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‘I still ring Claridge’s when I’m struggling with cooking!’

“My love for food started when I was very, very young because my mother was always growing her own fruit and vegetables. We would eat gorgeous fresh raspberries and loganberries, and carts full of manure would be dumped in the middle

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