allen or Gizzi Erskine for your next event, get in touch with the talent agency representing them to find out more.


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